RadioShack introduces Mobile Makeover Month, sell back used electronics
In the great attempt to keep up with constantly evolving technology, it’s inevitable that one will build up a collection of “old” electronic bits and pieces. Especially now that phones are picking up all the tricks of our other devices like camera and MP3 players, you may have a lot of extraneous devices lying around. RadioShack has an answer for our problem with Mobile Makeover Month for their Trade & Save program. With their Trade & Save program, people can trade in all sorts of electronics for store credit to be used to get newer electronics to feed your need. With Mobile Makover Month the deal gets even sweeter: if you’re upgrading to a new cellphone, you’re guaranteed to get at least $30 (and up to $300) towards that new shiny something. Beyond that, RadioShack has also released an app both for iOS and Android for giving price estimates on those potential trade-ins.
Check out a video below with a rundown of the app and let us know in the comments: What sort of outdated electro-knick-knacks are you looking to get rid of?
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