An additional $55 million returned to consumers in 2017 compared to 2016, despite them holding onto devices for longer 31 January 2018 – Mobile device trade-in programs put $2.156 billion back in the pockets of US consumers in 2017, an increase of $55 million from 2016, illustrating the growing momentum of the global used device ecosystem.

This is despite consumers choosing to hold onto their devices for longer (more than two months on average) than…

Source: RealWire

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