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MusicMagpie launches corporate B2B subscription service

MusicMagpie has launched a corporate device subscription service to enable businesses to rent and manage Apple iPhones and iPads for a monthly fee. With subscriptions starting… View Article

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MusicMagpie launches corporate B2B subscription service

MusicMagpie has launched a corporate device subscription service to enable businesses to rent and manage Apple iPhones and iPads for a monthly fee.

With subscriptions starting from £13 per month, they come with a standard term of 24 months and include an extended warranty, on-line management tools and a range of tailored support services. At the end of the term, the devices can be renewed, upgraded or returned.

MusicMagpie said the service will not only save companies time and money but will also support their ESG goals by extending the lifespan of devices.

The company is partnering with the IT managed services provider Utelize Mobile on the scheme and has also announced that the first customer is Stagecoach. The scheme will build on the existing ‘MusicMagpie Circular’ partnerships with Deloitte and Zurich, who are currently customers of MusicMagpie’s corporate recycling programme.

MusicMagpie Circular’ is managed by Matt Harrison who joined the business from Asda as chief development and partnership officer in May 2022.

Harrison said: “The economic environment facing consumers and businesses alike is increasingly tough and the issues of affordability and cash-flow constraints are being felt by many. Against this backdrop, our proposition of giving businesses a way to lower their upfront device investment costs through a monthly subscription, whilst also contributing to the circular economy, becomes increasingly attractive.

“With our consumer rental offering having grown to over 24,000 active subscribers at May 2022 and with Stagecoach already signed up as one of our first major corporate customers, we’re confident that it will prove to be a popular service for businesses who can now reap the rewards of renting too.”

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