End User Insights around Device Reclamation and Recycling Program Participation: Mobile Phone and Device Recycling Survey-2Q 2015
Hot off the presses from Compass Intelligence is the Mobile Phone and Device Recycling Survey Report 2Q 2015, which provides end user insights around mobile device reclamation. According to the latest survey results, at least 30% of the respondents (sample size of nearly 900) said they had recycled, traded in or sold back a used device in the last year. They did so with mobile carriers like Verizon who offer trade in and early upgrade programs and retailers such as Best Buy. The report also includes information around online vs in-store channels and popular models sold back. In fact, 22% of the survey respondents who said they participated in a trade-in program did so by trading in an old iPhone. To find out more about consumer behavior around device recycling, including what might motivate more users to turn their phones back in, please check out this report.
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