InPhonic is an online seller of wireless services and devices. They sell wireless services and devices through private labeled websites that they create and manage for online businesses, affinity organizations and national retailers, as well as through our their branded websites. The Georgetown-based firm sells wireless telecommunications service, wireless phones and accessories over the Internet. Customers can purchase wireless service and products from InPhonic's retail Web sites such as Wirefly.com, A1Wireless.com and VMCSatellite.com. Practically all of the company's revenue comes from its wireless sales and activation business, and the remainder comes from its satellite services business. The company has 475 employees, offices in the District, Largo and Reston, and partnerships with Amazon.com, Staples.com and AOL.com. Its main competitors are large retail chains such as Wal-Mart and Radio Shack.Inphonic, Inc., along with its subsidiaries, operates as an online seller of wireless services in the United States. It operates in three segments: Wireless Activation and Services (WAS), Mobile Virtual Network Enabler (MVNE) Services, and Data Services. The WAS segment sells and activates wireless service plans, devices and accessories, and satellite television service plans through its own branded Web sites, such as Wirefly.com, A1Wireless.com, and VMCSatellite.com; and through Web sites that are created and managed by the company for online businesses, member-based organizations, associations, and national retailers. Learn more about InPhonic at Yahoo Finance and The Washington Times.