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Ask anyone what they need more of and the answer will most likely be ‘time.’ It’s our most valuable commodity and why so many consumers are turning to Smartphones and PDAs to help manage it. Wireless customers who apply business principles to manage their personal lives can save time, be more productive and, ultimately, carry a lighter load at work and at home.
Now, for the first time, consumers who don’t have access to an IT department or a help desk, can turn to Verizon Wireless for help in learning how to maximize all the capabilities new wireless devices have to offer. The company is offering a free PDA and Smartphone workshop at the Verizon Wireless Communications Store at 2141 86th Street, between Bay Parkway and 21st Avenue, July 29 from 2-5 p.m. to help customers learn how to make these devices work for them.
The class, aptly named “20 Things Your PDA Can Do For You,” will focus on a particular product and service so customers can get in-depth information, quickly.
Ideal for everyone from the small business owner to the soccer mom, customers will receive free hands-on tutorials from local Verizon Wireless data experts. All that’s required is advance registration.
“The traditional business tool has become a life management tool,” said Pat Devlin, president of the company’s New York/New Jersey Metro Region. “These wireless devices are packed with rich, multimedia capabilities and services, allowing customers to stay connected to work, family and friends while on-the-go. Participants will receive uninterrupted hands-on instruction that will enable them to maximize our wireless products and services to meet their everyday communications needs.”
The class is expected to fill up quickly and seating is limited. Topics covered will include text messaging, music synchronization, email management and Internet browsing. The workshop will focus on Motorola products such as the MOTO Q and Q9c.
To register, call the store at 718-266-9672 or visit www.nympdaworkshops.wds.vzw.com.
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