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CompAmerica, the GiantKillers™, Announces the “Wonder PC” Program

(PRWEB) October 22, 2004

CompAmerica announces that its 'warmer, friendlier, more proactive service department' and “better products, service and breadth of choices” make up its “GiantKiller” offerings: "The Wonder PC's." They can be found by punching the “PCs >” button on its home page at

New LGA-775 PC's and CompAmerica’s own “VFTA” technology – which saves personal computers from primary hard drive failure by providing an automatic mirror image of the C: drive in real time – are featured in this section of its website.

“We can provide you anything from slim, widescreen 5 pound Centrino Laptops of our own to Cisco’s extraordinary Enterprise Routers, at a lower price. We have the technology people ready to program and install them for you! We simply eat their lunch!” stated CompAmerica’s Chairman Jack Shulman, discussing how it is that his company has a nearly zero failure rate, and isn’t overwhelmed with service requests on it’s 24x7 tech support lines. Shulman innovated the first desktop windowed personal computers in 1974 at a time when desktop computers “cost between $ 10 and $ 20,000, so consumers had no idea there were such things 20 years before Microsoft first released Windows 95.”

Shulman was also involved in the development of what became the PC architecture and other desktops in the 70’s, as well as heading up outside design and programming support for an IBM project called “Office of the Future” that led up to the PC, MAC, Windows and Mac/Os.

“It’s interesting how it is that marketing companies make it all look like one day someone stepped off the bus with a board and some floppies, and the next day there was PC Dos, then MAC/OS and Windows, and now the so-called ‘arrival’ of Linux. Linux, for example, arrived in 1965 not 2005. Those of us who innovate such inventions and discoveries are often completely or even deliberately forgotten in the perennial recycling of ideas that goes on in this industry. It is perverse to mis-attribute the origination of concept to Bill Gates or Paul Allan or Steve Jobs or Linus Torvald. While these marketing wizards do get incessantly wealthy as ball carriers in the current Generations of recycling/reintegrating our ideas, they did not originate any of those ideas. Those of us who invent the stuff are usually completely or even deliberately forgotten. We are left behind to get recycled by IBM and others as well, forced to come up with newer ideas while they hoard the vast quantities of revenue in outside businesses which leverage our past work. Such is what we believe about Dell, we believe them to be IBM PC Company with a modernized business model but MORE OF THE SAME products recycled into a 2nd and 3rd Generation marketing program. The recognizable traits of IBM recycling our handiwork is usually only recognizable to us, the originators. The consumers are usually well fooled.”

CompAmerica maintains a website at which has been deemed “highly innovative” by some. The website incorporates a “minimum number of clicks” (MNOC) architecture, a “streamlined shopping carts” approach, and an "Open Warehousing" design.

Payment is accepted electronically through secure payment or by phone or in person: checks, standard credit cards by phone, email or web, as well as PayPal by web, and Western Union.

The CompAmerica website is subdivided into several categories: PCs, Laptops, Servers, Industrial Computers and Technical Support. It claims to maintain the largest driver library of any computer manufacturer on the Internet. It also includes popular “Live Chat” and “Group Services”, along with a private intranet for IT and B2B buyers called the “B2B eStore”, which in partnership with, provides what may be the most concise, informative comparative shopping tool and intranet shopping cart system ever devised.

Visuals are simple; some products include a “select a picture” approach to providing full 3D views. A powerful Memory Configurator allows anyone to match memory to the product they are seeking to upgrade, and will also provide all the parameters they wanted to know about their own system, such as: fastest CPU, maximum Memory, type and style, bus speed and so forth. The Search engine is extremely fast at searching through nearly 8 million pages of information, and can find nearly any product in the industry or it’s equivalent.

CompAmerica has stated publicly that it believes companies on the web are “cleverly manipulating their shopping cart so as to lock you into purchasing a product, whether you want that one or not, they could be accused of bait and switch or worse, crate and switch.” Crate and Switch is the practice of subtly mis-stating the features of a product so it is not fully understood by the purchaser until they "uncrate it" after getting it to their home or office.

CompAmerica says that it's “Open Warehouse Web Architecture”, which also provides ADA Section 508 conforming products and services, is “next generation”, a site which uses the best practices to insure that consumers and IT and Business and Government are not patronized by the “Self Aggrandizement of No thought, Limited Choice, Cut Corners products” offered “in Dell Hell”.

