T-Mobile USA Inc. has partnered with Solavei to redirect some of the billions of dollars previously spent on advertising, and put it into the hands of members who refer consumers to its mobile phone service program. The Solavei Social Commerce Network, available from Life at the Max, is a revolutionary new way for flea market vendors to earn income, says Bob Hartmann, independent member. Solavei provides each member a unique website, that has all the program details and contact information, where consumers can sign up for the service.
Launched last July, the network now has 150,000 members, Hartmann shares. “It’s a simple way for flea market vendors to make money. They don’t have to sell anything and there is no contract. Vendors just refer shoppers to their websites where consumers can switch their mobile phone service and pay only $49 per month for unlimited talk, text messaging and data on a 4G nationwide prime network.”
Once a vendor signs up nine people, the vendor gets his or her T-Mobile phone service free for life. With every three members signed up thereafter, the vendor gets $20 per month residual income.
“We provide all the branding, signage, flyers, brochures, videos and marketing materials,” Hartmann continues. “Vendors can have it branded with their name on it. It’s plug in and play. If a flea market has Wi-Fi, vendors can take the extra step and sign up people right at their booth.” Most of the materials are available in both English and Spanish.
With all the shoppers passing by their booths, vendors can build up an income quickly, he adds. “Solavei’s Social Commerce Network is a perfect add-on opportunity for flea market vendors, no matter what they are selling.”
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