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Author: Nitesh Patel
Publication Date: 11月 14 2022
Pages: 20
Report Type: Report, Word



US Mobile Phone Owners: Attitudes to Trade-In Programs and Refurbished Devices

Report Summary:

Trade-in programs and refurbished mobile devices can play an important role in reducing the telecommunication sectors’ contribution to global emissions and enhancing its sustainability. This report presents findings from a survey of 167 US mobile phone users and provides insights on their attitudes towards mobile phone trade-in programs and refurbished devices.
Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary. 3

2. Mobile Phone Trade-In Programs. 5

2.1 What’s Driving Mobile Phone Replacement?. 5

2.2 What Happens to Old Mobile Phones?. 6

2.3 Trade-In Concerns & Challenges. 9

2.4 Mobile Phone Trade-In Potential Outlook. 11

2.5 CSPs Best Positioned To Drive The Circular Economy. 11

3. Refurbished Mobile Phones. 13

4. Conclusions and Recommendations. 16

4.1 Extending Average Mobile Ownership Rates. 16

4.2 Capturing More Devices Via Trade-In. 17

4.3 Increasing Refurbished Device Sales. 18

5. Analyst Contacts. 19

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