Brooklyn, NY, November 09, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Brooklyn, New York-based electronics retailer Cell2Get has announced that a formal inking ceremony is being planned to cement a “first dibs” deal with mobile communications manufacturers around the world. The contract, when finalized, should mean that Cell2Get will be among the very first retailers to receive the latest handsets available, up to two weeks prior to anyone else under certain conditions.
“We are extremely excited by this,” said Paul Frank, a spokesman for Cell2Get. “It’s been a long time in coming. Our company has been trying to convince [the manufacturers] for years on such a strategic partnership.”
The financial structure of the deal was not disclosed, though industry observers might be surprised that such an arrangement could be made. “I don’t know why no one’s ever thought of it before, apparently,” Mr. Frank added, “but we are very pleased to play the pioneer again.”
And while no documents have yet been signed, Cell2Get is confident that all will proceed as envisioned. According to the company, several phones had already been procured this year under similar first-dibs terms as a sort of trial run. These devices are the Sidekick Slide, the Samsung m550 Exclaim, the BlackBerry Tour 9630, and the Motorola Droid X. In addition, they were the first to market the Nokia n810, the Finnish manufacturer’s first-ever netbook, having acquired two shipments in the same way.
“We’re only aiming for certain models,” explained Mr. Frank. “What our professional staff of corporate buyers determines will sell, of course.” Full details are available on Cell2Get’s website for these and other mobile communications devices; all interested parties are advised to contact a Cell2Get product specialist immediately.
“Without giving too much away, I would tell our many loyal customers that they can now expect these kinds of products to ‘street’ much earlier with Cell2Get than almost anywhere else, but always at the same discount pricing structure we are so famous for offering,” said Mr. Frank.