Have you ever sold or exchanged an old mobile phone?
If yes, you’re a part of a global industry that is estimated to reach $52.7 billion by 2022. In India alone, the used phones market is worth $10 billion, with device upgrade cycles becoming shorter by the day.
There are, of course, large used goods marketplaces like OLX, Quikr, and even Flipkart-owned 2GUD that allow consumers to take part in second-hand buying and selling.
But, Cashmen is an app that allows you to sell used mobile phones and tablets in exchange for instant cash from your doorstep.
Check out the app and read our review, here.
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