"Ultimately, it's the Human Factor that makes the difference. A compassionate, interested vendor who understands technology is far easier to work with and far more accurate at fullfilling your precise needs, than a pushy, aggressive salesman who has scripts on how to mislead you into buying more than you need, while getting less than you thought. Our sales staff are all cross trained system engineers, and that means you get the right products at the right time with the right features, backed by common sense!" added Shulman.

“” and “” were developed by a team of experienced web developers who elected to go with a “slightly lower tech, higher degree of customer choice” environment that “didn’t automate everything, with natural jumping off points for the public that would allow them to elect to make a phone call to a Human Being at CompAmerica, who could advise them more cogently, without the kind of ‘sell them a PC at any cost, without any real choice’ processes” that others allegedly provide.

CompAmerica is a leader in industry innovations who can be reached by phone at 888-ASK-CSS-1, and by email at e-mail protected from spam bots.

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Outreach Program Introduces Technology to Middle School Girls

Boulder, Colorado (PRWEB) December 05, 2013

The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) is now accepting grant proposals for the 2014 grant cycle of NCWIT AspireIT – a technology outreach program for girls at the middle school level supported by Intel, Northrop Grumman, and Google.

NCWIT AspireIT capitalizes on a “near-peer” approach, giving middle school girls an inspiring, hands-on introduction to computing from high school and college women. Middle school girls learn programming, game design, robotics, and more at tech-related camps, clubs, and workshops hosted by K-12 organizations and higher education institutions.

Grant funding for NCWIT AspireIT programs is open to NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing recipients working in partnership with NCWIT Academic Alliance or K-12 Alliance member organizations. Grant recipients will receive up to $ 3,000. Detailed application instructions are available at Applications close on January 24, 2014, at 11:59 p.m. EST.

In an effort to amplify the impact of the initiative, NCWIT launched a fundraising campaign to support 30 sites and serve an additional 1,000 middle school girls through NCWIT AspireIT programs in 2014. Donation options begin at $ 10 and support a range of program components including toolkits, participant stipends, and goodie bags. Google has generously agreed to match donations up to $ 150,000. More information about the AspireIT fundraising campaign is available at

“Young women sharing their excitement about technology with younger girls is a win-win!” said Ruthe Farmer, Director of Strategic Initiatives of NCWIT. “Young women get the opportunity to 'pay it forward' as technical program leaders, while the middle school girls learn about tech skills from a near-peer role model.”

In its 2013 pilot year, NCWIT granted more than $ 100,000 to 24 AspireIT programs, providing more than 25,000 instruction hours to more than 800 girls in 15 states. NCWIT AspireIT is a component of NCWIT Aspirations in Computing, a talent development initiative designed to increase female participation in technology by providing structured, long-term engagement and support from middle school through high school and from college into the workforce.


The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) is a non-profit community of more than 450 universities, companies, non-profits, and government organizations nationwide working to increase women’s participation in computing and technology. NCWIT helps organizations more effectively recruit, retain, and advance girls and women in K-12 through college education, and from academic to corporate and startup careers. Find out more at

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Clearent Launches Reward4Schools Community Reward Program

Clayton, MO (PRWEB) June 26, 2013

Today Clearent, one of the nations fastest growing credit card processing companies, proudly announced a new partnership with Reward4Schools, a company that is revolutionizing marketing and loyalty programs by making it easy for small businesses to give back to their local communities and connect them to consumers.

Reward4Schools is a unique community program that offers compelling benefits to consumers, small businesses and local schools and charities. When consumers use their Reward4Schools Community Reward Card for purchases at local businesses, it automatically triggers donations from the businesses to their favorite school or charity.

The Reward4Schools card simplifies the cardholder experience because consumers only need to carry one card that can be used at all participating businesses across the U.S. Consumers who prefer not to carry any card can simply use their mobile phone number. This simple approach sharply contrasts other loyalty programs where consumers are required to have a separate card or mobile application for each local business.

Small business owners adopt the Reward4Schools program because it gives them a unique way to connect with their customers and grow their business. Businesses donate to local schools when cardholders visit their establishments and make purchases. The schools encourage their parents to patronize participating merchants who support them with donations, creating a virtuous cycle that benefits all participants in the program.

