MLM Wireless News: Is FDI International just another Global Verge, or is there something solid behind their new Telecommunication Services?
Now, since I don’t have a background in telecommunications I am going to stay just to some specific facts and let the pros sort out what is on the FDI Video below.
But, in watching it, I do have some very important questions which we need to see answered in this months FDI International Convention.
Well, the first thing I saw was the comparison between health & wellness, and the cosmetic industries which MLM have a strong foothold.
However, unlike the two industries above, the telecommunication industry is not a fragmented industry. It’s dominated in the USA by four major companies, and they lease their lines to all other companies. And worldwide it’s even a tighter industry (at least in the most industrialized.
In the health & wellness and the cosmetic areas people buy a brand based on emotional connection. In the telecommunication field people buy based on price. So if FDI’s propaganda of $10 unlimited plans are real, they might blow away them competition just on price alone.
Here are the questions this video brought to my mind, which need to be answered by the end of the FDI convention.
1. What does it mean “we are a true telecom company? Are they licensed through the Federal Government?
2. What are the 62 countries they are already approved to do business in?
3. Where are the phones? This is big since they merged with an existing company GI Connect.
4. What is the $99 registration fee for?
These may seem small, but with what we have witnessed with Global Verge, I beleive these are valid questions. Even from a company as old as FDI.
Now, I respect the leadership of this company, and especially their outside counsel Gerry Nehra, I do not beleive they are trying to pull a fast one. But I do want answers.
I want to see videos coming out of their convention and placed on YouTube so we can all witness the teleology, phones and most of all normal people using them.
What I would really love to see, is a 3rd party tech professional from a well known industry magazine or blog like TechCrunch.com using the service.
Soon we will know!
Never Give Up,