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Have Santa Call Your Child, Courtesy of Google

by Chris B.
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As a kid, Santa tends to be a big part of Christmas. The more parents can do to make him seem real, the more fun and exciting it can seem. There are a lot of ways to do this, from taking your child to the mall to sit in his lap, to leaving milk and cookies for him on Christmas Eve. Google loves to get in on the whole thing, by helping you track jolly St. Nick as he travels around the world. But this year, they’re going even further.

Rather than simply writing your kids a letter back from Santa, you can do more. Thanks to Google’s Send A Call From Santa service, you can have him call your kids and have him say a few personalized things. There are several selections you can make, so that it sounds like he is talking specifically to your child. If you don’t have kids, there are some great selections in there if you want to send a call to your friends as well.

[via Independent]

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