The following piece, released in March 2015, was drafted as a sort of “wireless charging 101” for our customers interested in the technology. Until the recent announcement that Apple’s latest phones (iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus) have the ability to be charged wirelessly, this segment of the market was largely overlooked. Something big and bold needed to happen to change that, and you don’t get much bigger and bolder than Apple embracing a standard!
Use this piece to educate yourself on wireless charging and the various standards. Once you’re ready to embrace the wireless future, we urge you to check out all of the solutions we offer:
It’s no secret that Gadget Guard is synonymous with screen protection. It’s what they do, and they do it incredibly well. Recently, VoiceComm began offering Gadget Guard’s Black Ice Liquid Edition screen protection, which is a standout. Instead of a standard screen protector that amounts to a slice of fitted glass for a specific device, Black Ice Liquid Edition is a “coating that is put onto a device’s screen to fortify it by using nanotechnology.”
Spoiler alert: iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have been released. A total shock, right? Of course. What we didn’t expect, however, is that major carriers — AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon to be exact – are offering “free” iPhone 7 handsets if consumers trade in an eligible device. These may be the most generous incentives to upgrade we’ve seen in the smartphone era, and may be in place to combat users who are holding onto their phones longer and longer due to the dissolution of subsidized smartphone plans. The terms of each promotion differ to an extent, but each carrier seems to require eligible devices be in good cosmetic and working order in order to qualify. This is great news for anyone who took your advice and purchased protective accessories such as a case and screen protection, but other consumers may be out of luck— this time. However, you can ensure that they don’t make the same mistake twice.
In this video – the final in VoiceComm’s “A Guide to Selling Accessories in a Changing Market” series – Senior Account Executive, Jeff Summerfeld sums up all the useful information he laid out in the previous videos all in an effort for you to start selling better today! Best if viewed in 1080p.