With popular Christmas postmarks like these on the U.S. Postal Service's list of planned closures, nice children of the world are facing a serious threat. They're running out of places to address their letters to Santa.
But this is the age of iPhones and Skype, is it not? Jolly ole' St. Nick may be old, but his methods for receiving wish lists these days are anything but. Turns out, Mr. Claus has his own Google Voice number, so tech-savvy youngsters can just dial him up.
Because he's a busy man this time of year, he'll call you back. Just log on to Send a Call From Santa to set up a personalized call to yourself or others. Calls can be customized to include the recipient's name, where they live and what they want for Christmas.
Don't celebrate Christmas? Don't worry, Santa is broad in the belt and the mind. So just let him know what winter holiday you or your call recipient celebrates, and he'll be sure to deliver holiday cheer that knows no boundaries.
Calls are free for U.S. and Canadian residents. However, calls outside those areas will cost $.01 a minute. Hmm, maybe Santa's holiday cheer does know some boundaries.
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