March 25, 2017
Viagra and alcohol 7-Eleven has a real problem on its hands: Apple fans will forever equate the number with the launch date of the iPhone 3G, viagra and alcohol not the convenience store chain. Viagra and alcohol So much for branding!
Viagra and alcohol Not that we care, viagra and alcohol mind you; we’ll take the phone over a Big Bite Hot Dog any day of the year.
Viagra and alcohol Unlike the first iPhone, viagra and alcohol the 3G version has everything you could possibly want in a phone. Viagra and alcohol That means it has 3G high-speed connectivity (vastly faster than the EDGE connection of the original iPhone) and GPS, viagra and alcohol the two most glaring omissions of iPhone 1.0.
Viagra and alcohol It can also run what will soon be thousands of applications (see our iTunes 7.7 post) and is available in almost every country that capitalism thinks matters (i.e. Viagra and alcohol those with people who can actually afford an iPhone).
Viagra and alcohol Our only problem? As original iPhone owners, viagra and alcohol we’re not sure the $199 (8GB) or $299 (16GB) is really worth the cost of upgrading. Viagra and alcohol Those handset prices are reasonable, viagra and alcohol but the iPhone 3G has different service plans. Viagra and alcohol You’ll pay $10 more 3G data ($30 vs. Viagra and alcohol $20 for EDGE) and no text messages are included (it’s $5 for the 200 messages the original iPhone included free, viagra and alcohol or $20 for unlimited). Viagra and alcohol Add up those two extra costs, viagra and alcohol plus tax, viagra and alcohol and you come out to about $20 a month extra… or $480 over the two-year contract.
Viagra and alcohol Of course, viagra and alcohol if you didn’t jump on the iPhone bandwagon in the last year, viagra and alcohol the decision is simple, viagra and alcohol even if finding one is less so: they’re only available in retail stores at launch, viagra and alcohol but will soon be sold through the Apple Store online, viagra and alcohol no doubt.
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