The initial deal offered by Sprint last week for the iPhone 8 allowed interested buyers to purchase the handset at half the usual price of a device lease spanning a period of 18 months. The wireless carrier, however, has decided to update the offer -- customers can now get their hands on a 64 gigabyte edition of the iPhone 8, free of charge, by way of a trade in deal and an 18 month lease. You can call Sprint at (844) 257-3516.
According to Randall Hounsell, the vice president of Product and Marketing at Xfinity Mobile, Comcast’s wireless service is planning to debut a handset trade in program, as well as a bring your own device (BYOD) deal later this year. Hounsell also spoke to FierceWireless and revealed that the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) has actually assembled a dedicated team in order to come up with new features and improvements in order to continue enhancing the Xfinity Mobile customer experience.
Not only did Samsung officially introduce its latest phablet offering, the Galaxy Note 8, the South Korean phone maker also took the opportunity to offer a generous deal for current users of the Galaxy Note 8’s predecessor, the Galaxy Note 7. The deal is of a trade in kind, wherein those willing (and qualified) to barter their existing Galaxy Note 7 unit will get up to $425 by way of a promotional deal made available on Samsung’s official website.
Last week, it has been reported that T-Mobile was selling some of its flagship smartphone devices at a blowout sale price. This move was largely speculated as a way for the carrier to clear out their shelves in time for the release of new smartphone models. In recent developments, it looks like this could actually be happening. Earlier today, they have announced a new deal where they are offering a "free" AppleiPhone 7 to customers. This new development appears as a way for T-Mobile to double their efforts in getting rid of its inventory.
Fresh from relaunching its unlimited data option, Verizon Wireless is now taking full advantage of the momentum to introduce a new trade in deal targeted to those looking to sign up for its Verizon Unlimited plan for the first time. Indeed, those availing of unlimited data under the Big Red and willing to trade in an existing mobile device will get to take home any one of the following popular handsets:
Samsung is now ramping up its efforts to achieve some semblance of damage control after the unfortunate discontinuation of its Galaxy Note 7 handset. As a matter of fact, the world’s biggest seller of smartphone devices has decided to offer owners of the beleaguered phablet the chance to upgrade to a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy Note 8 in 2017 if they opt to trade in their Galaxy Note 7 unit for a Galaxy S7 now.
Recently this week, T-Mobile had debuted a new trade in deal for Apple’s latest flagship devices, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. Not to be outdone, another major US wireless carrier, Sprint, has also decided to introduce a similar deal for the newest iPhone models. In Sprint’s offer, customers can choose to exchange their existing selected iPhone handset for a free 32 gigabyte edition of the iPhone 7 by way of a 24 month Sprint installment contract.
Of course, T-Mobile would be the first to do it. The third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has just introduced a new limited time trade in deal for Apple’s newest iPhone models, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. Officially going live on September 9th, T-Mobile’s offer is made available only to customers who decide to preorder any one of Apple’s latest flagship devices.
The third biggest wireless carrier in America has debuted a new limited time only trade in offer for a select number of Apple mobile devices. In T-Mobile’s new offer, iOS mobile users can opt to trade in an older iPhone unit, and then enjoy a generous discount on any one of Apple’s current flagship devices, the iPhone 6s or the iPhone 6s Plus. Note that iPhone models before the iPhone 5 are not eligible for this trade in offer.
The biggest wireless carrier in America is getting busy heading into the 4th of July weekend. Indeed, Verizon Wireless has decided to revive its $300 trade in offer. Mobile users can bring in their old handset, and then receive up to $300 of credit if they activate a new line of service, upgrade their existing account, or switch to the Big Red. The credit they get can be used for buying a new smartphone or paying off their phone bill.
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