“Hey, who loves ya, baby?”
Is there ANYONE alive who still gets that joke? I’m not sure I get it. It’s from Kojak, right? I’m pretty sure it’s from Kojak, although I have only a vague notion of who Kojak is. Bald guy, detective… that’s all I got.
The point is not that my knowledge of 70s television detectives is garnered exclusively from old Mad magazines that I bought as a kid and didn’t really understand because I didn’t pay any attention to the pop culture they were lampooning. The point is that I love you, my readers, and for that reason – my love of you, and Kojak references, I’m gonna let you in on a deal:
For the next four days (that’s counting today), you can get a Nexus S™ 4G for FREE
The Nexus S
is the new 4G phone that’s coming from Galaxy and will be available on Sprint. It’s got front/rear cameras, an Android platform, panoramic 1080p photos, and it can handle Google Wallet – so you can make your phone be your credit/debit card and lose the wallet.
That’s at least a little more timely, right? Okay, so you get this free phone that does everything except sort your socks and there’s probably an app for that just by opening a new line of service at Sprint or adding a line, and with that, you’re in business for the fastest phone service around, even faster than those guys who sit around on commercials saying “That was so 12 seconds ago.” Don’t you hate those guys? Me, too.
You could, if you were so inclined, skip the Nexus S, but why would you do that? Maybe because if you didn’t get the Nexus S, you could get the the HTC EVO™ 3D for only $49.99 when you open a new line of service or add to your account at Sprint. The EVO has a perfect-for-web-browsing display, call capability around the world, and also has the 4% speeds with a 1.2GHz processor which, I’m not going to lie, that’s faster than my work computer, which’ll be nice for using the 250,000+ apps you can get at Android Market.
These are online deals only, with waived activation fees and free shipping at sprint.com, and they’re only good until February 8, so get going on getting a new phone. Honestly, I can’t even believe you’re still using that hunk of metal you lug around.