The Reward4Schools program also enables merchants to build a customer database to help them deepen their customer relationships and increase repeat business. Plus, Reward4Schools works with leading credit card terminals and POS systems without any special hardware.

When we first created Reward4Schools, our goal was to develop a program that would truly benefit merchants, as well as schools and charities, said Sonny Gartin, Founder of Reward4Schools. There are several rewards programs in the market, but Reward4Schools stands out from the pack because it helps the entire community.

Reward4Schools also provides an advantage for Clearents sales agents. The program gives them a new selling proposition where they can help merchants grow their business with a marketing solution not just lower their credit card processing rates. The program also helps merchant sales professionals create more loyal merchants, leading to increased lifetime residuals.

Were excited about our new partnership with Reward4Schools because it helps our agents and merchants connect with their local communities, remarked Dan Geraty, CEO of Clearent. Clearent strives to provide unique benefits not available from other credit card processing companies, and Reward4Schools is a great example of that approach.

About Clearent

Clearent is a credit card processor that was built to be different. We combine leading edge technology with a passion for service to help our customers maximize the value of their merchant services program. Clearent provides sales agents, financial institutions, and merchants with benefits not available from other providers, such as next day funding with a late cut-off time and unrivaled graphical, web-based reporting. The company has grown in excess of 100% for the past five years and now processes $ 4 billion in annual card volume. To learn more, visit or call 866-205-4721.

About Reward4Schools

Reward4Schools is a community reward program that was created with every community in mind. We combine cause marketing, cutting edge technology, and complete transparency to help our customers engage with their entire community. Reward4Schools provides schools, charitable organizations, consumers and merchants with a community reward program unlike any other. It also provides ISOs and agents with a unique advantage in the marketplace, allowing them to stand out from the competition. To learn more, visit or call 866.397.2457.

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NCWIT AspireIT Program Brings Girls into Tech during Critical Middle School Years

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) August 07, 2013

The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) has launched a new pilot program, NCWIT AspireIT, that addresses the lack of women in technology by actively engaging middle school girls with computing. NCWIT AspireIT pairs female high school and college computing students with local colleges and K-12 education non-profits to create and run technology outreach programs for middle school girls. NCWIT AspireIT is supported by Intel, Northrop Grumman, and Google.

In its 2013-2014 pilot year, NCWIT AspireIT will grant more than $ 100,000 to 24 programs -- including summer camps, after-school programs, clubs, and weekend workshops -- providing more than 25,000 instruction hours to more than 800 girls in 15 states. At full scale, NCWIT AspireIT is on-track to serve more than 8,000 middle school girls per year, providing high-quality, inspiring, computing education and outreach with long-term impact.

"The participation of women in tech is so dismal and the situation so dire that we need a big, bold approach that can scale to the tens of thousands, quickly, said Ruthe Farmer, NCWIT Director of Strategic Initiatives. NCWIT AspireIT has the potential to effectively double the number of girls taking high school technology courses in just a few years.

NCWIT AspireIT capitalizes on a "near-peer" approach, giving middle school girls a hands-on, inspiring introduction to technology from young women just a few years ahead of them in the pipeline. AspireIT participants also join the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Talent Development Initiative, which supports young women through each of the critical transitions along the pathway to a career in technology: from middle to high school, high school to college, college to internships or graduate school, and into the technology workforce.


The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) is a non-profit community of more than 450 universities, companies, non-profits, and government organizations nationwide working to increase womens participation in computing and technology. NCWIT helps organizations more effectively recruit, retain, and advance girls and women in K-12 through college education, and from academic to corporate and startup careers. Find out more at


ITEN Launches Entrepreneur in Residence Program for St. Louis Startups

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 02, 2013

ITEN, the St. Louis-based organization that provides programs, events and access to resources to accelerate early-stage tech venture success, announced today the launch of its Entrepreneur in Residence Program (EIR) for St. Louis tech startups, and named John Grispon as the organizations first EIR.

The ITEN Entrepreneur in Residence program is designed to accelerate the success of selected startups in the St. Louis region based on their potential and likelihood for success. Entrepreneurs in Residence are tech entrepreneurs with a past history of success, and are chosen to provide concentrated, hands-on coaching to individual startups. Serving as an Entrepreneur in Residence may also give participants a pathway to joining a fast-growing tech startup at the executive level.

