AT&T Announces New Trade-in Program Offering The Latest Phones At $99.99

Posted: May 1 2013, 10:17pm CDT | by , in Technology News


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AT&T announces new trade-in program offering the latest phones at $99.99

As an incentive to encourage more customers to trade-in their used smartphones for an upgrade, AT&T is giving away $100 worth in credit through its store trade-in program.

Good news to all AT&T customers! AT&T is announcing a new trade-in program that offers the newest smartphones at half the price. If a new smartphone costs $199, the credit would effectively cut the upfront cost in half. If a new handset costs $99, it could be essentially purchased for free with the credit. AT&T will give larger credit if the trade-in value of a newer smartphone is higher than the $100 credit.

Customers can avail of the $100 on the spot and use it in any AT&T company owned retail store or participating authorized dealers. The only catch is that customers have to trade in a smartphone in good, working condition and no older than three years. Here is the first part of AT&T’s promotion:

"Beginning May 1, consumers who trade in their current smartphone to AT&T will be eligible to receive at least $100 off the purchase of a new smartphone, including the new Samsung Galaxy S 4, BlackBerry Z10 or 32 GB HTC One. These devices are normally $199.99 with a qualifying two-year agreement** but, with this limited time promotion, they will be available for $99.99."

Source: AT&T

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