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Today's side deal saves you time on your tedious duties with the Dedicated Assistant Plan from AskSunday for $167 (a $279 value). AskSunday was featured on NBC's Today Show and named the Number Two Website of the Year by Time Magazine in 2007 for its hard work helping busy bees produce their daily honey quota.
AskSunday's Dedicated Assistant Plan affords you 20 hours of aid from your own personally assigned personal assistant to be used over the course of one month. After discussing your general needs with your assistant, you'll be free to submit your requests whenever you want. Possible tasks can include data entry, Internet research, phone calls to clients and vendors, scheduling, uploading photos, updating your Twitter, booking appointments, writing emails, and more. Your assistant will report back on the findings and results for each task. All jobs are handled virtually (phone, email, or instant messaging).
Your assistant will be at the ready from 7:30 a.m. PST to 4:30 p.m. PST; during all other times, someone else will step in to do your bidding. If you have something that's too urgent to wait, call in or write "ASAP" on your request, and they'll get to it within 90 minutes.
The Dedicated Assistant package gets you 20 hours, with each additional hour costing $15. While you do not have to continue your membership after one month, you will need to cancel your membership to prevent automatic billing for the next 30-day cycle.
- AskSunday agents will do all the hard work for you. You needn’t waste time trying to figure out how to change your subscription to Time, or looking for a watch you dropped on the metro—your Sunday PA will take care of it.
Customers left online testimonials, saying:
- I use AskSunday Travel to book my business and personal trips. It's easy to get help and the travel agent partners are extremely friendly and well-informed. – Kate T., Testimonial
- For what I consider my time is worth per hour, what they save adds up to hundreds or even thousands of dollars in the long run. I can give my undivided attention to my job. – Andrea F., Testimonial