Last Updated: Oct 15,2010
Then why was it all over Hawaii 5-O last night night.
Seriously Hero's EVERYWHERE.....
because the EVO is to big for that little asian hottie chick.
WOW - I hadn't thought about that.....But you are right!
i watched it last night...
i saw 2 heros
and 2 iphone4
rich family had the iphone4.. the heros had the HERO.
Sprint gave them to the producers because they have so many extra that they are never going to do anything with.
picture of hottie ?
Definitely hot but why do I feel like I'm going to jail if I think about her in the wrong way?
UR safe....she's legal....in ALL 50 States - Not just Alabama
It's cool, I have no need to go to Alabama for anything. LOL
Lets not bring BAMA into this. It'll get ugly!
Well, I take that back. Me and the family do go to Orange Beach/Gulf Shores once a year. I have no reason to go to Tuscaloosa, unless South Carolina is in town.
go gamecocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :d:d:d:d:d:d
Before the EVO came out, Sprint had the Hero priced down to $79.99. When the EVO quickly sold out, the Hero went back up to $149.99 because they knew some people wouldn't want to wait for the Evo and take the Hero by default.
Once the Evo came back in stock, the Hero not only went back down to $79.99, they were offering refurbished models for that price with a zero contract extension and no discounts applied. This meant that if you get the phone, you can easily turn around and pick another with $150 discount that renews your contract.
Anyway, I thought that was it... the sign of a sunset product. But you know what? The refurbed models sold out rather quickly. And now there's apparently more new inventory available. The Hero is back up to $149.99!
So at first I thought the nail was in the coffin... but now it seems that's not true. Yes, Sprint won't go the extra mile to put the Hero on 2.2, but there are still frequent updates being made to 2.1. That's a good thing for us Hero owners.
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