Developed iPhone / itouch Wallpaper site - 3G iPhone just announced (TinyWallPapers.com)

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I am selling my iPhone / iTouch wallpaper located at www.tinywallpapers.com

Also included in the sale:

TINYWALLPAPER.COM
TINYWALLPAPER.INFO
TINYWALLPAPERS.NET
All domains at at GoDaddy.

The wallpapers are all licensed free, the site is powered by 4images.

The logo was produced via a contest on NamePros.com ($35) The original .ai file will also be included.

The site has not been actively promoted so assume minimal traffic and revenue

The iPhone is expected to sell 4 million units this year due to the release of the 3G iPhone - read about it here:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7443543.stm

From the article:

Apple has sold more than six million iPhones since the device debuted in the US in June last year and the firm says it is on course to sell 10 million by the end of 2008.
Asking price: $150 - Post or PM SOLD (Fixed price only, not an auction)

Feel free to Post or PM any questions

I can transfer the site for free if needed
 
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