XtraCover has announced the launch of SellNCash, which is claimed to be India’s first e-auction house for old smartphones. This website will allow consumers to sell their old devices. The auction house is available for smartphone users in Delhi and NCR that offers the best market value from partner local businesses across the city. It is common for smartphones to become outdated, gathering dust in drawers or cluttering shelves and ultimately generating electronic waste. XtraCover addresses the issue and embarks on a mission to transform the smartphone resale landscape with SellNCash, a one-of-a-kind platform that guarantees convenience and profitability for smartphone users.
How the auction model will work
Simply put, the platform offers the convenience of a free doorstep pickup service to customers and they no longer have to get into the hassle of venturing out to find a buyer for their smartphone. SellNCash has a team of experts who arrive at the customers’ doorstep to evaluate their devices and start the live auction process.
Furthermore, the auction model is focused on providing twin benefits. It ensures that consumers receive the best market value for their old smartphones, with bids driven up by healthy competition among local businesses. Additionally, the swift and dynamic nature of the 5-minute auction means that consumers can promptly conclude the sale and get an instant payment for their device. At the conclusion of the auction, SellNCash guarantees the customers to fetch up to 75% of the value of their smartphone at the time of purchase. “XtraCover is proud to introduce India’s first auction house for old smartphones, addressing the needs of consumers in Delhi and NCR. This initiative completes the loop of making XtraCover an omnichannel e-commerce enterprise. We invite smartphone users in Delhi and NCR to join us in this transformative journey and we also look forward to expanding the auction model to 5 more cities across India in the next 3 months and be present in 15 cities by the end of 2023,” said Sourav Gupta, CEO at XtraCover.