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Buying refurbished cell phones can save money, and maybe the earth…

The more people recycle used cell phones instead of throwing them away, the better for the environment. You can purchase a refurbished phone at a cheap price, having savings up to 50% off the retail price, helping reduce the number of used phones dumped in the landfill and supporting recycling programs.

Here are tips about what to know before you buy a refurbished phone which should help you to decide whether you are interested in purchasing one.

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HTC myTouch 3G / Magic Unlocked Refurbished Phone, Android Smartphone

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Blackberry Curve 8520 Unlocked Phone, Refurbished (Black)

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LG Optimus G E970

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Samsung Galaxy Note II Refurbished AT&T Phone, Titanium Gray

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LG Chocolate VX8550 Refurbished Phone for Verizon & Page Plus (Black)

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Why to buy refurbished phones.

Buying refurbished phones is one of the best ways of replacing lost or damaged phone. If you have never considered why to buy a refurbished phone, here is why you actually should have.

Since 2007 people have spent more than $23.5 billion worldwide to fix their damaged smartphones. A cracked screen or water drops happen more often than anyone could expect and cost big money. Sometimes services fixing damages caused to our phones are so expensive that we start to think if buying a replacement device wouldn’t be a wiser step. High cost associated with buying and fixing a top flagship resulted in a big change observed in our approach to buying phones. One of the most frequently chosen ways of getting a new phone is purchasing a refurbished device. It helps save more than just a few bucks and get either a recent flagship at considerably low price or a replacing phone for cheap.

Want to save money?

First of all, refurbished phones are significantly cheaper than the new ones offering savings between 10 – 30%. Want an example? Here it is. Imagine that you have recently bought a the latest generation iPhone from your wireless carrier and one day busy with home chores you didn’t notice that it somehow drop into your dishwasher. After a cycle of washing it became nothing more than a pricey paperweight. In such case you have two options to choose among: either to buy a new iPhone from your carrier, for which if you not eligible for an upgrade program a carrier will charge you a whooping price of $749, or buy a refurbished model from third party vendors priced for $629 or sometimes even less.

If you decide on buying a refurbished phone, you will be able to save over a hundred dollars. Such devices, although being second-hand products, still carry a new-like condition with just minor cosmetic flaws. Remember that when getting yourself a second-hand phone you don’t have to sacrifice quality for cost.

Your smartphone is broken, stolen or simply got lost?

About one in four smartphone users states that a lost, stolen or broken handset is the main reason for their searching for a replacement phone. And this makes purchasing refurbished devices one of the most practical and the same cost-efficient solution. Above all however, while buying refurbished phones, you will avoid carrier’s long term contracts, which means that there’s no contract and no hidden fees.

Your child’s first smartphone.

Your ten-year old kid wants a cell phone? You’re not the only one. A recent report revealed that statistically about 60 percent of parents give their children their first own cell phones at the age 10 or 11. What’s more the omnipresent technological progress and marketing campaigns of course make even younger children crave for a brand new shinny iPhone. But children do not realize the responsibility of owning an expensive phone or the costs of replacing it when it breaks or get lost.

Hence, a brand new phone may not work well as a first phone for our children. In such a case purchasing a refurbished phone may come as the best alternative. Our kid will get a phone he or she has dream about without causing much harm to our budget.

If all these haven’t convinced you, we have one more reason for refurbished phones you should consider. Last but definitely not least, buying refurbished phones is also one of the best ways of replacing a phone for all those eco-conscious customers who care about the future of our planet. We simply give a second life to objects that most probably will land on landfills.