AT&T Offering $100 Credit for Device Trade-Ins
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.
Verizon Bundling Free TV with LG G6
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Sprint Says Its Trade-In Program Beats T-Mobile's
Sprint today matched T-Mobile's move to increase the appeal of its trade-in program. Beginning immediately, Sprint will meet or beat all AT&T's, T-Mobile's, and Verizon's buyback pricing on all new lines of service to ensure the best trade-in values.
Apple to Start Accepting Android Phones As Trade-Ins
Apple is making it easier to buy new iPhones by expanding the selection of phones it will accept as trade-ins. The new program is called Trade Up With Installments and lets people hand over an old phone when buying a new iPhone.
Verizon Intros Trade-In Program for $300 Off Flagship Phones
Verizon Wireless today said customers can trade in an old flagship smartphone for up to $300 off a new flagship smartphone. The promotion is limited to certain handsets.
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.
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