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Want to Work From Home? Cell Phone Dropshipping is HOT!

 
cell phone dropshippingAnyone who wants to make a break for personal and financial freedom with a home business would do well to consider this idea: cell phone dropshipping is HOT!

Really, how many people do you personally know who do NOT have a cell phone? Hard to think of anybody, isn’t it? Cell phones have become de rigueur in this modern age and most of us would be lost without ours. This is what makes cell phone dropshipping such a fantastic opportunity and a promising niche.

Any time you have a niche product that is in great demand---globally---you have the potential for a successful dropship home business. Plus, to sweeten the pot a little, with the dropship business model you aren’t required to buy any inventory up front. In fact, you never have physical possession of the cell phones you sell. You only pay your wholesale product source when your buyer has paid you and then your product source handles all of the shipping and handling.

Eureka!

If you feel trapped in a dead end job and dreaming of getting out to be your own boss, but don’t have a lot of capitol to invest in a start up business…..you should be smiling by now!

Let’s look at some of these interesting stats, compliments of Mobi Thinking.

“At the end of 2012, there were 6.8 billion mobile subscriptions, estimates The International Telecommunication Union (February 2013). That is equivalent to 96 percent of the world population (7.1 billion according to the ITU). And is a huge increase from 6.0 billion mobile subscribers in 2011 and 5.4 billion in 2010.

Mobile subscribers in the developed world is rapidly reaching saturation point with at least one mobile subscription per person. Mobile penetration in developed nations is around 128 percent of the population. This means market growth is being driven by demand developing world, led by rapid mobile adoption in China and India, the world's most populous nations. Mobile penetration in developing nations is around 89 percent of the population, according to the ITU.

At the end of 2012 there were 5.2 billion mobile subscriptions in the developing world (76.6 percent of global subscriptions). Mobile penetration in the developing world now is 89 percent, with Africa being the lowest region worldwide at 63 percent.

Portio Research – in the excellent free Mobile Factbook 2013 predicts that mobile subscribers worldwide will reach 7.0 billion by the end of 2013, 7.5 billion by the end of 2014 and 8.5 billion by the end of 2016.

Over half of the world’s mobile subscribers are in Asia Pacific. Portio estimates that Asia Pacific’s share of the mobile subscribers will rise from 51.3 percent in 2012, to 52.3 percent in 2013 and 54.3 percent in 2016. By 2016 Africa and Middle East will overtake Europe as the second largest region for mobile subscribers.”

Can you see the possibilities in dropshipping cell phones?

This is a niche that is not going to dry up and blow away, or go out of style. This is a niche you can depend on for a steady flow of business for your dropshipping sales. Cell phones are in huge global demand and if you supply that demand, your home dropship business is going to make money. It’s just that simple.

Where can you dropship cell phones?

There are several viable venues, such as Amazon, eBay, Overstock, Bonanza and more. You could also start your own website or if you want your own store but are in a hurry to get started; use a turnkey service such as ProStores that will get your store up and running in a flash.

Wherever you choose to sell, cell phone dropshipping is a rich niche with a world of potential for big profits!

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