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AT&T Offering $100 Credit for Device Trade-Ins

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Apr 30, 2013, 2:04 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

AT&T today announced a new program that will let customers receive $100 towards new gear when they trade in an old smartphone, mobile hotspot, or tablet. AT&T says the trade-ins should be no more than three years old and in good, working condition. The trade-ins may come from any manufacturer and any other carrier. Customers who visit AT&T retail stores will receive a $100 credit on the spot, which can be put toward a new smartphone, smartphone accessories, or new service. Customers who wish to trade in devices that are valued at more than $100 will be credited the extra amount. The AT&T trade-in promotion begins May 1 and runs for an unspecified length of time.

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Tofuchong

Apr 30, 2013, 2:20 PM

Terrible Credit

So I'm guessing the maximum credit would be $100.00 no matter the device, that is the way the article is written.

Let me tell you, if you use T-Mobile's in-store device trade in program, based on the phone of course, you can easily get a larger than $100.00 credit.
Tofuchong said:
So I'm guessing the maximum credit would be $100.00 no matter the device, that is the way the article is written.

Let me tell you, if you use T-Mobile's in-store device trade in program, based on the phone of cou
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"At least $100" is pretty good, especially since it takes any phone made within the last 3 years. If you have a two-to-three year old phone that's not an iPhone, chances are you'd get less than $100 for it anywhere else...
In the majority of cases you are 100% correct, but I have a 2 year old AT&T MIFI device which cost me nothing, I just might turn it in for the $100. I sort of want the SGS4, and wanted to buy it outright by the price is higher then if I buy it, and t...
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