Free i phone fuck
We are talking hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars.
So take a break from at&t, Sprint, Verizon or whatever carrier you have and sign up for two free apps, Viber for Long Distance calls and Whatsapp for overseas texting.
I knew I had hit the mother lode on cool because when I installed the apps (I laughingly say that, they install themselves), I could find on the contact list for both Viber and Whatsapp, all my techie-advanced friends who had already signed up.
Interestingly enough, most of these techies who are dialing long distance for free, do a lot of traveling, have dual citizenship, speak multi-languages, and are pretty up on traveling light and free.
How can we really expect the public to spend £10 on an album by a newcomer?
”The giveaway download reduced music to “plain spam” and had generated just 6,700 sales from U2’s back catalogue, he added.
U2-haters went to town, with some tweets mocking the band’s philanthropic reputation: “Makembe is 12. Critics also asked whether this was the same U2 whose long-term manager Paul Mc Guinness opined five years ago: “We are living in an era when ‘free’ is decimating the music industry and is starting to do the same to film, TV and books. ”As the backlash gathered force, Apple and U2’s tax affairs came under scrutiny.The band has reconnected with an audience that might balk at paying £9.99 for a new album ahead of its tour.Disgruntled retailers will get a new version of the album with extra tracks; a further album is planned for sale in 2015. He told Time: “We want to get these songs to as many people as we can.“We would love a whole album of that.”But the backlash prompted by Apple’s decision to install a new U2 album, Songs of Innocence, directly into the library of 500 million i Tunes subscribers, suggests that lasting damage may be inflicted upon the two allied “superbrands”. Steve Jobs incorporated Apple in 1976, the same year that U2 formed at Mount Temple Comprehensive School in Dublin.Both thrived on constant reinvention, retaining a loyal audience by delivering pioneering leisure products – the i Phone, and U2’s ever more spectacular live shows.
Marco Arment, a former executive at Tumblr and a technology developer, said: “The damage here isn’t that a bunch of people need to figure out how to delete an album that they got for free and are now whining about. For a company that makes products that are supposedly about personal creativity, they seem to focus on elite creativity a bit too much.”But was the stunt a success despite the carping?