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Nokia 770!

Unfortunately I couldn't find Nokia 770 tablet in Jordan yet but since we have PayPal accounts now I only have to save some money and purchase it from Nokia.com or some other online stores

To be honest, I don't want to pull money out of my wallet to buy it nor I want to use my credit card, So How I'm going to get money so I can buy it ?

I have PayPerPost where I can pick the appropriate opportunity and blog about it and YES THEY PAY FOR THAT!

so far I have $40 in my PayPerPost bucket and it's growing in one or two months I guess they will be around $400 so I can buy Nokia 770

First time I found about PPP was through techcrunch and I wasn't that happy to read about their project but after Peter's comment which made many things clear to me and it made it curious to try PPP out and it was cool! yes it's cool you got to try it guys

[tags] payperpost, money, nokia 770, tablet [/tags]

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