MobileCom is one of the nation’s largest authorized retailers for the new AT&T. Founded in Wilmington, Delaware in 1994, Mobile Com has grown into 4 regions, over 60 retail locations servicing over 200,000 active clients. Mobile Com has firmly established itself as one of the leading providers of AT&T cellular service.
The technicians at Ace Wireless lessen technology deficits with cellphone plans and computer-repair services. From within their store, they can set visitors up with T-mobile plans and smartphones from Samsung, and tend to both Mac and Windows computers with virus removal and diagnostic checkups.
Founded nearly 25 years ago on a frozen foundation of nonporous, 5-degree granite, Cold Stone Creamery has blossomed into a nationally recognized ice-cream parlor distinguished by its daily creations of sweet treats. Fruit, nuts, and candy collaborate with ice-cream flavors such as french vanilla, sweet cream, and cake batter to manifest a signature sundae or a personalized creation made to match customers' tastes and 5th-birthday-party footage. Smoothies and shakes sate sippers, and fruity sorbets, nonfat ice creams, and tangy frozen yogurt satisfy the need for healthy indulgences.
Imagine you're tailgating before a big football game, checking scores on your phone. You reach into the cooler for a beer, only to realize that the bottles are not twist-offs. At this point, you could drop to your knees, shake your fists at the sky, and curse the evil that would bring such a wicked fate upon you. Or you could just turn over your phone and pop the bottle open.
The innovators at HeadCase had such situations in mind when they created a line of cases with built-in bottle openers—only one of several stylish but practical products designed to enhance the use of mobile gadgets. Along with custom photos, cases sport camouflage designs and the colors and logos of professional and college teams. HeadCase products protect devices from both Samsung and Apple, meaning that users don't have to settle for the brand of smartphone they happened to be holding when they were born.
Wireless Wizard, an AT&T-authorized dealer, peddles cell phones and accessories alongside a slew of wireless plans. Flip phones, smartphones, touch phones, and Blackberrys comprise a diverse stock of newfangled walkie-talkies, such as the Pantech Crossover smartphone ($29.99 with two-year plan; $399.99 without) or the Samsung A197 ($39.99), a GoPhone saddled with $15 worth of prepaid minutes. Garnish phones with accessories such as a car charger ($29.99) or a Blackberry gel cover ($19.99), which protects backs of phones from dings and bee stings in bright colors and styles. Customers can commit to long-term wireless communication with an individual, family, or data plan, or commit to non-commitment with a pay-as-you-go plan.
The wireless provider industry changes quickly, but Arch Telecom keeps up by giving both technicians and front-line employees continual training. The extra effort shows: enthusiastic testimonials from clients cite employees' patient technical support for two seniors who were far from tech-savvy, as well as a staffer staying well beyond closing time to ensure a business's new phone lines were set up properly.