So, I know it’s common for members of the press to receive complimentary products, for review purposes, but I never really thought it would happen to me.
This afternoon I received an email, supposedly from Sprint…
The Sprint Ambassador Team recently visited Onedigitallife.com and wants to invite you to participate in our Ambassador Program.
The Sprint Ambassador Program is all about exploring our latest products and services and allows you to give direct feedback to Sprint. We recently launched the Sprint Power Vision (SM) Network and want to provide you with the full experience, at no charge. Sprint Power Vision Network enables customers to download data at faster speeds and experience new data products.
As a qualified participant, we will send you one Sprint Power Vision phone and provide you with six months of all-access service (at no charge). You’ll have access to the Sprint Music Store(SM) live TV broadcasts, gaming and more. Yes, you will also have unlimited free calling and data service. It s a pretty good deal and all we ask for in return is your candid feedback (you decide how much and how often).”
I immediately though… SCAM! But, after some poking around online, it looked like the program was legit. Sprint appears to be targeting bloggers who have a technical slant. So, I signed up and in 2-4 weeks I should be receiving a free Samsung A-920, with six months of unlimited service. WOW! That’s so cool!
By the way… if anyone else out there has a product they would like reviewed on one digital life, feel free to contact me. I’ll be glad to take your free stuff. But beware, if you send me a sucky product, I’ll tell the world… you make a sucky product.