The point of mobile device upgrade is an exciting time for a consumer. It means no longer having to put up with an old smartphone that is slow, has a battery life of about three hours, and displays the dreaded ‘storage full’ message every time they go to take a picture, or download a song.
The secondary market for mobile devices has matured significantly in the last 5 to 7 years.
The pre-smartphone days gave the secondary mobile device market a bad reputation.
Locked into two-year contracts for devices, any accident led to an inevitable trip to the carrier to receive a refurbished device. Malfunctioning refurbished devices caused reporters and bloggers to create content all about the dangers of embracing the secondary market.
Topics: Device Trade-in Solutions