Sprint to Offer At Least $20 for Recycled Phones
Updated: clarified that the promotion is only available in select stores.
Sprint today announced that it will give customers who trade in an old device a minimum account credit of $20. The offer is valid in Sprint stores on November 15, which is America Recycles Day. Sprint said the $20 offer is good for any phone in any condition from any carrier. Sprint's existing buyback program offers customers up to $300 depending on the make/model of device being traded in, but it requires that devices are in good functioning order. This new promotion applies to all devices, including old and non-functional ones, though it is good for one day only. The $20 trade-in deal is available at select stores in San Antonio, Houston, LA, and NYC. Sprint said that it recycled 4.4 million devices during 2012. It hopes to beat that number this year.
Sprint Offering Two-For-One Lease On Samsung Galaxy S8
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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.
Verizon Intros Trade-In Program for $300 Off Flagship Phones
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Sprint Offering $200 In Credit for Trade-Ins
Sprint today is kicking off a limited promotion that will reward new and existing customers with $200 in credit towards a new device when they trade in a working smartphone. The credit can be applied to the Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy Note 5.
booo missed the select cities
but no...$8 for my 3 cheapys instead of 60
Is that $20 per phone?