T-Mobile Launches Phone Trade-In Program

T-Mobile has found a way to give phone owners money and save the environment, all at the same time. They’ve launched a trade-in program for anyone that wants to participate. If you have an old phone lying around that you can’t seem to sell, or is just taking up space, you can bring it in to a Tmo retail store to have it evaluated by a retailer. Or, if you want to save some gas (and effort), head over to MyTradeins.com.

How does it work? Essentially, you get the value of an old (or new) phone, from any carrier. The only requirements are that it is fully functional, with a working display and no water damage or corrosion. Once you get the value, you can ship the phone to TWS (The Wireless Souce), and you’ll receive a check in the mail for that amount. Of course, you can use that money for anything, but the hope from T-Mobile is that you use it to purchase a new phone with them. So what are you waiting for? Go to MyTradeIns and use the promo code T-Mobile to get started!

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4 Comments

  1. Mcallier
    May 17, 19:54 Reply

     The website valued my fully functional and undamaged G1 at $25.

  2. Ashleyjaneboo94
    March 19, 08:07 Reply

    Damn what do you have to trade in a laptop? I have an HTC hd7 windows phone. 249.99 retail price and they mytradein sight offered me 65.00 and its in perfect condition…… A load of crap sorry unless you just really need money you’re losing more than you’re gaining……

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