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The GrAy-Team is drafted in at Tesco Phone ShopCreated by Lisa in Technology
go to link In an initiative that looks to do away with tech-speak and the hard selling clichés of the mobile store assistant, order a pilot scheme is today being launched by the retailer to help older customers with technology advice and purchases.
المستشار الخبير للفوركس Research has shown that many older generation shoppers feel bamboozled by jargon, generic confused by contract and tariff options, medstore and generally feel that sales assistants in some retailers don’t understand which phone fits their lifestyle.
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- They are more daunted by the prospect of buying a mobile phone than seeing their doctor or bank manager
- Despite 54% of tech-savvy over 50s using a mobile phone daily, taking the car to the garage or negotiating insurance are preferable to technology shopping for many
- Almost half (48%) say they feel bamboozled by jargon used by technology store staff
- 43% feel sales assistants don’t understand them when it comes to their needs and what fits their lifestyle
- Two in five feel patronised, uncomfortable or nervous when trying to buy new technology
- Almost a third (28%) avoid high street technology shops all together and shop online despite a large proportion of older consumers enjoying technology and its benefits
- Two thirds feel it is important to be up to speed with tech and over half (54%) enjoy learning about new advancements
الخيارات الثنائية وسطاء الجديدة 2017 In recognition of the unique talents of its older staff, Tesco Phone Shop has trained an elite team of ‘Super Silvers’ to tackle these issues.
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go to site Enrolled from the retailer’s workforce across the UK, the Super Silvers will be breaking it down for customers in a series of straight-talking, no-nonsense unboxing videos on the Tesco Phone Shop blog: blog.phone-shop.tesco.com.