Verizon Wireless launches mobile phone Trade-In Program

Verizon Wireless launched the Verizon Wireless Trade-In Program, allowing folks from any mobile operator to get value from no-longer-used wireless devices while help the environment at the same time.

Here’s how it works:

  • You submit your device for appraisal.
  • If you like the price (which is, let’s face it, usually below the real market value) – you’ll get a postage-paid envelope to mail in the devices.
  • Verizon will send you a gift card that you could use toward the purchase of phones and accessories or to pay Verizon Wireless bills.
  • Plus, devices that have no appraised value can still be sent in for recycling.

It’s actually pretty easy and eco-friendly, hence we like the idea — though we don’t dig getting less than a market value for our gadgets.

Alternatively, you can donate your old phones to Verizon’s HopeLine program, which collects devices and accessories to benefit victims of domestic violence. The used phones are either refurbished for reuse or recycled…

  • PLDOLPH

    VERIZON WIRELEES SUCKS..TRADED IN MY OLD PHONE LGENVYTOUCH FOR A DROID3..STILL NO REPLY FROM THEM ABOUT MY 100 VISA GIFT CARD

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