Motorola Launches Plan Canja Motorola in Argentina to Reduce Electronic Waste and Promote Sustainability through Smartphone Buyback Program

Get up to 500,000 pesos off with trade-in of old cell phones

In an effort to promote the buyback and upgrade of smartphones while also promoting environmental care, Motorola has launched a new program in Argentina called Plan Canja Motorola, in partnership with Assurant. The company aims to give a new useful life to disused equipment and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by reconditioning 1,000 pieces of equipment.

Users interested in participating in this program can visit the official Motorola stores, including 8 Motorola Flagship Stores and 29 Motorola stores located in major shopping malls across the country. An advisor will inspect the condition of the equipment being traded in and provide an estimated value based on the model and condition.

Participants can trade in old Motorola, Apple (iPhone 7 and newer), and Samsung devices from various family lines for a new smartphone. The program also extends to damaged equipment, as long as it can still function properly. Additional discounts may be offered for premium segment phones, like the motorola edge 40 pro and motorola razr 40 ultra.

The values of the equipment traded in vary depending on the model, but users may receive additional discounts up to 10% if they choose a premium segment phone. The program also includes benefits such as interest-free installments and free shipping. This initiative not only benefits users by offering affordable upgrades but also helps in reducing electronic waste and environmental impact.

In an effort to promote the buyback and upgrade of smartphones while also promoting environmental care, Motorola has launched a new program in Argentina called Plan Canja Motorola, in partnership with Assurant. The company aims to give a new useful life to disused equipment and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by reconditioning 1,000 pieces of equipment.…

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