Sennheiser Launches Headset Trade-in Program

Sennheiser has announced a trade-in program for headsets. Businesses now have the option to replace existing headsets with Sennheiser’s SDW 5000 Series communications hub.

The company’s SDW 5015 and SDW 5016 headsets allow users to connect via desk phone, cell phone, PC, or other mobile devices through a unique base unit, accommodating high-quality communications from a variety of devices and environments.

Through this promotion, Trade In & Trade Up, businesses that purchase Sennheiser products from an authorized reseller can trade-in competitive (Plantronics and/or Jabra headsets) DECT or corded headsets and receive a cutting-edge Sennheiser SDW 5000 series headset at no cost. Similarly, business end-customers who utilize Sennheiser SD Series or D10 DECT headsets have the opportunity to “trade up” their past and new purchases to receive free unit/s of the new SDW 5000 Series headsets. The program requires eligible companies to purchase a corresponding amount of Sennheiser SDW 5015 or SDW 5016 headsets as part of the trade.

According to global service provider BT Business, 85 percent of callers who can’t communicate with a company on the first try won’t call back — evidence of the dire role that communications plays in growing the bottom line.

“Today’s workplace is rife with innovation. Consumers will no longer tolerate low-grade audio quality, which denigrates the customer engagement experience,” confirmed Tori Seliokas, channel manager, Sennheiser Enterprise Solutions. “Our new Trade In & Trade Up promotion makes it easy for companies to dismiss inferior audio quality, renewing their commitment to customers and facilitating a state-of-the-art communications experience. Our new SDW 5000 makes the promise of clear, consistent, and versatile audio communications a daily occurrence, instead of an anomaly.”

Headset models to be traded can be in any condition: new, used, or even damaged. This presents a significant opportunity for businesses to refresh and improve their communications networks by switching to Sennheiser’s headsets — receiving one such unit at no cost in the process.

“The Sennheiser SDW 5000 headset is not just a DECT product,” Seliokas added. “The device has been engineered as a communications hub to address the shifting variables of the contemporary workforce. This is an especially poignant feature since most users — especially tech-savvy Millennials now entering the marketplace — use different devices over the course of the day.”

The program runs until December 31, 2018.