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Sunday, June 20, 2010

Father's Day Special

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Charter. All opinions are 100% mine.

Today is Father's Day and I bet, you just spent a wonderful time with your dad. Did you give him a present? Here is another ideal gift that would surely amazed your father. Give him a gift of digital access and the chance to own an iPod Touch. Enter now to win an iPod Touch, a Charter's way to honor all the fathers on this very special day. When you get a subscription on the best bundle, you will get a gift card worth $300 from Home Depot or from other retailers. Did you know that Charter always give back something big to their clients? For this season, Charter is giving away an 8GB iPod Touch to 100 winners. No purchase is necessary therefore, everybody can join this contest. Charter has a new mobile app which is accessible through iPod, iPhone and Blackberry. Wherever you are, you can get updates, fun extras, and facebook only deals on Charter’s Facebook page. Charter apps will let you access Charter services such as TV and on demand listings and trailers, sports news, weather report and many more. You should get a subscription now.
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