1. Sell It. While it may break your heart to part with a free gift, depending on how old the model is you can probably get near to retail value for an iPod still in its original packaging. If it was a gift from a relative, maybe they even included the receipt, and you can return it for store credit or cash. If you have a younger sibling, you can try re-gifting it for Christmas and they’ll probably be super excited.
2. Get High Speed Internet. Think it’s impossible where you live because terrestrial broadband providers just aren’t available in rural and remote areas of the country? Think again. Now, with the availability IDM Latest Version of satellite internet, it’s fully possible to get fast downloads no matter where you are located. In fact, satellite broadband service has download speeds up to 75 times faster than dial-up. Now that’s fast. Imagine downloading songs for you new iPod in minutes, instead of hours, and you might change your mind about keeping it.
3. Hold Onto It. While it may just sit around collecting dust on the shelf, someday, that iPod may be a collector’s item in its original packaging. Just like the old school action figures from Star Wars and Comic Strips, someday at auction your new iPod will be a classic item worth thousands of dollars. And hey, just think, by then maybe you will have caved in and gone with satellite internet broadband, and will even be able to sell it over your home computer!