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Polish P4 introduces refurbished initiatives

Polish P4 introduces refurbished initiatives

In an innovative move towards a more sustainable future, Polish telecom operator P4, known commercially as Play, has embraced the circular economy by introducing a line of refurbished Apple smartphones in their retail outlets. This initiative, in collaboration with a specialist in pre-owned iPhones, marks a significant step in reducing electronic waste and promoting environmental responsibility.

Play’s refurbished iPhone lineup presents consumers with an eco-friendly alternative to brand new devices, offering five different models that cater to varying needs and budgets. The selection includes the sophisticated iPhone 13 Pro Max 128 GB for PLN 4,299, the professional-grade iPhone 13 Pro 128 GB at PLN 3,699, the compact iPhone 13 mini 128 GB for PLN 2,599, the versatile iPhone 12 64 GB at PLN 2,099, and the affordable iPhone SE (2022) 64 GB for just PLN 1,699, all without the commitment of a service contract.

By opting for these refurbished models, customers not only benefit from a lower price point but also contribute to a larger movement of sustainable consumption. Play’s initiative underscores the growing trend of tech companies recognising the importance of the circular economy, where products are reused and recycled, thus extending their lifecycle and minimising the environmental impact. This approach not only conserves resources but also offers a practical solution for consumers looking to make environmentally conscious choices.

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