THE VERIZON NETWORK Cellular Sales is a management company that operates authorized wireless phone stores for Verizon Wireless throughout the South, Midwest, and Atlantic regions of the United States. We are easily the largest exclusive dealer in each of our operating regions and are expanding throughout the country.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Vapor E-Cigs
Pro Tip: Offering the popular brand smokeX vapor and e-juice to help you kick the smoking habit
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
What sets your business apart from your competition?
We are a premier cell phone store that sees the need to help our customers kick their smoking habit. While we offer many different pre-paid carriers and great phone repairs, it is smokeX vapor that sets us apart. smokeX is the hot new vapor line from Vapor Pros and we carry it exclusively for our customers.
What was the inspiration for starting this business?
We saw a need in the community to have a high-end phone store where customers can come in and feel good about where they do their business. By combining pre-paid cell phones and e-cigs we can not only help people find the best pre-paid carrier for them but also to better their lives through our smokeX vapor.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Most pre-paid cell phone stores are a little run down and a little sketchy. We wanted to have a clean and nice welcoming presence for people when they walk in. So we put in wood floors and great displays to have a high level of professionalism. By offering customers the ability to come pay any pre-paid cell phone bill and get great customer service on phones and repairs, we have been able to build a solid foundation and a great customer base.
What?s your favorite part about your job?
Helping customers find the right phone for their budget and seeing them quit smoking.
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