NextWorth promises $250 in exchange for your used iPhone 4

NextWorth promises $250 in exchange for your used iPhone 4
Since a substantial portion of US smartphone users are planning on getting the next-gen iPhone when it launches, something will need to be done with all the used iPhone 4 handsets that those people won't need anymore. And while some might prefer simply giving their smartphone to a relative or a loved one, others might be better off trading it in for some cash.

NextWorth is one of the companies that you can turn to if you belong to the latter category. The business is currently running an iPhone 4 trade-in promo, which guarantees that you will get $250 in exchange for your used smartphone. Of course, your iPhone 4 needs to be in good condition in order to be eligible. Besides that, NextWorth is only interested in AT&T's 16 and 32 gig models, so you're out of luck if you are a Verizon iPhone owner.

The offer is valid only through October 3, which is a day before the next iPhone iteration is expected to be unveiled. Once you fill out all the necessary information online, your $250 quote will be good for 21 days, during which you will need to ship your used iPhone 4 to NextWorth for approval. If NextWorth gives your smartphone the thumbs up, the cash will be sent to you in about 7 to 10 days after the inspection.

Anyone thinking of taking advantage of NextWorth's offer? Feel free to let us know by dropping a comment below.

source: NextWorth via PCMag

Related phones

iPhone 4
  • Display 3.5" 640 x 960 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP / 0.3 MP VGA front
  • Processor Apple A4, Single core, 1000 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB
  • Battery 1420 mAh(7.00h 3G talk time)



1. richardyarrell2011

Posts: 510; Member since: Mar 16, 2011

Neither the past iPhone 4 or current unannounced iPhone 4S are worth 250.00. Why would anyone purchase this when they can have a real full fledged device made by htc..

3. iKingTrust

Posts: 716; Member since: Jul 27, 2011


5. iKingTrust

Posts: 716; Member since: Jul 27, 2011

Right you mean those units that go down in price in 1 month. Try to sell a HTC for $250 brand new, dont worry i'll wait.

2. Eingild

Posts: 203; Member since: Apr 19, 2011

Using the iPhone 4 as the new housing for the iPhone 4s is a smart move

4. gallitoking

Posts: 4721; Member since: May 17, 2011

wow facts hits the fandroids in the face and they still dont get it... the iphone 4 is a quality phone.. and is doesnt lose value even after a year.... the more in denail the worse it wil get form here... just sayin

7. iKingTrust

Posts: 716; Member since: Jul 27, 2011

exactly. Value is based on the market. If thats what people are willing to pay, then so be it. That just proves that a year later the Iphone sell for more that a HTC brand new.

8. paxmoos unregistered

You should know that they are buying the GSM versions and most probably will sell them overseas. What they do is they clean these phones up and sell them in countries with GSM technology where Apple has a very small foorprint. $250 does not mean it is worth in USA and will be sold back into the market.

6. anonymous20 unregistered

I would rather take it to Target whenever they decide to launch another trade in offer, especially when they get the next iPhone(s). Letting that much cash float around the postal system can be unsettling. I know it doesn't happen that often, but I don't want to be that one time a check from NextWorth gets lost, but that is just me. Then again, they are offering $50 more than Target is too so to each his/her own.

9. Lanz unregistered

Target Mobile uses NextWorth for their trade-in's We usually the same or if not more than NextWorth directly as we usually have promotions going on for these sort of things.

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