The Samsung Galaxy S2 is not only a very late model, high-end Android smartphone, it's virtually impossible to find a vendor who has them in stock, much less at a Daily Deal discount of $100 off.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 26, 2011
Social commerce startup, EvoTronix.com has placed a new spin on an old concept. Daily Deals, as they are called, are typically employed by merchants to quickly move old inventory in order to create space for new merchandise. However EvoTronix makes a deliberate effort to showcase late model smartphones in their Daily Deals in order to give smartphone technophiles a respite from the typical, and often times expected high price of an unlocked, late model smartphone such as the Samsung Galaxy S II. EvoTronix's founder and CEO Kameko Oliver, says he likes to be contrarian on occasion to ultimately help customers save money. Kameko also says excellent customer service is an invaluable currency when it comes to e-commerce, and he spends it liberally.
An EvoTronix Daily Deal usually saves a customer $20 to $100 off the retail price of a late model, high-end smartphone. This results in a smartphone such as the Samsung Galaxy S II which comes unlocked and retails for $799.99, occasionally selling in an EvoTronix Daily Deal at $100 off, creating a deeply discounted final price of $699.95. The Samsung Galaxy S2 is not only a very late model, high-end Android smartphone, it's virtually impossible to find a vendor who has them in stock, much less at a discount of $100 off.
These types of customer friendly offerings are exactly what EvoTronix feels customers will appreciate most in times where smartphones like the upcoming HTC Sensation are getting faster, smarter and apparently more expensive. An EvoTronix customer is empowered to always have the option to discount their purchase by applying reward points called "eBux." EBux enable EvoTronix customers to reduce the purchase price of any product sold on EvoTronix by $0.75 per eBux credit. EBux are earned by simply referring friends and family to register an account on EvoTronix - no purchase necessary. However, when a referral does make their first purchase, one can earn a total of 6 eBux - 2 for the referral and 4 for that referral's first purchase. That translates to $4.50 in additional discounts one can earn per referral.
With the widespread use of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, and an average user having more than 120 friends or followers, one can theoretically earn eBux credits quite easily and quickly with a single Tweet or Facebook wall post. Ultimately making one’s first or next purchase on EvoTronix deeply discounted or even virtually free.