I like my phone case and all, but I want a different look every now and then. Luckily Phone Case of the Month has you covered so you can sport a new look for the handheld device you can’t live without. iPhone 6+ case pictured – this subscription produces cases for iPhones and the Samsung Galaxy.
Phone Case of the month is a nice simple service. You get a new phone case every month and it comes with a cool carrying pouch. They print only 200 of each design
There isn’t a whole lot Phone Case of the Month needs to put on the description card. The name of the case and what to look for on the site is really all you need.
Recharge Your Batteries is the theme of this month. A robot that younger people may feel is reminiscent of Wall-E but I was picturing this robot hanging out with Steve Guttenberg and Ally Sheedy. The use of color really pops well and will definitely get some looks for your phone. You can download matching wallpaper from your subscriber area, too.
This is a very fun service provided by Phone Case of the Month. When buying your phone, it’s important to get a case for it and for those that like to mix and match accessories, this service could come in handy. It is also great that the subscription service is only $10 per month!
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The Description: A limited edition phone case every month for only $10. Only 200 printed and all designs are exclusive to this subscription. Each package includes a one of a kind phone case as well as neat little surprises such as stickers, temporary tattoos, unicorns, and who knows what else! Now has Samsung Galaxy in addition to iPhone cases.
The Price: $10.00 per month
The Categories: Jewelry & Accessories Subscription Boxes, Subscription Boxes for Teens & Tweens. Phone Case Subscriptions, Subscription Boxes for Teen Girls, Subscription Boxes for Teenage Boys.
The Reviews: See all our Phone Case of the Month Reviews.
I totally thought of Short Circuit too when I first saw it. I’m aging myself. 😉