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Sprint Says Its Trade-In Program Beats T-Mobile's

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Sep 9, 2014, 9:25 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

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. T-Mobile on Monday said it would meet or beat competitors' trade-in programs, as well as give customers a $50 credit if they find a better deal. According to Sprint, T-Mobile's program is limited to one trade-in per line. Sprint's program isn't offering $50 in additional credit, but Sprint will accept up to three trade-ins per line and up to five trade-ins per calendar year. Further, Sprint customers can trade in old devices any time. Sprint offers up to $300 for trade-ins, depending on the phone and its condition, which can be put towards new purchases or account credit. Sprint has always been serious about accepting device trade-ins and has a significant recycling program.

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Sep 9, 2014, 10:29 AM

if they both say they'll beat the others prices...

How does that work? 🤨
The way it works is almost the same. That you will get top dollar for each trade in with either company. However Sprint just ups it to 3 trade ins at a given per line. As opposed to T-Mobile only offering for one trade-in per line. But as far as it g...
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