Used Mobiles

Atualizado: 13 de set.

Before beginning to read my blog, go around your home and see how many mobiles there are. Nowadays, most people have their current one, but more often than not they have a second cellular. Often the 2nd one is their previous model collecting dust, or being used for the sake of it.

If we ruminate over such input, we should come to the conclusion that tangible assets are laying around our houses or apartments when we could be using the proceeds from selling them to sustain other investments, day family trips, or going out for a splash up meal or binge.

Supply chain leaves many of those hoarders questioning how to get rid of their old cellular while more often than not it is accepted as normality to hold on to former models when often their market value could be exploited. It’s easy to purchase a new one from manufacturing branded stores everywhere we go in high street locations, shopping centers (malls), and online sales outlets. When there is an urge it’s easy to purchase new ones by credit card installments.


Some people make a living out of buying and selling used mobiles. From individuals selling their own on e-bay or classified ads in diverse channels to companies like U.S. Swappa, a firm founded in 2010 which is poised to enter the UK market. Swappa began as a side-project to build a better marketplace for buying and selling quality mobile devices. Safety, simplicity, low fees, and the "human factor" made Swappa different.


A new startup already open in England offers a user-friendly experience with all the bells and whistles. Doji is a frontrunner in the used mobile market. Doji presents cutting edge technology to buy and sell with absolute confidence. Its international CEO and Co-Founder, Fernando Montera is renown as a marketing extraordinaire for his ability to turn e-commerce businesses from rags to riches. Ease of operation is a big plus at Doji and support is readily available.


Don’t take my word for it, but rather make your own due diligence and get on the crusade to simplify your online experience.


Take care!

Prof. Carl Boniface


Vocabulary builder:

Sake (n) = used for the purpose of; in the interest of; in order to achieve or preserve. "The couple moved to the coast for the sake of her health" (syn) for one’s own good, or the greater good. Also known as the Japanese rice wine called sake. Can also be used out of consideration for or in order to help someone. "I have to make an effort for John's sake"

Ruminate (v) = ponder, reflect, contemplate, think over, chew over

Splash (n) = a sound made by something striking or falling into liquid. "We hit the water with a mighty splash" (v) cause (liquid) to strike or fall on something in irregular drops. "She splashed cold water onto her face."

Splash up (phrasal verb) = British informal spend money freely. "If you're really ready to splash out, book into one of the six private penthouse suites."

Binge (n) = spree (shopping extravaganza), bender (drink alcohol excessively), overindulge

Hoarders (n) = collectors, savers, accumulators, misers, stashers

Installments (n) = payments, repayments, parts, episodes, chapters, portions, parts, sections. 1. a sum of money due as one of several equal payments for something, spread over an agreed period of time. “She paid the second installment for the new TV.” 2. any of several parts of something which are published, broadcast, or made public in sequence at intervals. "Josh filmed the final installment of his bike trekking series today"

All the bells and whistles (idiom) = additional features or accessories which are nonessential but very attractive. 1. my car has all the latest bells and whistles. 2. additions, such as options or warranties, made to a financial product to increase its market appeal.

Frontrunner (n) = leader, head, favorite, number one, prime candidate, one to beat, likely victor

Rags to riches (idiom) = usually used to describe a person's rise from a state of extreme poverty to one of great wealth. "It was the old rags-to-riches fantasy" Can also be used to describe a failing business to highly successful one, or a functioning operation to our dynamic enterprise.

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