Zobox Retail Enters Used Smartphone Market with 5 New Stores
Zobox Retail Enters Used Smartphone Market with 5 New Stores

Zobox, India’s first renewed mobile phone and IT products retail chain, has made a revolutionary move by launching 2 stores at Nadiad and 1 store each at Pansora, Junagadh, and Savarkundla cities of Gujarat. With this, Zobox is all set to bridge the gap between the customers.

Zobox has tapped India's fastest-growing market for renewed or used smartphones and is determined to change the face of the renewed mobile retail segment in India by creating benchmarks in customer satisfaction in the retail industry.

The brand is providing excellent options for the customers and also aims to capture the unorganized Indian market in a highly organized manner. A wide range of products such as laptops, tablets, desktops, and mobile accessories besides mobiles is available on sale. This will empower customers to explore the electronic gadget of their preference.

Zobox Retail Enters the Used Smartphone Market with 2 New Stores

Neeraj Chopra, Founder, Zobox Retails Private Limited, said, “The main purpose of establishing Zobox is to organize the renewed electronics market. We are very different as a customer will get a bill in their name on the renewed mobile and the after-sales service will be given from the company’s service station.”

“Also, Covid-19 has pushed millions of users to buy more and more second-hand gadgets. The frequency of mobile usage has increased exponentially in the past year and people have engaged in their day-to-day activities. According to the study, 36 percent of the respondents invested in renewed gadgets due to the need for remote working, followed by requirements by family members. It also enables people to buy a mobile of their choice and in their budget,” he further added.

Zobox is planning to expand in the other states as well, targets to open 100 new stores in Gujarat in 2021, and plans to open around 2,000 stores across India in the coming 5 years.

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