World’s First iPhone Upgrade Marketplace Launched by Up-and-Coming Company UpgradeSwap
Newcomer looks to take on eBay, Craigslist by allowing iPhone enthusiasts to buy and sell smartphone upgrades
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Aug. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — iPhone enthusiasts often qualify for upgrades, but many of them don’t realize that they can make a $250 profit by selling their upgrade eligibility on UpgradeSwap.com.
UpgradeSwap’s innovative new idea makes it possible for sellers to profit high and for buyers to pay the lowest prices for the latest brand-new iPhones and Smartphones. This is all possible through UpgradeSwap’s unique approach, which includes a number of advantages:
-- Upgrade eligibility can be sold for $250 Profit. Up to $1250 Profit for a Family Plan with 5 eligible lines -- No Seller Fees -- The Newest iPhone 16GB will always be $519 shipped, New in Box with Store Receipt. This is the Lowest Price Anywhere, including eBay. -- Only Brand New High-End Smartphones Are Sold and All Phones Include Store Receipt -- Buyers Save up to $200 on off-contract smartphones
Typically, if a consumer qualified for an upgrade and wanted to sell it, they would first need to buy the phone and extend their contract for two more years, then hope the device they bought sold for enough money to produce profit.
UpgradeSwap eliminates the old way of doing things because the seller never purchases the phone or extends their contract with the carrier until the buyer chooses their desired smartphone. This makes everything much more efficient.
Upgrade eligibility verification is required before a listing goes live and only PayPal Verified users are allowed to use the site. These security measures help eliminate the likelihood of fraud and because PayPal is the only accepted form of payment, both buyers and sellers are covered under PayPal’s protection services.
This new idea offers sellers a way to make easy money while at the same time allows buyers to save on smartphones that are brand new without needing to extend their contract. “I wanted to buy a brand new phone but didn’t qualify for an upgrade. The prices were too high on bidding and classified websites. I was fine with paying someone to use their upgrade but this service wasn’t offered anywhere online, so I decided to create a marketplace to meet this need,” said Jonathan Martis, the founder and CEO of UpgradeSwap.
UpgradeSwap is looking to turn the cell phone marketplace upside down by giving people a new and practical way to buy and sell smartphones.
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