Every wonder what to do with that old phone when you upgrade? Sure selling it on ebay or Cragislist is an option, but how can you be sure you won’t be ripped off. Thanks to Verizon Wireless those days are over. The Newly launched In Store Trade-In program will give you a instantly redeemable gift card for up too $300 dollars. How much you get depends on the make, model and condition of the phone you are trading in, Not only does this put some more green in your pocket it also helps protect the environment from all the waste of millions of cell phones. Not worried about the environment? How about the fact that these devices will go to help victims of domestic violence. Check out the complete review after the break.
SHOW YOUR LOVE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT WITH THE VERIZON WIRELESS IN STORE TRADE-IN PROGRAM
Trade In Your Old Device and Receive a Gift Card at all Verizon Wireless Communications Stores
BASKING RIDGE, N.J. – This Valentine’s Day, Verizon Wireless encourages customers to share their love for the planet by participating in the newly launched In Store Trade-In program. Through the program, customers who are purchasing a new device can trade in their no-longer-used wireless devices at any Verizon Wireless company-owned store and kiosk nationwide and receive a Verizon Wireless gift card in exchange for their devices.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), only 10 percent of cell phones are recycled in an environmentally sound way. To help address this issue, Verizon Wireless has made it easy for customers to bring no-longer-used wireless devices into their local Verizon Wireless store or kiosk for a quick evaluation by a Verizon Wireless representative. Depending on the make, model and condition of their trade-in device, eligible participants can receive an instantly redeemable gift card of up to $300 for use toward the purchase of a new phone, tablet or accessory – or toward their Verizon Wireless bill.
“We recognize that customers want to get all of the value they can from the devices they’ve already purchased,” said Robert Miller, vice president of marketing, Verizon Wireless. “Verizon Wireless’ In Store Trade-In Program is a great way to give them that value.”
Individuals also can donate their no-longer-used cell phones to the long-running HopeLine® from Verizon program, which collects wireless devices and accessories to support victims of domestic violence. Since the October 2001 launch of the national cell phone recycling program, HopeLine has collected more than 9 million phones, distributed more than 123,000 phones with the equivalent of 406 million minutes of airtime to victims of domestic violence, and awarded more than $14 million in cash grants to organizations working to prevent domestic violence. In addition, HopeLine from Verizon has properly disposed of more than 1.7 million no-longer-used wireless phones in an environmentally sound way and kept more than 210 tons of electronic waste and batteries out of landfills.
For more information about the Verizon Wireless In Store Trade-In Program, stop by any Verizon Wireless store. To learn more about HopeLine from Verizon, go to www.verizonwireless.com/hopeline.
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- Verizon Trade-In Program gives you cash in exchange for your old phones (technologytell.com)
- Verizon Offering Instant Gift Cards for Phone Trade-Ins (phonescoop.com)
- Verizon launches a trade-in program that’ll give you cash for your old handsets (intomobile.com)
Author: Ben Oaks
Ben is a 911 Telecomunicator and a tech nut. Ben was born and raised in the Greater Pittsburgh Area. He reviews Verizon Wireless products for Techburgh.com and is the owner of Cerebral-Overload.com. His hope is to bring you the reviews you want to give you an informed decision on products you may be looking into.