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Looking for profit starved channel partners

It is rare that I use this site for anything that is deliberately self-servant. I hope you don’t mind that I am going to do that right now.

I want to tell you some exciting news about a brand new channel program for the QuickPhones wireless VoIP phone.

Over the last three months the QuickPhones offering has been winning bid after bid for us against more well known counterparts – at twice the profit.

You might think it’s crazy to open up these profits to others. Why not keep them all to ourselves?

Well problem is we can’t bid on all of the wireless VoIP opportunities that are happening today. But we do want to win them all and we can – but we need a limited number of channel partners like you.

You don’t have to be big. You don’t have to be well established. You just have to be willing to take advantage of a channel program that offers you the following:

  • Discounts of up to 50% off list
  • Street price protection to keep your margins fat
  • Sales and technical support to ensure your success
  • Market development funds to grow your business
  • Volume rebates to reward your accomplishments
  • SPIFFs for your organization to incentivize your efforts
  • Logistical services including blind drop shipments to save on your carrying costs
  • and a team of experts at VoIP Supply helping you along the way!

This is a channel program built for your success based on decades of collective channel experience!

To take advantage of this lucrative opportunity all you have to do is agree to the program’s terms, conditions and place an initial stocking order of $3,800 USD worth of QuickPhones product. Product which could resold by you for a minimum total profit of $1,250 USD. There will be no further stocking commitments thereafter.

With a program this lucrative you can imagine how quickly word will spread. Resulting in it quickly becoming another profit starved channel program. We don’t want to see this so we’ve placed a cap of 50 total channel partners for the near future.

Since announcing the program earlier this week we have already signed 10 new partners including well known retailer VoIP Link. We are expecting this number to quickly rise over the next few weeks as we continue our recruitment efforts.

So don’t wait. Once we hit 50 partners we will stop accepting new channel partners.

To sign-up for the program today email me at gsmith@voipsupply.com or give me a call at 716-250-3408.

There is money to be made in wireless VoIP. I look forward to working with you to make it.

Thanks for your time and attention.


P.S. If you don’t believe the hype read how the QuickPhones changed my mind about wireless VoIP phones then dig into the QA-342’s full specifications.

P.S.S. You should also read Where’s the money is wireless VoIP? and about a current need in the educational sector that you could deliver!

Garrett Smith

Garrett Smith is a Technology Marketing and Sales Professional

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Frank


    You/VoIP Supply should consider talking to the manufacturer regarding product “visibility”. That is, the QuickPhones QA-342 doesn’t seem to show up anywhere but at VoIP Supply when you Google for it. This in itself is not an issue.

    Unfortunately, VoIP Supply’s product information is, like most resellers, basic at best. And finding basic support documentation for the product is scarce at best. Once you do track down the manufacturer:


    the vendor requires you to fill in a form (and they’ll send you back a link) to do simple things like getting at product documentation.

    Most techies (myself included) balk at such constraints. It’s just plain silly to “protect” documentation to your products. What exactly are you trying to hide? Why would you not be open about what your product can/cannot do? And why do you need my email address when all I want to do is find out if your product meets my needs, has decent documentation, etc.?

    Sorry, but the moment I saw that, this product was a turnoff. It’s not the technical merits, but the attitude of the company behind it. As a customer, you don’t just buy a product. You buy the whole package.

    As a counter example from a recent experience, consider the folks at Data Robotics who make the Drobo (http://www.drobo.com). I wanted to research the unit as a possible purchase for my father. Documentation, video tutorials, etc., are all there for the asking on their website, no questions asked. I liked what I saw, so I ordered. Then I had an issue with the unit I received. So I called tech support (available via the web/email and an 800 number… another plus). Though I had an issue with the initial Drobo I purchased for my father, they were very open and their support was absolutely top tier. THAT is what sold me. Not just the unit’s technical merits, but the company behind it. I’m now considering one for myself.

    Quick Phones, however, does not give that impression. If anything, their site screams “go away”, offers very little useful information, and comes across like so many half-baked companies that don’t list their products specs or prices , but intentionally withold basic informating, wanting to get you to provide email and/or phone numbers so they can lambast you with sales calls. No thanks.

    VoIP Supply is doing a great job on their end, but they really need to nudge the manufacturer (who ultimately is responsible for the hardware) into better business practices. At this point, it wouldn’t matter how good your offer is. If as a reseller I would have to deal with Quick Phones in any capacity, directly or indirectly (i.e., ultimately VoIP Supply is at the mercy of Quick Phone for the actual hardware supply and quality control), I’d pass. The company simply is not transparent enough. Even if VoIP Supply intends to be the sole point of contact for channel partners, I don’t any decent tech who doesn’t want direct access to full product documentation.

    At the very least, try getting hold of all the product documentation and making it available on the VoIP Supply site.

  2. Garrett Smith


    Thanks for the advice. Let me see what we can do to help increase the transparency.

    In the heat of getting going you some times miss some small, but important details.

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