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Revolutionizing Sustainability: Motorola’s Plan Canja Program in Argentina Encourages Smartphone Upgrades and Environmental Care

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

Users can participate in this program by delivering their used devices as part of payment and receive a new smartphone instantly. There are 8 Motorola Flagship Stores and 29 Motorola stores located in major shopping malls across the country where users can take advantage of this benefit. An advisor will inspect the condition of the equipment being traded in and inform the user of the amount they will receive towards the purchase of a new smartphone.

The program applies not only to old Motorola devices but also to select Apple and Samsung devices. The value of the exchange will depend on the model and condition of the device being traded in. Users may also receive an extra discount if they choose a premium segment phone like the Edge and Razr models. Additional benefits such as interest-free installments and free shipping are also available.

Overall, this program aims to provide users with a cost-effective way to upgrade their smartphones while also contributing to environmental sustainability. It encourages users to recycle their old devices and make use of new technology in a more accessible and affordable way.

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