Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Blackberry Bold Launch Party!

Thursday, November 6th 2008 Car-Tel Communications’ Center City location will be hosting a launch party for the brand new Blackberry Bold 9000. Whether you are an experienced Blackberry user or have never touched one in your life, this event is a great way to learn why so many people depend on these devices. Limited handsets will be available for purchase until the end of the party. There will be complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres available, and also a limited number of FREE complimentary Blackberry Gift Bags at the door. The party will take place from 6:30pm-8:30pm on 17th street between JFK Boulevard and Market Street at Car-Tel Communications. Come out and learn about Blackberry, the new Bold, and anything else about AT&T Wireless from our professional representatives.

Until then, HAPPY TEXTING!

Friday, October 24, 2008

Quicksilver Laptop Connect Card

As Laptop Connect cards go, you should know AT&T is cream of the crop. AT&T rightfully boasts the fastest Laptop Connect service of the 3G Network. So how do we top that? We give you amazing accessories too! The AT&T USBConnect Quicksilver is the first USB mobile broadband device worldwide to use the Icera Livanto(R) chipset, providing the latest features in one of the world's smallest HSPA USB devices that weighs just 1.2 ounces. This card can be used in 150 total countries around the world, and 60 of them have the 3G network.

The heart of the AT&T Quicksilver is its intelligent design. The smart design provides a protective cap for the USB connector, and with its unique textures and rounded edges, the AT&T Quicksilver is a reliable mobile broadband device that projects a confident and refined image. The AT&T Quicksilver is Mac and Windows compatible.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Too Bad this clock doesn't turn back for Fall.

People today don’t really spend any time worrying about the national debt, mainly because you never see it unless you live in New York City. The National Debt Clock in Time Square was installed in 1989 by Seymour Durst to keep a running tab on how much debt our government had accrued over the years. At that point in time, the figure sat at roughly 2.7 trillion dollars. Yesterday, October 9th 2008, the operator of the clock was forced to drop the dollar sign from the figure which has exceeded 10 trillion dollars, because the clock has run out of space!

The Durst foundation plans on replacing the clock with a 15 digit updated version next year, but dropping the dollar sign will work until then. 10 trillion dollars is such a large number to imagine though, so allow me to put things in perspective. A 10.25 trillion dollar debt in our country, with roughly 305 million citizens, equates to about $34,000 per person. Good thing you have a personal sales representative at Car-Tel to analyze your wireless bill and save you cold hard cash. Happy Texting!