PhoneCashback.net Aims to Save You Money

Posted by at 2:49 pm on August 20, 2009

MechaWorks today launched PhoneCashback.net. The site is a new service meant to help consumers save a little bit more on each phone purchase.

The web site has partnered with the national carriers, and is meant to defer the high costs associated with buying a phone in-store. By using cashback, carriers save money, and now so do consumers.

AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless have partnered with PhoneCashback.net directly, and Sprint phones are being sold via a strategic partnership with LetsTalk.com. All Sprint phones are available, including the new Palm Pre.

MechaWorks has conducted several pilot programs on its flagship mobile news site, PhoneNews.com. These pilot programs have helped fine-tune the new service to handle thousands of wireless orders per hour, as well as strengthen direct relationships with each national carrier.

“In today’s tough economy, getting an extra $30 back on the purchase of a phone can make the difference.” said Christopher Price, MechaWorks CEO. “By ordering online, customers can avoid nearly all mail-in rebates, and cash back is distributed online without anything to mail in.”

PhoneCashback.net will also be tightly integrated into PhoneNews.com, enabling consumers to get news and discounts on phones simultaneously. The service fully supports both prepaid and postpaid devices already.

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