Buy-back and Trade-in Programs Reduce The Weight of Subsidies for Mobile Operators

01 July 2013

Through buy-back and trade-in programs, mobile customers are encouraged to sell back their old smartphones to the operator in exchange for cash, service vouchers, gift cards and such. The second-hand devices are subsequently refurbished and sold back to other customers.

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