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Verizon To Offer iPhone 4

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corporate store only? or will indirect stores get to handle it?


Jan 11, 2011, 6:01 PM
anyone know

Jan 12, 2011, 10:46 AM
Based on what they did for AT&T, indirects will not carry this phone at launch, and let me tell you this is not a bad thing. When you are able to carry this phone there is a good chance your company will have to change there comp structure because the phone has really poor gross profit. Keep selling people into droids because you wont make anything selling this phone.

Jan 12, 2011, 10:57 AM
I work for an ATT indirect and we didn't get the iphone until March 2010. It was great getting the phone, but the commission on that piece of **** doesn't make it worth selling. Plus you have to deal with the Dbag iSheep customers that buy into it. If/when you get it, good luck. Maybe you guys will get paid more. Also, dont forget to sign your Apple sales agreement! If you forget, you could jeopardize your companies sales agreement with apple! LOL! Laughing Apple is sooooo laaaaaaaaame! The only plus i've seen is an increase in accessory sales. Those Apple loving clowns will buy anything you tell them to i.e. Car charger, Apple Care and don't forget the Otterbox Defender! Good luck Verizon emps. No hating going on here, just giving you a heads...

Jan 13, 2011, 7:43 PM
I work at a premium 3rd party retailer and we should be getting the iPhone in under a month from its initial release. We've been told that we'll be one of four 3rd party retailers to get the phone. The iSheep should be fun to try and get inside their brainwashed heads, and thanks for reminding me that I'll see some good accessory commission, even though the phone itself will probably net us the same as a car charger sell.

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