Trade in your old phone at Radio Shack and get up to $300 in credit toward any Samsung phone

Trade in your old phone at Radio Shack and get up to $300 in credit toward any Samsung phone
From now through July 7th, you can receive as much as $300 in credit from Radio Shack toward the purchase of any Samsung phone offered by the nationwide electronics retailer. Want to use your trade toward the purchase of a Samsung Galaxy S4? Check. How how using it toward the purchase of a Samsung GALAXY Note II? No problema! There are some caveats however. The Samsung model you want must be branded by Verizon, AT&T or Sprint. And the amount you receive for the trade is determined by which model phone you are trading in. And yes, you must sign a two-year contract with the purchase of the Samsung phone.

Radio Shack says it will give you at least $30 for your old clunker. To get the $300, you need to trade in the 64GB Apple iPhone 5 (AT&T) or the Samsung GALAXY Note II in like-new condition. Don't forget all of the cables and chargers that originally came with your trade. Adding those to the trade will increase the value.

If your phone has no trade in value, Radio Shack will be happy to recycle it for you. But just keep in mind that one man's garbage is another man's fortune. Just because the LG Voyager has zero trade value at Radio Shack doesn't mean that a collector wouldn't pay something for the device. It might be a good idea to check eBay before you give an older handset away for nothing. And by the way, the Voyager is going for as low as $10 to as high as $50 on the online auction site.


source: RadioShack via AndroidCentral

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