The father of three is looking forward to the arrival of his new smartphone and tablet computer.
But he won’t be getting the new ones overnight, and he wants to get them for free.
“I want to give my son something for free,” said Daniel P. DeBruyn, an employee of the Department of Veterans Affairs in Westport, Connecticut, who said he and his wife have been paying for their son’s new computers since December.
He bought a new Dell XPS 13 for $1,300 last week, and will be buying a new iPad Pro for $600, along with a tablet for $200.
DeBuyn said he plans to pay the bills for his son’s computer by selling the laptop he has since he was diagnosed with autism in August.
“The iPad Pro is something I really want to get,” DeBruckyn said.
The Patels also plan to sell the laptop for $700 and buy a $300 Apple TV for $250.
He said he’ll be using the Apple TV to watch movies on Netflix, but that he’s not sure whether to use the tablet to read a book or browse online.
“If I can get the device and then get the tablet for free, I can use it for everything,” DeBuin said.
“And if I don’t, I’m going to have to use it.
I think that’s going to be the big decision I’m making when I have to start buying things.”
DeBruins wife, Ashley DeBuc, is also planning to get the new computer and tablet.
She said she’s been paying $600 a month for her daughter’s laptop, which she said she can only use to watch Netflix and Netflix shows on her iPad.
DeBucs daughter said she plans to use her iPad to do other things like check Facebook and check her social media accounts.
She also plans to give her daughter a laptop and tablet, which DeBuccs daughter has also been paying to use.
“She’s like, ‘Mom, I want the iPad for free,'” DeBureys daughter said.
De Bruyn said his wife’s plan for a computer is to use one that she already owns.
“She’s been using it to watch the TV,” De Bruyn said, adding that he was initially nervous about buying a computer but he’s glad he’s found a new one that works.
The couple’s son is also getting a new computer for free from Walmart.
De Bruyn told The Associated Press that he purchased the new laptop and computer for $300.
The family also plans on selling the iPad Pro.
De Bruys son said he thinks he can do the same with his new laptop.
“We want to use our iPads for everything and everything,” he said.
“I’m going out and getting them.”