comes CellSwapper, a service that lets you transfer cell contracts to desiring parties. The service is particularly useful since essentially every phone now comes with an oppressive two year contract.
The service takes advantage of the termination clauses that allow users to end their service if they can find someone willing to take on the remainder of the contract. It also lets the transferee avoid activation fees.
CellSwapper charges $15 for successful transfers. It’s sort of limited at the moment because there aren’t many people swapping yet, but hopefully that’ll change before June.
CellSwapper Solves A Very Annoying Problem [TechCrunch]