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  • 2.5.2018
    We’ve reached peak smartphone. What are Apple and Samsung going to do now?
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    Source: New Zealand Herald
  • 2.5.2018
    Mobile Device Trade-in market reaches over $2 billion
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    Source: Telecompetitor
  • 2.5.2018
    US consumers reap $2 billion from trade-in
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    Source: Mobile World Live
  • 1.31.2018
    HYLA Mobile: Mobile device trade-in programs returned more than $2bn to customers and consumers in 2017
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    Source: PR Wire
  • 11.28.2017
    Top 50 Most Admired CEOs of 2017

    HYLA’s Biju Nair selected as one of the most admired CEOs of 2017.

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    Source: The Technology Headlines
  • 10.27.2017
    The Key to Accelerating Sustainable Practice? Find a Model Where Everyone Wins

    The global mobile industry has become increasingly aware of its responsibility to drive green and sustainable working.

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    Source: The Fast Mode
  • 10.11.2017
    Soaring prices fueling smartphone trade-ins

    Device owners are increasingly aware of the value of old handsets when it comes to upgrade time, making it essential for operators and retailers to meet their needs, according to Biju Nair, CEO of device trade-in company Hyla Mobile.

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    Source: MOBILE WORLD LIVE
  • 9.26.2017
    2017 WEBAWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT in Web Development

    HYLAMobile.com wins the 2017 WEBAWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT in Web Development.

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    Source: Web Marketing Association
  • 8.31.2017
    Congressman DesJarlais caps tour of 4th District with visit to ‘Feed the Children’ in Rutherford County

    After a week touring military installations across Tennessee and Alabama, Congressman Scott DesJarlais, M.D., visited Feed the Children’s distribution center in La Vergne today. The international charity packs and ships food to needy families nationwide, as well as school supplies to teachers nearby.

    Rep. DesJarlais discussed Hurricane Harvey relief with volunteers, later visiting high-tech employer HYLA Mobile in La Vergne and Tennessee Oncology in Murfreesboro.

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    Source: Herald Chronicle
  • 8.28.2017
    THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION CAN HAPPEN EVERYWHERE

    If you want to open a high-tech operation, you better go to a high-tech area.  Silicon Valley; Bangalore, India; Shanghai, China; Dublin, Ireland.  These all conjure up visions of high-tech operations, well trained work forces, and cutting-edge technology.  However, are we limited to only these areas?  Why can’t a high-tech operation flourish in an area not normally considered high-tech?  In fact, I believe the very technologies that these high-tech hotbeds are famous for are exactly what can enable high-tech operations in other locations.

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    Source: Global Information Infrastructure Commission