The goal of each EIR is to help startups achieve significant milestones that include successful product launch, initial customer revenue and significant outside funding.

As the first Entrepreneur in Residence, Grispon will play an important role in shaping the program and positioning it as a valuable resource within the startup community. ITEN will build a team of EIRs who will accelerate many tech startups.

The Entrepreneur in Residence program is one of the most significant additions to our program offerings since we began more than five years ago, and we are very fortunate for the support weve received from the Missouri Technology Corporation to launch this exciting program, said Jim Brasunas, Executive Director for ITEN. We needed someone who would make an immediate impact and set a precedent, and we had a number of very qualified candidates, but we could not have asked for a better candidate than John.

Grispon has more than 25 years of experience in technology development, banking and finance, and sales and marketing, including key leadership roles in three tech startups. He is currently a Lead Mentor for the Capital Innovators Accelerator Program, and the Chief Operating Officer for Respondesign, which focuses on developing interactive health and rehab solutions. His career includes numerous stints leading growth initiatives for new and established companies. In the late 90s, Grispon led global strategy and business development for Microsofts banking and financial services team. He also led global business development for Corillian, a provider of online banking software acquired by Checkfree.

Im excited to be joining a key part of our expanding tech entrepreneur ecosystem, said Grispon. The new ITEN EIR role is additional evidence of the regions commitment to direct resources to help tech entrepreneurs thrive locally and Im delighted to be a contributor.

ITEN serves more than 220 startup ventures in the St. Louis area and involves more than 70 highly qualified volunteers. ITENs programs provide a roadmap for ventures, from concept through design, prototype, launch, revenue, funding and rapid scaling. Guidance from serial entrepreneurs, coaches, subject matter experts and community leaders help St. Louis entrepreneurs focus on the essential critical tasks of creating successful technology companies.

About ITEN

ITEN is an initiative of Innovate St. Louis, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation. As a catalyst of the IT ecosystem, ITEN provides unique programs, events, and access to resources that accelerate tech venture success. ITEN's programs form a venture roadmap from concept through design, prototype, launch, revenue, funding and rapid scaling. Guidance from serial entrepreneurs, subject matter experts and important community influencers helps entrepreneurs focus on essential critical tasks and avoid wasted efforts. Access to investors, key service providers and qualified talent means lower barriers to rapid growth. Designed by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, requiring neither payment nor equity, ITEN is a unique community asset and a proven route to venture success. Follow ITEN on Twitter at


OLP Announces Launch of New Information Governance Certificate Program

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 26, 2013

The Organization of Legal Professionals (OLP) announces the launch of their new Information Governance Certificate program. The 11-week course, which begins October 1st, focuses on the creation of an effective information governance leader to meet the needs of todays law firms. Courses focus on practical application skills to interactive scenarios in an interactive, web-based, live simulation environment.

Designed and developed by a leading industry professional, OLPs online Information Governance Program will provide intensive training that can be applied in a traditional or progressive law firm or in-house legal environment.

Program highlights include:


Brownells Donates to Iowa Valley Community College Gunsmithing Program

(PRWEB) July 16, 2013

Brownells The Worlds Largest Supplier of Firearms Accessories, Ammunition and Gunsmithing Tools is proud to announce its support of the newly created Iowa Valley Community Colleges Gunsmithing Technology program, located in Grinnell, Iowa.

On Tuesday, July 9, 2013, Brownells CEO Pete Brownell presented a check for $ 75,000 to MaryAnne Nickle, Dean of Iowa Valley Grinnell and Gunsmithing Instructor Dave Bennetts, a former Brownells Gun Tech. The money will be used to purchase machinery and equipment for the programs workshop.

We proudly support a number of educational institutions and programs across the country, said Brownell. Our involvement with Iowa Valley is extra special because its right in our own backyard, and pairs our support of education with our longtime passion for helping gunsmiths. Its also great to see a Brownells Gun Tech, Dave Bennetts, move on to fulfill his lifelong dream of teaching others his craft. We wish everyone at Iowa Valley the very best.

This is a major donation, said Nickle. It wouldve taken much longer to get this program up and running without it. Its very nice to align our program with an industry leader like Brownells. Between this relationship, our veteran instructor and our knowledgeable advisory board, the students will enjoy a great all-around educational experience.

