Samsung Eternity for Dad
For many of us, our dads are the pillar of strengths in our lives, standing up for the family when the chips are down, making sure everyone is well provided for and basically being there for us whenever we stumble and fall down. While you might have laughed at him recently for not knowing what an iPhone is or wondering why are people lining up outside the Sprint store to get the Palm Pre, why not help him stay slightly up to date by getting him a new handset this Father’s Day instead of using his monochrome display cellphone from Ericsson before they entered into a joint venture with Sony? If you’re thinking along that lines, AT&T has just the package for you with the Samsung Eternity this Father’s Day, boasting a special price of just $79.99 – it definitely won’t be able to get any better than this.
The Samsung Eternity isn’t exactly the newest handset around, but at least it will be able to handle just about anything the average phone user would do with one. For instance, you get a 3.2″ touchscreen display that is all the rage these days, complete with a full QWERTY keypad that makes instant messaging and emailing a snap. The inclusion of AT&T Mobile Music alongside Napster Mobile offers dad the chance to sit back and relax with his favorite tunes wherever he is, while the 3.0 megapixel camera allows him to capture the more tender moments during family gatherings. In addition, the Eternity’s browser offers the ability to navigate pages with the touch of a finger, where he’ll think its the next best thing since sliced bread (that’s because he hasn’t tried out the iPhone’s Safari browser…)
In addition to all the above, you can further personalize your gift for dad thanks to support from several of AT&T’s most popular services, including AT&T Mobile TV for the TV fan that offers full-length, broadcast-quality live and time-shifted television programming from 12 leading news and entertainment brands including CBS Mobile, CNBC, Comedy Central, ESPN Mobile TV, FOX Mobile, FOX News, MSNBC, MTV, NBC2Go and Nickelodeon, as well as programming exclusive to AT&T customers from CNN Mobile and the movie channel Sony Crackle (formerly Sony PIX). Unlimited access for this service starts from $15 monthly – small price to pay considering the hundreds he spent on you each month at college. Needless to say, this $79.99 offer will be tied down to a 2-year contract, where by that time, dad ought to move on to the iPhone 3G by then.