Trading in your old smartphone or tablet for a newer model can be a great way to upgrade to the latest technology, save money, and reduce e-waste. However, there are a number of common misconceptions about trading in used devices that can prevent people from taking advantage of these benefits. In this blog, we will explore some of these misconceptions and offer tips for overcoming them.
Myth #1: My device is too old or damaged to be worth anything
The pandemic has left billions of people in the world short on money. In fact, many people can’t even afford to buy new phones. It’s not surprising that some people are looking for ways to get their hands on refurbished phones at a discount price.
But how does this work?
What makes refurbished phones so cheap? And is there any risk involved when buying used smartphones? Why do people buy used phones? What are the risks associated with buying refurbished smartphones? Is it worth it to buy a refurbished phone over a new one? How much money can you save by purchasing a refurbished smartphone instead of buying a new device outright? Continue reading “How refurbished phones can save you tons of money post-pandemic?”
The Indian economy is a buyer’s economy if we look at the growth in the number of smartphones manufacturer in the last 5 years in the country we would know why it is called a buyers economy. The growth of mobile phone manufacturers in India from 2 units in 2014 to 268 units in 2019. 53% of the new phones are being added in tier 2 and tier 3 cities.
This figure also highlights the hidden fact that also 18% higher numbers of phones are today being discarded and adding up to the e-waste. As environmental concerns today alarm everyone, we cannot ignore the fact that platforms that provide an easy and safe way to resale or recycle your old mobile phones will become more and more crucial to manage the environment friendly sustainability of the smartphone revolution.