Get bad cell reception in your area? Frustrated because all the cool new phones only work on other networks? Your cell not able to live up to its full potential because your network has cut out key capabilities? Well the folks over at Cellswapper.com have a potential solution for you.
CellSwapper allows millions of unhappy cellular users to transfer their contract to another consumer for the remainder of the contract period. The consumer is fully absolved of all responsibility and is free to initiate a new plan with a different carrier. This system also provides an exclusive deal for those looking to start a wireless service plan a short-term contract with no activation fees.
And what a service it is too…they’ve been covered by high end networks like MSNBC, The Wall Street Journal and C|Net. Now the idea of sliding out of your contract may be appealing to some, but be aware that there are a few minor catches. One is that the “seller” has to make their contract as appealing as possible, which may require including your expensive cell phone, or even a cash bonus. And on top of that, you pay a fee to Cellswapper for the convenience when someone actually does assume responsibility for your service.
I have to admit, this service does have an appealing nature to me. I bought my Motorola RAZR through Veriszon Wireless, and was fully aware of the phones capabilities. However, it wasn’t until I received the phone that I found out that they had blocked two vital features I was keyed in on. The first being able to use the “V-Cast” feature, which allows you to recieve streaming video on your phone, and the other was being able to transfer ringtones and pictures to and from my computer. Neither are functional (unless you reprogram your phone). That frustration alone might prompt me to pursue the Cellswapper service.
Regardless, they have some positive testimonials you can look through to see how its worked out for other folks. As always, if you have tried this service, or know someone who has tried it, let us here at Geeknews know about it!