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Yettel Hungary joins the secondary smartphone movement

Yettel Hungary joins the secondary smartphone movement

Yettel Hungary is embracing the principles of the circular economy and sustainability by incorporating refurbished phones into their product offerings. These devices, which are of high quality and comparable to new phones, come with minimal imperfections, if any, and boast excellent battery life. They offer consumers the experience of a new phone at a fraction of the cost, all while contributing to the reduction of electronic waste and promoting more responsible consumption patterns. This initiative not only provides an economical alternative for consumers but also aligns with global efforts to create a more sustainable and environmentally friendly future.

Every phone in their selection is meticulously inspected and sanitized, both inside and out. Complete with a charger and cable, it’s prepped and primed for its new owner. The group recognises that manufacturing new phones consumes significant natural resources and precious metals. Opting for a refurbished phone is an excellent way to breathe new life into a device, ensuring it continues to serve and delight another user without the environmental impact of producing a new one.

Olga Szafonov, Director of Consumer Segment at Yettel Hungary states that “As ESG is an integral part of PPF’s and Yettel Hungary’s strategy we are happy that we could contribute with one small step to a greener future”.

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