The famed store known as WalMart is to start its smartphone trade-in venture on Sept. 21 in more than 3,600 Walmart stores and Sam's Club locations all across US. You may exchange your smartphone including an iPhone for $50-$300 credit points with which you may then go on to purchase a new one.
WalMart, the leading global retail store is about to launch its smart phone trade-in program towards the end of September. Consumers may hand in their older smart phones which are in good working condition and obtain ultra-new smartphones in return. The credit they will be receiving ranges from fifty bucks to three hundred dollars worth of currency points. These can then be employed to buy a spanking new smart phone. And the good thing is that there are over a hundred varieties to select from. You will be spoilt for choice.
A few of the smartphones even come with prepaid arrangements. Each type of smartphone has its own rate. An Apple iPhone 5 in good condition can get you $300 credit points. A Samsung Galaxy S3 will hook you $175 credit points which too is not a bad deal. Meanwhile, a Samsung Galaxy S2 will merely grab $52 for the owner.
The United States is the provenance of this whole set up. Over 3600 WalMart stores and Sam’s Clubs can be frequented in an effort to swap your smartphone. The brand new smartphones that the users will be getting will also be requiring a two-year contract with AT&T, Sprint or Verizon. Trade-in programs are becoming all the rage nowadays since they are an attractive offer for consumers.
Steve Bratspies, executive vice president of general merchandise for Walmart U.S., said, "Smartphones have become a part of our customers' everyday lives and as new devices launch more frequently, trade-in programs are becoming more popular. More and more, customers are choosing where they purchase new smartphones based on where they'll get the best value for their trade-ins. Our goal is to give them more value for their old devices and the lowest price for their new one – all part of our promise to be the best destination for wireless."