http://www.JayBartels.com Once upon a time when cell phones were simply, well, phones it wasn't too onerous to commit to a carrier and sign up for a bucketful of calling minutes every month. Phones were like TVs. Thy didn't change much month to month and one model offered pretty much the same features as the next. The biggest decision you faced was whether to get a flip phone or candy bar style mode.
But times have changed. Cell phones are handheld computers, e-mail machines, texting terminals, music players, cameras, video phones, and portals to the Web. Newer, better models come out nearly every week, causing upgrade envy.
Consequently, people are waking up to the fact that they don't want to be locked into a single plan lest they miss out on getting the next, snazzy, faster, thinner smart phone.
Recent subscriber reports from the major U.S. carriers seem to support the trend. Looking at the totals, the seven major wireless companies lost over 50,000 contract subscribers during the first three months of the year. Companies like T-Mobile lost contract customers, for example, while picking up new pre-pay customers. Sprint saw a slight uptick in contract customers, but AT&T and Verizon, the country's biggest carriers offset that with declines.
Of course, this trend seems inevitable. We may be crazy about iPhones and Android phones, but we're rabidly dissatisfied with service carriers, who typically rank below people who cut ahead in line and drivers who tailgate on our list of the most despised people in America.
Fortunately, there is a better way for those of us who are on a budget and who don't want to be locked into a contract.
So how can you capitalize on this booming industry. Well outside of saving on your cell phone bill now there's an easy way to rid your self of your bill all together. If you really want a share in this multi-billion dollar industry than you will want to take a good long look at LifeMobile.
Own your own business with your own online kiosk for about $300. That's about $50,000 to $100,000 less than it would cost you just to get started with a brick and mortar store and the majority of business these days is being done on the internet on top of that.
Maybe you just want Free cell phone service and You're not ready to take that next step towards financial freedom. That's perfectly fine as well. $29 get's you started and that includes your own website to send your prospects to. Once 3 people sign up as preferred customers than Your service is absolutely free.
Take a few minutes and let this short video explain it to you.
Feel free to contact me at GreatLifeMobile@gmail.com