iPhone : Affordable Mobile Phone Solutions

By: John Reed

It has been said that "where there is a will, there is a way." That sentiment is well served by being applied to the purchasing of today's cell phones and other electronic gadgets. The term techo-geek, short for Technology Geek, no longer applies to just the pocket protector using, braces wearing, non athletic, characters pictured in the TV shows and Movies. Now, this once derogatory term can be applied to the masses at large with no negative connotation whatsoever.

We all love our cell phones and PDAs and that love is only getting stronger as or lives demand our input in events at various locations simultaneously. As new technology provides more and more "stay in touch capacity." We quickly fill that capacity with a new task that we add to our list. Technology is only feeding the internal human desire to do as much as possible, as fast as possible, while on the move.

This insatiable desire however, does run into a small snag. Living on the cutting edge of technology requires one to occupy a relatively expensive piece of technology real estate. In layman's terms, it costs a lot of money to have the best technology solutions at your finger tips.

Some would disagree and would point out that the price for hot electronics items drop over time. However, that statement nullifies itself. In the time that one waits for the price to drop other technologies are emerging, and once the price drops it is either inferior technology, technology that has been matched by its competitors or it soon will be inferior technology.

"I think $600 is too high for a phone" says Inez Washington " I was just going to let the price drop then get it, but if I can pay for half of the cost with this toolbar, I will get it sooner."

For those that clamor to have the cutting edge product, it is actually an expensive and futile attempt to capture what can never be caught. Technology is fast moving and it costs money to keep pace with it. The latest phone on the market is the iPhone $600.00 + tax, + monthly service fees worth of sweet enough to eat technology. Just the term iPhone conjures up the picture of walking down the street, listening to music, posting pictures on the internet while making a call to you stock broker concerning the company that you just heard about via an email.

I know many of you missed the most important part of that conjuring example "six hundred dollars?.....+ tax, + monthly service charges. This is the part that is standing in the way of many would-be iPhone owners. The Cell Phone Money Toolbar really helps with this problem.

Many parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts know that this latest launch will have a major impact on the Christmas list and Christmas budget. With the older loved ones asking for a iPhone at $600 and the younger loved one's expecting such gifts as the Playstation 3 at $600. Budgets can quickly get out of hand. Ladies and gents, this is just the beginning and this pricing structure could soon become the norm. How does one purchase an iPhone for one child and ignore the fact that the other child wants a Playstation 3? That problem only stays at $1200 if there are only 2 children to consider in this round of purchasing.

Some people have actually begun working extra hours and cutting back on other things, so that they can afford one of these sweet devices. Some don't have the option of working additional hours so they are scrambling to find a way to purchase one without totally throwing their finances in disarray.

Ten random individuals were asked about the iPhone and some interesting information about peoples mentality toward the gadget was discovered. 10 out of 10 wanted one, 7 out of 10 intended to get one, 5 out of 10 knew where the money would come from to get one, and only 2 out of 10 didn't feel like the $600.00 would be that much of a stretch. When asked why they wanted an iPhone, the most common answer was "because I can do more with it."
No specifics, no breaking that statement down, just the marketing, programmed answer of "I can do more with it." That's good enough for me I guess.
The iPhone is cool and puts all of your current desires at your figure tips. If we could get it to clean the house or mow the lawn, I get the feeling there would be a lot of relationships that break up right about now.

There are online ways to afford these types of products with out breaking the bank. The Cell Phone Money Toolbar provides users the opportunity to earn the extra money they need for that elusive iPhone. This tool puts the iPhone in the reach of millions of people free of charge. Shy of getting a second job, this is the best way to afford the currently unaffordable iPhone.
The Cell Phone Money Toolbar interfaces with TypoBounty dot com. TypoBounty is where companies will pay you to help them find errors on their web properties.
The money gained can be used to purchase the iPhone or anything else one desires.

If your goal is to get an iPhone while they are hot it is imperative to offset the cost. If your off spring want to have the power and cool factor of the iphone at their disposal, you can tell them that they can pay for it themselves and not mean it in a bad way.
Remember, it is often best to wait for prices to drop, but if your situation does not conveniently allow for that, at least try to shop smarter and supplement your budget to offset the cost of the phone and services.

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