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T-Mobile Franchise Opportunity

Updated on November 14, 2012

T-Mobile Franchise Opportunity Plus Metro PCS - A Match Made in Heaven!

The T-mobile franchise opportunity is a popular endeavor in today's wireless environment thanks to the recent announcement of a merger between T-Mobile and Metro PCS. Metro PCS offers a 4G LTE lineup on the CDMA networks while T-Mobile offers their 4G lineup on their GSM network.

Now, thanks to the merger, two of the biggest names in prepaid wireless come together to form one super prepaid wireless powerhouse - and if you like the idea of getting rich selling prepaid wireless then now is the time to become a T-mobile dealer!

4G Prepaid Wireless Products Means

high profits for wireless dealers! -- Call (562) 528-3131

With products like the fantastic Samsung Galaxy SIII and the unlocked iPhone products, especially the $30 unlimited data plan for the iPad, it's no wonder dealers are flocking to this opportunity as their choice for a wireless dealership. Well, if you are one of those people who want to become a T-Mobile authorized 4G dealer then look no further than Gomobiledirect.com!

From $3,300 To $11,000

Plus the costs of inventory is what you will need to get started.

Once upon a time, with T-mobile premium retailer program (which is still in effect), expect to go into that opportunity with no less than $100,000 cash and the ability to open a minimum of 3 or more stores. If you meet that kind of criteria then their premium retail opportunity may be what you are looking for. However, the average small business owner just doesn't have that kind of money, and for you the T-mobile 4G dealer program available with Gomobiledirect.com is exactly what you have been looking for.

While there is still a small investment required, which is as little as $3,300 to $11,000 plus the cost of merchandise and other overhead, the costs compared to that of the premium retail opportunity is much less and much more accessible. Mind you this is STRICTLY for 4G prepaid wireless and not for the contracted opportunities. For that, the premium retailer program is the only way to pursue that.

Check out our latest T-Mobile video. - Straight from our Youtube video archive as always!

Call us for more information today at (562) 528-3131 or visit our website today by clicking on the link below the video.

(562) 528-3131 ext. 701

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      Tyler_H 4 years ago

      Ditto on the squid like! Very well done video. This merger really has me excited. Anxiously anticipating how this is going to affect the rest of the cellular market.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Awesome! Cant wait to see what will they put out on table now.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I have bookmarked this one. thanks for info.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I hope this wireless environment will keep growing, specialy since they have joined forces now

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      When did those two providers join?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      You got a squidlike :)

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      it is always good to see that there are some new opportunities, even if im not in this branch of business :)

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      phanthink1967 4 years ago

      I just hope they dont put to high price tags for smart phones like other providers do.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      im sure many dealers are glad to see this. Let us just hope for the best now.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      This is good news, and im looking forward to get me S3 :)

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Thank you for info, im glad to see that things are going to turn in positive for T-Mobile.