Monday, July 13, 2009

New Contest from Charter Cable

1 Charter cable, the leading entertainment technology corporation in the country is totally adored by its customers and envied by competition. Charter cable constantly rolls our new and innovative competitions for the benefit of its customers. Each contest has several fantastic prizes so that participants are truly benefited. Last year Charter gave away laptop computers, Xbox 360 game consoles and a 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid. This year the prizes are equally attractive, read on...

The latest contest launched by Charter relates to how we use technology in our lives. It is a fact that technology tools, especially in the entertainment, television and internet media are changing at a rapid rate and many people find it difficult to keep in touch. Now all you need to do to win a cool 15” laptop or a 52” HDTV is to tell your story of how you cope up with the technology changes. Thousands are expected to participate in this contest, and one lucky customer who submits their story will win the prize.

The stories can be around everyday life things such as whether you follow Charter on Facebook and use the same tool to keep in touch with friends. Whether you rent movies from Blockbuster or order movies online, if you play video games with friends and how do you enjoy life with an extended family spread out across the country. Has Charter Communications' services helped you in these endeavors? How have these amazing tools on telephone, internet or cable helped you keep in touch with family and friends?

All you have to do is to write a story and you will be entered into the drawings to win the prize package of one 52” HFTV, one 15” Laptop, and a free year of the Charter Bundle which includes Digital Cable with HD and a DVR, Charter High-Speed Internet and Charter Telephone.

Now that is what I call a real prize and boy I am sure there are several of you out there who would love to get their hands on these prizes. Don't delay log on today and submit your story.


Rural America same as Rural India

Being from India and having heard only good... no.. great things about the US and its wonderful infrastructure, I can't help but compare and contrast what I see here with what is there back home. I drove through many of the rural roads of Collin County last weekend and I was surprised with what I saw. Narrow, single lane, pot-holed, trash-ridden roads, ramshackle homes, horses, donkeys, cattle and poultry in the fields among others. The only difference between Indian rural areas and US rural areas is the lack of people. It is almost impossible to see people in this country. Occasional cars are all we saw while we drove. Check out the pictures of the great American roads and decide for yourself.