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Overcart Introduces ‘Restored’ category for Pre Owned Devices

Overcart has introduced a new Restored category. In this category, one can buy preowned devices that have not only been rigorously tested for quality but have also been rendered a cosmetic retouch for the ‘as good as the new look.’

Overcart is a reliable name when it comes to buying refurbished and unboxed handsets. The company calls themselves a re-commerce platform and now they have launched a new
segment “Restored Devices” which are apparently “as-good-as-new.” The restored devices have been chosen carefully and further the devices
also undergo a series of testing process and also a cosmetic retouch.

Overcart assures that all the restored devices undergo a comprehensive 5-step quality screening process in order to ensure that the devices are not just fully functional but are also cosmetically appealing. With this sale Overcart wants to offer near perfect condition handsets at lower prices. All the restored devices sold on this platform will come with a six-month warranty which is facilitated through 60 centers across the country along with a 15-day hassle-free returns policy.

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Unlike the pre-owned devices sold across other destinations, Overcart’s restored devices come sans any cosmetic blemishes and include all the
accessories that one would get with a new device. Also, buying from Overcart will cocoon the buyers from possibilities of the device being stolen or tampered with. One needs to register
for the sale here and then wait for the sale to begin on December 13, at noon.

Here are some of the deals that will be included in the sale, HTC Desire 816 (Original Price Rs24,999) will be priced at Rs 7,499, Moto X Play at Rs 6,999 (Original Price Rs 17,499) and the Samsung range starts at Rs 1,999. Also, buyers will be able to purchase a pair of earphones from House of Marley worth Rs 1,290 at just Rs 1 (limited period offer.) I usually encourage people to recycle their phones at the end of its lifecycle as it would eventually result in lesser e-waste and a more sustainable ecosystem .

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