Verizon Opens Up Trade-In Program to Tablets

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With the recent push by nearly every company that ever had anything to do with electronics to put out a tablet, the devices are starting to become outdated at almost the same rate as smartphones. Perhaps it is for this reason that Verizon has opened up their trade-in program, first launched in the fall for cell phones, to tablets. Verizon claims tablets could score you up to a $300 gift card good towards a new device on their network, but real life appraisals come in much lower. How does $65 for a first-gen 16GB iPad in mildly used condition?

[via BGR]


Wireless Users Can Now Recycle and Get Value From Their No-Longer-Used Tablets

BASKING RIDGE, N.J. - Offering wireless users more options to get value from their no-longer-used devices and help the environment at the same time, Verizon Wireless today announced that the Verizon Wireless Trade-In Program, initially launched in September 2010 for cell phones, will now accept tablets.

"Whether you�re a mobile user looking to move to the nation�s most reliable network or a customer looking to trade up to a new tablet, our Trade-In Program provides options that people can feel good about," said Greg Haller, vice president of consumer solutions for Verizon Wireless. "Adding tablets to our lineup of eligible trade-in devices along with wireless phones, gives users another option to recycle old devices and get value."

Through the Trade-In Program, wireless users can easily determine if their device has value and if so, receive a Verizon Wireless gift card for trading it in. For example, a wireless user could trade in a tablet today in good condition and receive a Verizon Wireless gift card worth up to $300. Consumers can check tablets accepted and current trade values any time by visiting the Trade-In Program website at Verizon Wireless gift cards can be used online at, in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores or to pay a Verizon Wireless bill. The Verizon Wireless Trade-In Program accepts wireless phones and now tablets from most major manufacturers and wireless carriers. For additional information, visit or call the Trade-In Support Center at 1-866-870-5446.

Customers looking for another option to recycle wireless devices can also take advantage of HopeLine� from Verizon, a program that collects devices and accessories to help victims of domestic violence. For more information on HopeLine from Verizon, visit or go to to learn more about HopeLine�s recycling efforts.
To learn more about other green initiatives by Verizon Wireless, visit

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