New Trade-in Programme Can Save Over £10 a Month On Your Phone Bill at Buymobiles.net
A new trade-in programme – launched today at online mobile phone retailer Buymobiles.net – can save customers up to £450 on their mobile phone contract.
The programme means customers can now trade in their unwanted mobile at the point of choosing a new one, to effectively reduce its monthly cost and secure an even better deal.
Buymobiles.net launched its new trade-in programme in partnership with E-Giant, the globally-renowned, phone-recycling solution provider.
With E-Giant powering the programme, a wide range of devices in all conditions and age can be traded in. From fully working to faulty, as well as unlocked and network-locked phones, customers can now easily exchange old devices for cash at Buymobiles.net when buying a new one.
Trading in an iPhone 7 256GB, for example, could earn customers £250, which would effectively reduce the cost of a new 24-month contract mobile phone by £10.41 each month. An iPhone X 256GB would return even more at Buymobiles.net, currently valued at £450 (or £18.75 a month).
Jamie Tomlinson, Head of Digital at A1 Comms Ltd. – the parent company of Buymobiles.net – said, “Mobile phones cost so much money these days that even second-hand ones are still worth hundreds of pounds.
“We do our best to provide the best possible value for our customers, and with our new trade-ins they can now get every last penny of value from their mobile phone.”
Phil Henchoz, Commercial Director at E-Giant, said “We are delighted to be working with A1 Comms and its leading online brands to champion a trade-in solution that simplifies the process for all customers to be able to take advantage of.
“With the need for recycling and waste reduction ever more prevalent, this solution ensures unwanted devices provide a benefit elsewhere in the economy, as opposed to gathering dust in a drawer or adding to landfill.”
Customers can trade in their old mobile when buying a new one at www.buymobiles.net
from today, using the trade-in banner found on all handset pages.
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