Iowa Valley Community Colleges Gunsmithing Technology program still has openings available for its classes beginning August 26, 2013. The registration deadline is July 26, 2013.

Those interesting in learning more about Iowa Valleys new gunsmithing program are encouraged to visit their homepage.

Founded in 1939, Brownells is an Iowa-based, family-owned company that supplies more than 82,000 firearms parts, accessories, reloading components, gunsmithing tools, and ammunition to armorers, gunsmiths, the military, and shooters worldwide. In addition to their industry-leading 100% lifetime guarantee forever on EVERY product sold, their staff of veteran Gun Techs is available to assist customers with technical help to fix any gun-related problem - free of charge. There are no minimum order sizes or return/exchange fees. To place an order, or for more information, call 800-741-0015 or visit


Indonesian Diaspora Foundation Launches High-Impact Quarter a Day Program

San Francisco, California (PRWEB) July 31, 2013

Indonesian Diaspora Foundation (IDF), a nonprofit organization focused on helping underprivileged children get access to better educational opportunities, today announced the public launch of its innovative Quarter a Day (QUAD) program.

The QUAD program aims to equip potential donors with an easy, affordable and impactful way to help underprivileged children and others in need. With just 25 cents a day ($ 7.50 per month or $ 90 per year), donors can help underprivileged children in small villages in Indonesia go to school and provide underprivileged schools in Indonesia with computers and modern-day technology that help facilitate better learning.

Although the Indonesian economy has grown at an annual GDP rate of more than 6% in recent years, the countrys investment in education is still inadequate. With scholarships comprising only 3% of total public financing for education, many academically-capable but poor students do not graduate from high school or college.

As Indonesia enters the 21st century globalized world, education will become one of the most important components to building a vibrant economy and a resilient democracy, said Sonita Lontoh, IDFs Chairman. Education is the one great equalizer that can help overcome differences in background, culture and privilege. We at IDF hope to contribute in making access to education more readily available to poor students in Indonesia and hope you will join us.

Through the Quarter a Day program, IDF seeks to fund its flagship Computers for School, Foster Family One on One and Diaspora for Diaspora/Humanitarian Assistance programs. The Computers-for-School program seeks to equip underprivileged schools in Indonesia with technology to facilitate more effective and efficient learning. The Foster Family One on One program aims to help underprivileged families in poor villages in Indonesia send their children to school. Diaspora for Diaspora and Humanitarian Assistance program seeks to help those adversely affected by natural disasters and others in needs with humanitarian aids.

We are delighted to launch the Quarter a Day program, said Sukan Makmuri, IDFs President and Ben Rasyad, IDFs QUAD Program Director. The QUAD program enables donors an easy and affordable way to make a real impact. With more people joining the QUAD program, together, we will be able to help many more underprivileged children and schools in Indonesia. We hope you join us today and help spread the word to others, too.

To participate in the QUAD program and make a difference today, please visit

About Indonesian Diaspora Foundation (IDF)

The Indonesian Diaspora Foundation (IDF) is a nonprofit organization focusing on empowering Indonesian diaspora communities worldwide, strengthening the Indonesian educational system and providing humanitarian assistance. IDFs flagship initiatives include Computers for School, One-on-One Foster Family and Diaspora for Diaspora/Humanitarian Assistance programs. For more information and to get involved, please visit


Marble Media LLCs Badge Program for Tech Savvy Bloggers

FORT LEE, New Jersey (PRWEB) June 26, 2013

Marble Media LLCs blog site officials are inviting tech-savvy bloggers to join the new Tech Consumer Badge Program and write tech product reviews, to increase blog site traffic and monetization opportunities, and to earn votes that can be traded for prizes in TechConsumer promotional events. The rules are fairly simple, and all tech bloggers are welcome to participate.

One current promotional event is the Tech-savvy Summer Contest, which ends July 15th, 2013. Prizes include a $ 75 Amazon gift card for the tech blogger with the most votes, and a $ 25 Amazon gift card for the runner-up.

