Solavei?

Profile picture of the author momakmak by momakmak Posted: 09/25/2012
Im looking to get some input about Solavei.
Have you joined?
Have you recruited new members?
Have you gotten paid?

I believe I will join soon and then send out direct mailing to get the word out and hopefully some downline.

Please do not post your Solavei affiliate links on this thread!
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Chicas
    Chris Chicas
    I'm quite happy in making Solavei part of my mobile marketing business. It's pretty easy to pass on the info to others without doing any hard selling. I'm not sure if internet marketing is the most suitable for this kind of venture, but if you have business cards and pass them out everywhere you go - then you'll begin gathering people here and there.

    This program won't make you rich but it does pay. Matter of fact, Today for the first time I used the debit card they provide. So it works! ; )

    So again, direct mailing might not be the best approach, but give it a try for yourself. There is no large capital to invest and it's actually kinda fun.

    All the best of luck.
  • Profile picture of the author nmoppa01
    nmoppa01
    MLM and Network Marketing is a difficult business, you depend on your downline to earn money, most people who join are not active, especially if it is free to join.
  • Profile picture of the author CoachManny
    CoachManny
    I've been a part of it since early September. I love it!

    I have saved money and made money.

    I've used my Solavei Debit card multiple times.

    I believe that is going to make a lot of noise in direct selling and network marketing.

    Amazing!

    I have the service and this is a no brainer in my opinion.

    Manny
  • Profile picture of the author tyronne78
    tyronne78
    Originally Posted by momakmak View Post
    Im looking to get some input about Solavei.
    Have you joined?
    Have you recruited new members?
    Have you gotten paid?

    I believe I will join soon and then send out direct mailing to get the word out and hopefully some downline.

    Please do not post your Solavei affiliate links on this thread!
    I just wrote a Solavei review on my site about a week ago.
  • Profile picture of the author wagsgraphx
    wagsgraphx
    I was interested in them also. I've come to learn that they are not the only Mobile phone MLM out here. Do your research.

    Generally I'm not a fan of MLM, it seems the only successful people are the ones that are able to front load product on their downline.
    The really successful people are often ones who have brought over existing downlines into the new MLM opportunity or have bought existing downlines from other products and brought them over.

    If you are looking at MLM, make sure it's a product people need or are going to buy anyway. I think cell phones, coffee or any other consumable product might be worth a look, as long as it's price competitive to what the consumer can buy locally.

    Make sure you have a strong/successful upline, that is interested in seeing you become successful, not just in unloading product on you.
  • Profile picture of the author wagsgraphx
    wagsgraphx
    My concerns about Solavei are:
    1. How do people pay for one of the 3 phone choices they have?
    2. Prices for the phones are somewhere about $150 - $550.
    3. Are you targeting the same low income market that Cricket
    does?
    If so, see #1. I know people find the money for what they want often before getting what they need.

    Will the market be receptive to those 3 phone choices?
    Some phones already in possession by your potential client may be Soavei approved to switch over, but only work at 2g speeds.

    Will people be willing to pay early cancellation fees to switch over or are those people not your market?

    It will be interesting to watch this company's progress.
  • Profile picture of the author MLEWISJRONE
    MLEWISJRONE
    Question to those involved in Solavei how does it compare to My Lightyear?
  • Profile picture of the author wagsgraphx
    wagsgraphx
    Thanks for the detailed reply. The problem I see can be that people want instant gratification. They like walking into a store and walking out with a phone. How do people pay for their phone purchase? Does Solavei have a merchant account that you are able to use? How long does it take to get the phone?

    I think the more hoops you make people jump through the less likely they are to buy.

    What has been you most successful selling/recruiting method?
  • Profile picture of the author nmoppa01
    nmoppa01
    "There are people already making good money with it, trust me. I don't happen to be one of them yet but I will be."

