RESTON, VA – November 10, 2009 – Wirefly (www.wirefly.com), the internet’s leading authorized retailer of cell phones and home services, today announces the launch of its new and improved online trade-in program that allows consumers to trade in their unwanted electronics for cash or a charitable donation to one of over a dozen charities and nonprofit organizations that Wirefly supports, including the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, American Red Cross, and EarthEcho International.
The new trade-in program, developed in collaboration with Consumer Electronics Exchange, (CExchange, LLC), expands upon Wirefly’s existing cell phone recycling initiative to now include a multitude of electronic product categories such as cameras, computers, monitors, MP3 players, video games and consoles, and GPS devices. Consumers can now confidently trade-in old and unwanted electronics, not just cell phones, for cash or a charitable donation, with the knowledge that these products will be refurbished or properly and safely recycled.
By trading in their unwanted electronics through Wirefly.com, consumers not only contribute to an environmentally sustainable future, but they have an opportunity to earn cash back for their trade-in or donate the proceeds to a charity of their choice. Unlike other large electronics companies with trade-in or recycling programs, there are no hidden processing fees or shipping costs. Simply by visiting www.wirefly.com and clicking on the “Trade-In/Recycle for Cash” link, consumers can quickly determine the value of their electronics, select the ‘cash back’ option or choose a charity, print the free shipping label, and mail in their device. If the product is received in the reported condition, the customer or the designated charity will receive a check for the entire dollar amount as indicated on the website.
For more information about the Wirefly trade-in program or to begin recycling your electronics, please visit www.wireflytradeins.com.