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Dads and Grads Tech Gifts with Brett Larson

It’s that time of year again! We show dad how much we appreciate him for Father’s Day and celebrate our graduates for their success in the classroom.

To help you think outside the gift box, here are a couple great tech gift ideas for the dad and grad in your life!

Dad will love entertaining outdoors this summer with this cool outdoor television!

SB-4670HD

SB-4670HD

The SunBriteTV 46” Signature Series outdoor LED HDTV is slim, light and bright. Designed for permanent outdoor installation, the SB-4670HD sports a bright full-HD 1080p LED screen for outdoor viewing, along with a powder-coated aluminum exterior and weatherproofing features.

It’s sturdy and outdoor-safe, yet looks like a trendy, thin indoor LED TV. The SB-4670HD can handle temps from -24 to 122 degrees F. Our specially-designed weather-tight exterior keeps internal components safe from rain, dust, humidity, salt-air, heat, snow and insects.

Priced at $2,895.

Available for purchase at www.SunBriteTV.com and consumer stores like Best Buy and P.C. Richards.

For more information, visit www.SunBriteTV.com.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/SunBriteTV
Twitter: #sunbritetv, #outdoorliving, #outdoortv
Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/sunbritetv/
Instagram: www.instagram.com/sunbritetv/

This Father’s Day, why not get dad something that’s just like him? – smart, savvy and dependable.

Net10 Wireless logo

Net10 Wireless

Net10 Wireless is now offering new customers who bring their own phone (BYOP) five gigabytes of data at 4G LTE speed, and unlimited talk and text, for only $50 a month. More phones work with Net10 than anyone else, and it’s easy to get started. Just log on to www.net10BYOP.com to check phone compatibility, then purchase a Net10 BYOP activation kit to use with your phone and follow a few simple instructions. Dad will get to keep his own phone, network and number and, Net10 offers high speed data on the nation’s best networks. With no contracts or credit checks, there are no surprises. Now that’s a gift your dad can really appreciate.

Pricing includes 5GB of data at 4G LTE speed and unlimited talk and text to new customers who bring their own phone (BYOP) for only $50/month.

Available for purchase at 100,000 retail locations across the country including Best Buy, K-Mart, Target, Family Dollar, Dollar General, Walmart and more.

For more information, visit www.net10wireless.com or www.net10BYOP.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/NET10Wireless

* Content Provided and Sponsored by SunBriteTV and Net10 Wireless

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