Bloggers can win votes by writing a review about an exceptional tech product that they use. Bloggers are required to cover the products pros, cons, quality and prices in their reviews, and include a photo of the product. The next step is to submit the review to Tech Product Reviews; every approved review earns the blogger 15 bonus votes. Every blogger who refers another tech blogger to will receive 10 bonus votes, and the referred blogger will earn 10 bonus votes as well. also encourages bloggers to use the Infinity Traffic Widget, which can automatically recommend relevant articles to their readers, and have an equal number of new visitors sent back to their site for maximum affiliate marketing success. Marble Media LLC also offers display ads and other money-making opportunities for tech bloggers who decide to partner with

We are only seeking partner sites with valuable tech-related content, says Marble Media LLC public relations representative Liz Ernst. Were looking for original and distinct websites that can be classified as blogs, with chronological and regularly updated posts.

Your websites content should be informational, helpful, and geared toward exploring technology and how it relates to daily life.

Additionally, requires participating blog sites to show an archive of the past two months blog articles displaying consecutive posts. The TechConsumer badge must be visibly displayed in the blogs sidebar.

For more information on the TechConsumer Badge Program, the Infinity Widget, or for any other questions visit the website or email info(at)techconsumer(dot)com.

About Marble Media LLC:

Marble Media LLC is a creator of high-quality, content-rich blog sites that provide expansive coverage of relevant information to readers who make up a wide range of demographics. The Marble Media LLC team of expert writers covers a wide range of specialties including travel, food, health, fitness, social media, marriage, parenting, technology, weight loss, fashion and much more.

For more information on Marble Media LLCs offerings and advertising opportunities, visit the website, or email sales(at)marblemedia(dot)com.

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Techzilla Unveils Blackberry Q10 Predecessor, the Z10, In Their New Buyback Program

Margate, Fla (PRWEB) June 18, 2013

Techzilla, a one-stop shop for all things tech, introduced their Buyback program back in April to keep up with the competitive (and lucrative) buyback industry and create an updated consumer place to sell old cell phones.

Buyback services for used smart phones have been especially popular due to the constant flood over the last few years of advancing new smart devices to the market. Techzillas Buyback program was put into place to meet the increasing consumer demand for selling old cell phones.

One of the programs more popular updates is the addition of the Blackberry Z10, created by Research in Motion out of Canada. The Z10 precedes RIMs hottest new smart phone, the Q10, which hit the US market June 6, to their assortment of advanced smart devices. The Z10 is the first of RIMs cell phones to be entirely touch-screen based, keeping it in tune with the order of the day. The Z10 is said to physically resemble the iPhone 4 but in the color black, and is the first Blackberry to run the Blackberry 10 operating system (the Q10 is now the second BB to do so).

The Blackberry Z10 isnt the first example of RIM tapping into touch screen technology. A number of smart devices in their previous Storm and Torch series featured their SurePress screen technology, which required that users tap the touch screen to select an item the same way they would with a button. SurePress was always accompanied by the Blackberrys all-too-known Trackpad button that is used to move about the cursor with the swipe of a thumb. The Z10 and Q10, however, have removed the Trackpad to make way for more advanced touch screen features.

"With new additions like the Z10 to the selling program, we hope to diversify our Buyback market and become more competitive within the industry for people looking to sell old cell phones." said Social Marketing Strategist Alex P. Buyback was originally focused on offering reselling services for consumers with Apple products and only featured iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices, including the popular iPhone 5, iPad Mini, and iPod Touch 5. Over the last month, however, Techzilla has been adding a slew of non-Apple smart phones to their platform as well in its hunt at becoming the best place to sell used cell phones.

To move on as more than just an iPhone buyer, and to lock the title of best place to sell old cell phones, Buyback has added other popular phone models from Motorola, HTC, LG, and Samsung, which can be viewed through their website. Techzilla has plans to open their first hands-on retail hotspot in Ft. Lauderdale sometime this summer. All the services consumers have access to online will soon be attainable in person, offering more answers to the new question, Where can I sell old cell phones?

About Techzilla

Techzilla is the one-stop shop for all things tech, supporting the evolving technology needs of consumers and small businesses. An experienced team of customer support agents is available around-the-clock to help troubleshoot and repair issues, as well as to offer gadgets and devices from todays leading technology brands. Techzilla also provides a dedicated platform to help educate and inform consumers on the latest tech trends and can guide its customers through tech purchase decision-making. For more information, please visit, or Techzilla is a subsidiary of the, which is also the parent company of, and EG Performance

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