How they do it: In recent years Nokia introduced multiple ”no frills” phones opposing the general smartphones. These phones allow their users to text and call but don’t provide access to the internet. In addition they have a great battery live.
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How they do it: Denner presents its products in a simple way, sometimes even in still on the pallets instead of on shelves. In addition it has only few or one options for every product choice and few brand products,
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How they do it: Automakers such as Ford started manufacturing no frills models to also target customer groups with low purchasing power. No frills automobiles often have only minimum convenience equipment, a less powerful engine and are fully trimmed on cost savings. Other areas of saving are for example less sound-proof material, plastic dashboards instead of rubber and less options to adjust the seat.
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How they do it: Craigslist functions as a simple classified platform organized by categories. The nature of postings is simple and straightforward making listing and finding easy.
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How they do it: Swatch introduced timepieces that transformed how people interpret watches. On average, priced at $50 to $100, these watches are fashion accessoires and are kept as basic as possible.
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