Virgin Mobile takes old gadgets to give new ones

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 Fouad Halawi, CEO, Virgin Mobile Saudi Arabia
Fouad Halawi, CEO, Virgin Mobile Saudi Arabia


Virgin Mobile Saudi Arabia is offering those wishing to buy the latest smart phones and electronic devices to trade in their used or broken phones/devices and receive a coupon for the device’s worth which can be redeemed it at any of the company’s branches, according to a report by The Saudi Gazette.

Customers who wish to benefit from this offer can visit Virgin Mobile stores in Saudi Arabia in Tala Mall in Riyadh, Aziz Mall in Jeddah, Noor Mall in Madinah, Jubail Mall in Jubail and Makkah Mall in Makkah.

“We at Virgin Mobile constantly seek to provide unique and innovative offers that fit the needs of the Saudi society in general and the youth in specific. We designed this offer to enable customers to update their smart phones and electronic products in a suitable manner and for the best value possible whilst making use of their old devices,” said Fouad Halawi, CEO, Virgin Mobile Saudi Arabia.

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