Should we sell phones?
Should we also sell phones?
Obviously SIM free. But my feeling is there are two ends to this. One is the dirt cheap "burn phone" type Nokia 100 for £20 or so. These are great phones just for calls and texts and have the battery life of a [fails to find analogy].
We'd not expect them to break or be a hassle for repair/replacement.
At the other end of the market are things like the Somin phones. They are robust "Builder's phones", and they manage replacement for any sort of damage for 3 years for us. So again, no hassle.
I am wary of selling anything in the middle as they are likely to be hassle, one way or another. Maybe I am wrong.
What would people buy from us if we sold phones?
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