You need to be able to react quickly, and we are. People are now turning over iPods very quickly. Steve Jobs is doing excellent work to keep Apple’s products fresh and at the front of the market. This creates electronic waste as models age and become less desirable, and we see this as an opportunity.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) October 20, 2006
SellyourCell.com, America’s Original Wireless Recycler, has added more Apple iPod models to the list of used iPods it offers to buy from consumers, and has increased the amount it is offering to pay for several models.
“We are serious about expanding our wireless recycling efforts beyond cell phones, and to effectively do that we felt we needed increase our incentives to consumers,” Keith Ori, CEO of SellyourCell.com said.
SellyourCell.com’s web site was originally designed to accommodate wireless consumers who, when terminating service, switching phones or switching carriers, wind up with surplus cell phones.
“That’s where we come in,” Ori says, “A consumer will have 3 or 4 cell phones in their kitchen drawer, knowing that they must have some value, but not really sure what to do with them. We offer an answer that is both ecologically friendly and profitable; just go to our web site and in three easy steps you can sell your cell phone with free shipping.”
SellyourCell.com had expanded their range to include Apple iPods as well as Palm and Blackberry devices about one year ago, but Ori says that they have recently decided to pursue these devices more aggressively.
“That is the nature of business,” Ori says, “You need to be able to react quickly, and we are. People are now turning over iPods very quickly. Steve Jobs is doing excellent work to keep Apple’s products fresh and at the front of the market. This creates electronic waste as models age and become less desirable, and we see this as an opportunity.”
While the business model may be SellyourCell’s opportunity, the opportunity for consumers lies in the fact that SellyourCell.com is willing to pay over $100.00 some used iPods, which amounts to a pretty significant discount on a new one.
To get a quote for selling a used iPod or cell phone, consumers can visit http://www.sellyourcell.com and look up their device’s manufacturer on the left hand side of the page. Once the manufacturer (Apple, Motorola, etc.) is selected, then users simply select the model (i.e. Nano, 40 GB Photo, etc) and click ‘next’ for the offer price.
If a user accepts SellyourCell’s offer-to-buy price the only step left is to enter their personal information and wait for the padded mailer to arrive with free return postage.
For consumers even more anxious to sell, SellyourCell.com added a “Speedy-Ship” option that allows customers to download a post-paid mailing label and use their own packaging.
“We’ve tried to remove as many barriers and make the process as easy as possible. So there you have it; ecologically friendly, profitable, and easy. It doesn’t get better than that,” Ori says with a smile.
http://www.SellyourCell.com is a six-year-old subsidiary of Sundog Inc., based in Orlando, Florida and is one of the oldest companies offering direct to consumer wireless recycling services. SellyourCell.com continues to be a leader in the wireless recycling industry.