Smartphones are expensive. You’ll fork out over £800 for the newest flagship, and even more if you buy into the false economy of a contract (where the total cost of
Persistence Marketing Research has forecast that the second-hand market in mobile smartphones will experience huge expansion and grow to around $40bn in terms of global revenue by 2025, increasing from almost $20bn in 2017 and enlarging the global refurbished and used mobile phone market by almost 9% CAGR over the same period.
New isn’t always better, but there are some key issues to consider before you take the plunge. Naturally, the smartphone manufacturers would have you believe that a new phone is the best choice; that you’ll be missing out if you don’t have the latest camera/processor/emoji/virtual assistant button, all packaged in expensive Gorilla glass.
We’ll explain exactly what it is and bust some of the most common myths associated with second hand phones. So if you’re interested in making a saving by buying a used phone, read on!
For many avid gadget enthusiasts, Apple products are their kryptonite. Successful for their innovative technologies, it is perhaps their sleek design that make many of us willing to commit to