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Great tech shouldn’t cost the Earth.

Our obsession with having the latest iPhone the second it drops is creating mountains of e-waste.

Perfectly good, high-spec handsets are gathering dust in a drawer, or going to landfill missing the chance to find a new home. We're on a mission to rehome 100 million devices by 2030.

Rebox, rehome, repeat.

save the planet

Our planet friendly promise

For every phone we rehome, we aim to make it carbon positive by planting 10 trees and paying to offset its lifetime CO2 emissions.

Why reboxed?

Better for your pocket, better for our planet

Better value

A reboxed phone is up to 40% cheaper than buying new. And when you rebox your old phone, we pay you top whack.

Planet friendly

We make each phone carbon neutral by paying to offset its lifetime emissions. And every time you buy reboxed, you’re also planting 10 trees.

TechCheck® certified

All our devices are quality tested, certified and come with a 15 month no quibble guarantee.

No drama

Pick-ups and drop-offs, to and from your door. Get a quote in seconds, and cash in or swap the same day.

There are more phones than humans on the planet.

We're fighting the 50 million tons of ewaste dumped each year. We're here to transform the way people buy, sell, and think about tech.

Our Mission

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