Are you in the market for a new phone but don’t want to break the bank and compromise on quality? Have you considered buying a renewed phone? Before you dismiss the idea, let’s talk about why buying a renewed phone is better than buying a brand new phone
The Lowdown on Renewed Phones: What are they and Why You Should Consider Buying One?
First things first, what is a renewed phone? Simply put it’s a pre-owned device that has been thoroughly data-wiped, when needed provided with new parts from original manufacturers and subsequently meticulously inspected to ensure as-new quality. This is done by our MoPhones partners, mostly in Europe and the US.
Some people might be hesitant to buy new a renewed phone but let me tell you it can be the smart choice – and not just for your wallet. Every MoPhones renewed phone is guaranteed to be fully functional and comes with a one year warranty.
Last but certainly not least is the benefit a buying a renewed phone has on the environment, Well it’s simple. Renewed phones help the environment by reducing electronic waste. when you toss out your old phone, it contributes to heaps of electronic waste that harm the planet. By getting a renewed phone you are taking steps towards a sustainable future.
They also support the circular economy. it’s like this, instead of making new phones, we take existing ones and restore them to be as good as new. It’s a way of keeping resources in use for as long as possible.
Renewed Phones Vs New Phones: They key difference you need to know
Let’s start with the key difference between renewed and new phones. A renewed phone is a used phone that has been restored to its original condition by the manufacturer or a third-party refurbisher. This process usually involves replacing any damaged or worn-out parts and thoroughly testing the device to ensure it meets the original manufacturer's specifications. Renewed phones often come with a warranty and are sold by reputable retailers.
On the other hand, a second-hand phone is simply a used phone that is being sold by an individual or a reseller. There is no guarantee that the phone has been tested or restored to its original condition, and there is no warranty provided. Second-hand phones may be sold through online marketplaces, classified ads, or local shops.
Cost: Why Renewed Phones are like the Ultimate Steal
The price difference between a renewed phone and a brand new phone is significant (up to 50%), and who doesn’t love a good deal? Buying a renewed phone is like finding the ultimate steal. Sure it’s been pre-owned but with a little TLC, our partners managed to make it look and perform just like NEW!! Plus you get to brag to your friends about how you got such a great phone at such a great deal.
Functionality & Durability: Why Renewed Phones Are Like a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes (But Cooler)
But what about functionality and durability? Won’t a renewed phone be slower or have a shorter battery and break down sooner than a brand new phone - I hear you screaming through your phone. Not at all. Renewed phones go through rigorous testing and repair to make sure they work like new. Think of buying a renewed phone like witnessing a phoenix rising from the ashes. With some expert care and where needed some replacement parts, it’s reborn and is ready to take on the world. Plus let’s face it, owning a phone that has been reborn is like having your very own superhero in your pocket.
We trust our phones so much that we back them up with a one year warranty. Every MoPhones device is guaranteed to be 100% functional. It is the logical option.
Warranty: Why Renewed Phones Are Like a Reliable Sidekick (With Backup)
Finally, let’s talk about warranties. You might assume that a renewed phone doesn’t come with a warranty, but you would be WRONG!! Globally, reputable sellers offer warranty like us on their renewed devices. Think of a renewed phone like a reliable sidekick; it’s got your back when needed. And with backup options like phone insurance or extended warranties, you can have peace of mind knowing your renewed phone is covered.