Renewd delivers iPhones at Albert Heijn

Renewd delivers iPhones at Albert Heijn

Renewd, a Dutch used iPhone seller, partners with Albert Heyn,  the largest supermarket chain in the Netherlands. They offer the iPhone 13 mini and the iPhone 13 for €479 and €549, respectively. Both are 128GB and delivered for free in 2-3 days. A great deal from Renewd and their sub-brand 2ND.

Both models, in different colors, are under the VAT margin scheme. This means the consumer only pays VAT on the profit made from the device. The device must have been bought by a consumer in Europe and then sold to another person in the EU. This is a common practice in the used car industry, but it can be hard for big retailers and operators. Renewd’s smooth order processing definitely makes it easier for Albert Heijn.

As far as we know, this is the first partnership between Renewd and Albert Heijn. The supermarket chain used to have Forza phones. This collaboration opens up interesting possibilities for sustainable and low-cost alternatives on the telecom market, with the increasing demand for refurbished electronics.

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