With other smartphone manufacturers.
Smartphone manufacturer, Oppo, has joined the mobile telecommunications industry’s official recycling program, MobileMuster, which provides a free take back program for old mobiles and accessories.
The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) CEO, Chris Althaus said, “The mobile telecommunications industry is delighted to welcome global smartphone manufacturer Oppo to our world-class recycling program.”
“MobileMuster’s members promise to keep old mobiles out of landfill and recycle them in a responsible, secure and environmentally sound way, placing reusable commodities back into the supply chain,” he added.
Oppo Australia CMO, Michael Tran with AMTA CEO, Chris Althaus
Oppo joins mobile handset manufacturers Microsoft, Motorola, Samsung, HTC, Huawei, ZTE, Alcatel and network operators Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and Virgin Mobile who work in collaboration to provide a free national recycling program to their customers.
Oppo Australia chief marketing officer, Michael Tran said, “As one of the world’s fastest growing premium smartphone brands, we are proud to join the industry-funded recycling program.
“Being part of this government accredited initiative gives us great confidence that our smartphones, batteries and accessories, once they have finished their useful life, will be recycled to the highest environmental standards. This is increasingly important to us, as we continue our triple digit growth in Australia. We need to be able to offer our increasing customer base an easy means to recycle our products.”