You Can Make Money Owning a Business in the Cell Phone Retail and Repair Industry

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The wireless landscape is changing. Among the movers and shakers of the industry are passionate individuals just like you – individuals who have an eye for detail, a pulse on the market and an interest in owning their own business within the cell phone retail and repair sphere. If you’ve been waiting for the right moment to pursue your entrepreneurial dreams, here’s your sign to get started.

There’s never been a better time to start your own cell phone repair business. Between 2007 and 2014 alone, Americans spent more than $23.5 billion on repair and replacement of their smartphones. The number one market position is still available! There is no single company holding dominant market share in this space at this time. Could it be yours for the taking?

Discover what it takes to invest in today’s cell phone repair franchise opportunities

The cell phone retail and repair industry is looking for people just like you. Check out our FREE exclusive guide – available for download here!

This guide outlines key characteristics of a promising cell phone franchise owner, including interpersonal skills, managerial skills and sales prowess. If you enjoy helping others discover solutions for their problems, or you’re passionate about principles of retail, starting a cell phone repair business may be perfect for you. Bring your skill set and energy, and our franchise leadership team will introduce you to essential resources for mobile business operations, marketing and more.

Enjoy more revenue streams than the typical iPhone repair franchise

Cell phone repair franchise opportunities like Phone-n-Fix surpass those of any iPhone repair franchise. Just take a look at how one of our company-operated stores performed in 2016:

$840,347.25 in Revenue

$299,249.88 Cost of Goods Sold**

$540,917.37 in Gross Profit***

(That’s a gross margin of 64%!)

Our owner-operators can potentially enjoy revenue from multiple revenue streams, including full-service repairs, certified pre-owned device sales and more. Let us open your eyes to a multi-market cell phone repair business opportunity like none other through the pages of our comprehensive guide.

Like what you see? Connect with our team to find cell phone repair franchise opportunities near you

Your journey to long-term business growth isn’t just about starting a cell phone repair business. It’s about starting a cell phone repair business that is on track for longevity. Phone-n-Fix, a fast-growing cell phone repair business opportunity, is in a league of its own with its cutting-edge approach to operations and customer care.

Can you see yourself starting a cell phone repair business in the midst of this rapidly evolving industry? Get started today by redeeming your copy of our FREE guide, “How to Make Money in the Cell Phone Retail and Repair Industry.” Then, continue the conversation with a member of our franchise development team. We can’t wait to speak with you!

The one company-owned Store, located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, has earned these amounts in the 2016 calendar year. There were no franchised stores at the time of reporting. Your individual results may differ. There is no assurance that you will sell as much. The success of your store will depend largely on your individual abilities and business acumen, and the financial results of your store are likely to differ, perhaps materially, from the results of the company-operated Store.

** As used herein, “cost of goods sold” means the sum of all equipment and goods sold, including equipment, parts and materials, and shipping cost in the 2016 calendar year.

***  As used herein, “gross profit” means total revenue less the cost of goods sold. Gross profit for the one company-operated Phone-n-Fix Store for 2016 was $540,917.37 ($840,347.25 minus $299,429.88). Please note that gross profit is not the same as net profit, which typically means gross profit minus all ordinary and recurring operating expenses, interest, income taxes, depreciation and amortization. Your net profit will depend on your expenses, including the cost of paying employees.