December 27, 2012 G Jason Schnellbacher

Best New Product for Indirect Wireless Dealers

What is the hottest new product of 2013 for indirect wireless dealers?  Based on demand in 2012, it has got to be the prepaid and bill payment center program from  Independent cell phone dealers love the ability to sell pay-as-you-go cell phone prepaid minutes for just about all major U.S. and Canadian mobile service providers AND process bill payments for customers on monthly postpaid plans.  It just makes sense.  If your contract allows, why limit yourself and your business?  Be able to offer something to everyone that walks in the door.


Expand What You Offer to Expand Your Profits

What if you could not only sell prepaid cards and postpaid bill payment for wireless services but also make commissions for processing utility, cable, satellite, and other bills?  $0.80 is the commission on every bill payment processed.  That can add up if you have regular customers.  It is a simple add-on and doesn’t even cost anything.  Learn more about the Prineta Bill Payment Center.

General purpose reloadable Visa debit cards are also popular for independent wireless dealers.  You make $1.05 for every new $3 card sold and $0.885 every time a customer reloads the card (based on 30% of $2.95).   That can add up for a busy store in the right location where a lot of people don’t have a bank account.

You can be the next neighborhood financial center providing a valuable service to the community and make money in the process.

Wireless Dealers Can Make More Than $500 Per Month

We have several busy locations that regularly process more than $5,000 a month in prepaid wireless top-up minutes and bring in over $500 a month in net profits.  If you already own a Boost Mobile or T-Mobile authorized indirect wireless dealer or cell phone repair shop then adding the ability to sell services for additional mobile service providers just makes sense.  Dealers that focus on the Hispanic market in Southern California, Arizona, and Texas are seeing particularly good success.  On average, most dealers report approximately 10% in commissions depending on the mix of the most popular providers preferred by consumers in your area.  Each prepaid phone company pays a different commission. If you sell more international long distance and reloadable Visa debit cards that brings up the average.  Learn more about the Prineta sell prepaid program and review the commissions for selling prepaid.

Keep Customers Coming Back in Regularly

The best way to sell additional services or accessories is get customers coming back into your retail store regularly; every visit to your store is an opportunity.

How can you begin selling prepaid cards at your store?

Actually, it is super easy.  Prineta can help you open a “prepaid mall” in less than a week.  And best of all it is completely FREE!  What?  Yep.  For real.  No gimmicks.  Prineta offers prepaid card point-of-sale displays stocked with the most popular prepaid cards to authorized wireless resellers for FREE.  No startup costs!  No merchandising cost!  No re-order cost!


Sell Prepaid Mobile Phone Minutes

We can help you become a prepaid mobile phone service retailer so you can sell prepaid cards for the most popular prepaid phone providers; Cricket, Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile, Net 10, Simple Mobile, T-Mobile, TracFone, AT&T Go Phone, Verizon, and regional providers.  With our program you can sell PayGo Re-Boost, Virgin Mobile Top Ups, T-Mobile Refill, GoPhone Minutes, Cricket PayGo, Net 10, and Simple Mobile ReUp and the commissions are good.  AT&T pays 14% commissions.

Only Available in the United States

Available in the in New York (NYC-NY), Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Sacramento, and Oakland in California, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and Austin in Texas, Miami, Orlando, and Tampa in Florida, Chicago in Illinois, Philadelphia and Pittsburg in Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati in Ohio, Detroit Michigan, Atlanta Georgia, Newark New Jersey, Charlotte and Raleigh in  North Carolina, All of Northern Virginia, Boston Massachusetts, Seattle Washington, Indianapolis Indiana, Memphis and Nashville in Tennessee, Phoenix Arizona, St. Louis and Kansas City Missouri, Baltimore Maryland, Milwaukee Wisconsin, Minneapolis / St. Paul Minnesota, Denver Colorado, and all-50 states.

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Comments (2)

  1. Guillermo A Hanabergh III

    Dear Sirs:
    I am a partner of a courier company in Colombia That receive U.S. purchases from our customers and transported to Colombia where they are delivered door to door and many of our customers need a prepaid credit or debit card (with confirmation number) based in USA to shop and I am interested to sell pre-paid cards as a parallel to our own business because many times I have to make these purchases for my clients with my debit card and I think this system they would have more freedom and all independence to do these operations.
    I have a physical address in Miami, Fla 33166 and a bank account at Bank Of America, Miami available for this, and I may also receive it in Miami and even make these cards refills through this account if my customers can not make them directly.
    I would like to know the conditions and fees for me and how we could start this business and also earn some money doing it.
    I’m waiting on his response.
    Guillermo A Hanabergh III

    • Admin

      Hola Guillermo.

      Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment.

      If you have a U.S. or Canadian address with a physical retail store and can pass AML checks, then we may be able to help.

      Please respond to our e-mail with your phone number and we will call you to discuss.

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