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Mobile Labs Introduces New Device Refresh Subscription Program

The device refresh program will enable testing teams to swap out devices required for app testing

ATLANTA – September 23, 2019Mobile Labs, a leading provider of mobile device clouds to Global 2000 mobile developers and testers, today launched a yearly, subscription-based device refresh program for enterprise mobility teams leveraging the organization’s GigaFox™ Red and GigaFox™ Silver mobile testing solutions.

Mobile Labs’ device refresh program will enable mobile development and QA teams to swap out or exchange older mobile devices for new models once they become available. Or if testing teams need older devices for app testing, subscribers of the program can enlist Mobile Labs to locate and acquire these devices.

The device refresh program features three subscription levels – silver, gold and platinum – with the silver package automatically included for GigaFox Silver customers. Depending on the number of devices being used, this program allows customers to exchange a certain number of devices per year. All devices acquired by Mobile Labs under this program are also under warranty and will be replaced at no charge to the customer if they are no longer functioning properly.

Last week, Mobile Labs also announced the launch of its GigaFox Family Testing Suite, including both GigaFox Red and GigaFox Silver. Both solutions make mobile devices easily accessible via a privately hosted cloud environment for easier device management and access for mobile app development and quality assurance teams regardless of geographical location.

“Due to the time and effort it can take for mobile developers and engineers to purchase and replace devices, we wanted to offer a program that makes it easier for development and testing teams to keep up with the latest technology,” stated Margaret Heberling, vice-president of worldwide sales for Mobile Labs. “Our new device refresh program will remove the stress of keeping devices up to date and make it easier to locate older devices so our customers can focus on what they do best – building and testing high-quality apps.”