Access member benefits are genuinely beneficial. As in, they genuinely help our members save money and avoid awkward situations, like confronting the cell phone kiosks in the mall. Continuing our series of “Brands We Love” posts, one Access employee chimes in on a merchant he’s particularly fond of.
Looking for a one-stop-shop for cell phones? I know I am. I’m in the middle of switching providers and purchasing a new cell phone. It can be a pain sorting out all the different options available for mobile and deciding which option is best.
What carrier fits my needs at the best price? Can I get a better deal at one of the kiosks in the mall with the loud kids or the carrier’s own store? Do I purchase a phone with a contract or just outright purchase one from a retailer? So confusing.
Fortunately for myself and other Access members, I have a new way to save time and money when shopping for a new phone. Access Development has launched Access Wireless, a new partnership with Simplexity, the Web’s leading authorized retailer of cell phones, smartphones, and cell phone plans.
Thanks to Simplexity’s close relationships with nation’s leading carriers including Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile, Access Wireless customers will get the same phones and service plans as in the carrier’s retail stores but for much less money. Access Wireless offers the most popular brands like LG, Motorola, Samsung, HTC, BlackBerry, and others at steep discounts for our customers activating a new two-year agreement or upgrading their current contract.
When shopping at the Access Wireless savings page, our members get incredible prices and hassle-free service. Just pick your favorite phone, and then pair it with a plan and add-ons like texting or data. Submit your order, and it will arrive activated at your doorstep. They’ll even move your number if you are changing wireless providers.
So no dealing with the loud kids at the mall. And big phone price discounts, and hassle-free service. I am planning to buy my next phone at Access Wireless, why wouldn’t everyone?