    SAYS ENOUGH, lol, just propaganda
  • Profile picture of the author wagsgraphx
    wagsgraphx
    Like I stated previously, the big money makers are usually people who brought over existing downlines.
  • Profile picture of the author nmoppa01
    nmoppa01
    Originally Posted by wagsgraphx View Post
    Like I stated previously, the big money makers are usually people who brought over existing downlines.
    Yes, that is how MLM works, having large (but more important: active) downliners. Unfortunately they are scarse, the active ones I mean. MLM/Network Marketing is a tough business in spite of what people tell you on their sales pages.
  • Profile picture of the author CoachManny
    CoachManny
    Originally Posted by wagsgraphx View Post
    Like I stated previously, the big money makers are usually people who brought over existing downlines.
    In this case...the company is so new everyone has the same opportunity as the next.

    This is such an easy sell.

    I was printing up some flyers where I work and my best friend/owner saw the flyer and later asked me about it since his Sprint contract was up.

    Now he is signing up and so is his brother and so is another one of his employees and so is a friend.

    Who doesn't want to save money on cell phone?

    I broke my ATT contract and I'm coming out way on top over the next 12 months.

    He asked me how he should handle it and I said it would b best that those 3 sign up under him instead of me because he would get a bonus and he would get $20 every single month. It then was a no-brainer to him that his phone bill will net @$29/mo and he is not even working the business. his exact repsonse "That would help me".

    This is too simple,


    Manny
  • Profile picture of the author momakmak
    momakmak
    I will be joining this soon. I have a tmobile smartphone with 4g and I love their service.

    Before the t-mobile I was with sprint. Hands down sprint was the worst service I ever had. They were so huge on marketing their service but it was ALL lies. It would cut in and out everywhere in my town and the 4g was terribly slow.

    Anyone know how to get out of a contract? I still have my pops on my old sprint phone and he is cussing me out every day. LOL
  • Profile picture of the author seosoldier
    seosoldier
    Originally Posted by momakmak View Post
    I will be joining this soon. I have a tmobile smartphone with 4g and I love their service.

    Before the t-mobile I was with sprint. Hands down sprint was the worst service I ever had. They were so huge on marketing their service but it was ALL lies. It would cut in and out everywhere in my town and the 4g was terribly slow.

    Anyone know how to get out of a contract? I still have my pops on my old sprint phone and he is cussing me out every day. LOL
    I've heard that what you can do is just switch to the lowest service available which should only cost like $20/month. Not sure if that's true but it's worth asking about.

    Then sign up for Solavei (see my sig) and invite friends and family and soon you'll be making enough income to pay for the $20/ month on the old contract AND get Solavei free. The main thing is that if you live in an area where TMobile has good coverage (there's a map on my site) you will be getting very good 4g fast service, unlimited talk/ text/ and data and say good riddance to effing Sprint!
  • Profile picture of the author CoachManny
    CoachManny
    Anyone from Puerto Rico here?

    Solavei officially launches in Puerto Rico October 20th.

    Puerto Rico Promotion.
    In the month of October ONLY for NEW PR Members.
    Free Sim card - $29 Value
    Free 1st month of service - $49 Value.

    Wow. Solavei is going all out! There is only room for 1,000 guests at the official launch event in San Juan. Make sure to register EARLY as there are thousands of people wanting to attend.

    Company is growing fast.

    35K members and it's still so early.

    Thank you Solavei!

    Manny
  • Profile picture of the author dexignz
    dexignz
    I joined solavei with my own phone using a new number and the service has been great so far. The only thing I noticed is that if you use a phone that is not 4G then you won't benefit from the full network coverage. Example, I have an older andriod phone that's not 4g and sometimes my network was not available but when I took the sim card out and put in my newer 3g and 4g phone the signal was perfect. I've also recruited people in my network and their FAST Action Bonus is good and they pay! I recommend it.
  • Profile picture of the author stevet563
    stevet563
    Not so. I am in a group with a gentleman who saw it big and developed a total system with lead capture pages, personal blog, banners, email swipes, a virtual printer for cards and flyers, an online training portal, a youtube channel, and a daily conderence call. Do you think with all this in place it is all hype and "just propaganda"? I don't think so. As a matter of fact, I know he's making a killing.
  • Profile picture of the author stevet563
    stevet563
    do you have a link to the blog post?
  • Profile picture of the author TMercT
    TMercT
    This sounds awesome, I am looking into trying this out.
  • Profile picture of the author momakmak
    momakmak
    LOL, It has begun.

    Theres so many places to "hide" affiliate links.

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