He will also be selling Verizon service, and phones to go with it, at both stores. “I was always into electronics. They’re my thing,” he says. “Right now we’re waiting for our unlocked European phones, our specialty.” (“Unlocked” phones can be used with any service provider.) Sinawe is especially enamored of the Nokia N95, which costs about $700: “The cool thing about it is the five-megapixel camera.
“I also like to carry every Bluetooth that’s available on the market,” he adds. “People who, for instance, like to ride a bike and don’t like wind noise?” If that describes you, he’s got a deal for you.
Manager Danny Samaha at the Stone School Road store has Bluetooth too, and his walls feature more Disney accessories than the Packard store.
Go Wireless; 3130 Packard, 975–8500, and 4069 Stone School Road (Stone Plaza), 369–8941. Mon.–Sat. 10 a.m.–9 p.m., Sun. noon–5 p.m.