LightYear Wireless Introduction
LightYear Wireless is a wireless communications service provider that sells wireless service as well as cell phones. It is what is known as a “mobile virtual network operator” or MVNO. As such, LightYear sells wireless services to customers but does not own the wireless towers or the radio frequencies. Essentially, LightYear buys other services wholesale according to their customer volume, and then re-sells the services to end-users. Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, the company was founded in 2008 and has long-established relationships with both the Verizon and Sprint networks.
LightYear Wireless Product’s
LightYear’s product virtually sells itself since it is one that every customer immediately understands and may immediately need: cell phones and the wireless plans that go with them. Like many wireless phone service providers, LightYear offers both pre-paid plans with no checking of a customer’s credit history that amount to a “pay-as-you-go” type of service, and a conventional 2-year contract plan that requires a credit check but that is less expensive. Both cell phone service plans and the cell phones to go with them are ordered online, significantly slashing LightYear’s overhead in tandem with LightYear’s not-so-secret-weapon: an army of network marketers.
LightYear Wireless Compensation Plan
Representatives own their own business and are paid by their performance and that of their recruits. The LightYear opportunity is Mult-Level Marketing in that the serious money to be made comes when representatives recruit other representatives to join their team. A “Fast Start Bonus” compensates a representative for recruiting other marketers with up to $295. Representatives are also paid “customer acquisitions” bonuses. All bonuses are paid out weekly, making LightYear a healthy source of steady income for a busy marketer. The residual income to be made in the business comes directly from the tree of marketers, all of whom get free cell phone service, that grows underneath a marketer over time.
LightYear Wireless Summary
The strong point with LightYear is that it’s an MLM with a strong Web presence. “Ho-hum” you might say, but in MLM that might means a lot. Marketers can focus on leveraging the Internet to make sales, and customers log in and do most of the work themselves. No papers to sign in triplicate, no sweating for the signature, a lot less shoe leather. Once a customer is signed on, the service earns commissions for the marketer for as long as the customer keeps the service. This point is the salient feature: LightYear and its representatives are selling what’s called a service with a “pain of disconnect”. And, in Multi-Level Marketing, that translates into Cash.
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