We give a one-year guarantee.— Felix Martin Aguilar, ReWare
ReWare refurbishes and sells a range of older-generation iPhones and high-end Samsungs.
Got R1699? That’s enough for a good-as-new, refurbished iPhone 4.
ReWare’s phones are sold in select Edgars stores and online through CNA.
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Even after a year or two you can still get a substantial amount of money for your device.— Felix Martin Aguilar, ReWare
ReWare is a 100% South African company.— Felix Martin Aguilar, ReWare
We buy from international markets in a wholesale manner. We can’t depend on local supply only.— Felix Martin Aguilar, ReWare
We’re not allowed to buy a phone that hasn’t had all the memory erased.— Felix Martin Aguilar, ReWare
There is a massive, very broad demand.— Felix Martin Aguilar, ReWare
South Africa is a very brand conscious society.— Felix Martin Aguilar, ReWare
We’ve had an influx of requests from the rest of Africa.— Felix Martin Aguilar, ReWare
For Apple and Samsung it’s a good way to get customers they wouldn’t otherwise have.— Felix Martin Aguilar, ReWare
We can offer around US$100 for a three year old iPhone 5.— Felix Martin Aguilar, ReWare
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