Sprint customers can receive instant account credit for recycling up to three old cell phones.
Press Release Excerpts:
Dan Hesse today announced the launch of an expanded wireless buy-back program for wireless devices while testifying at a green telecom hearing on Capitol Hill. Sprint’s expanded Buyback program, intended to boost U.S. wireless recycling rates, now offers an instant point-of-sale credit to current and new Sprint customers who turn in up to three eligible wireless devices, per active line of service. Sprint Buyback now accepts all eligible wireless devices, regardless of manufacturer or carrier, through its expanded program. Customers can take their unwanted phones to one of the more than 1,000 participating Sprint-owned retail stores nationwide. Currently, there are more than 900 wireless devices that are eligible for an instant credit from Sprint. Device credits range in value from approximately $5 to upwards of $300 depending on the make and model of the device being turned in.
For example, a BlackBerry® 9700 Bold( currently has a trade in value of $161.05 and an older model BlackBerry® 7100 has a trade in value of $5.20.
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