Switch Cell Providers but Keep the Same Phone - New Website Provides Choices

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Keepmyphone.com connects cell phone users with stores in their local area able to unlock their existing cell phone and sign them up for a new service.

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Houdinisoft launches their new website http://www.keepmyphone.com , informing disgruntled cell phone users that they can dump their old service provider without the expense of buying another phone.

The site contains informational articles designed to educate cell phone consumers about the typical restrictions placed on cell phones by many cellular carriers. Industry surveys consistently show that consumers are unsatisfied with the level of service they receive from their cell provider.

In the past, signing up with a new provider meant paying for a new phone, even if the consumer already had a perfectly functional phone. New technology and recent copyright laws make it possible to unlock cell phones for use with another service. As a result, switching cell phone providers is now more affordable for these unsatisfied consumers.

In addition to providing the informational articles, the site connects users with a searchable database to help them locate a Houdinisoft dealer/wireless retail store in their local area. All local stores will be able to handle the phone unlocking process as well as transfer the phone to a new service plan. Over 200 CDMA based phones can be unlocked, including popular models such as the Motorola RAZR, LG Chocolate, Samsung Juke, and Sanyo Katana.

Houdinisoft's launch partner for the localized store search is Pocket Communications. Pocket provides flat rate, no contract required cellular phone wireless services in the San Antonio, Laredo, and Rio Grande Valley areas of Texas. In the months following the site launch, Keep My Phone plans to expand the localized database by partnering with additional service providers in new geographic areas.

Contact:

pr @ keempmyphone.com
http://www.keepmyphone.com
http://www.houdinisoft.com

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