Samsung Exchange Program – Send Old Devices Get Discount For Galaxy Phone
Samsung is currently the # 1 smart phone manufacturer. Samsung over the few years has produced some of the best smart phones in the Galaxy series which has overtaken Nokia and Apple in terms of overall devices been sold. The Korean giant has certainly topped the charts producing world class smart phones.
Samsung has introduced upgrade your device to the latest one by keeping the old phone that you had. This means that if you have any phone manufactured by any brand even from Samsung’s rival Apple or Blackberry, it should be accepted for recycle under this program. Truely Samsung high end smart phones are attractive but too expensive. Samsung is ready to buy your old smart phone and upgraded to a Galaxy phone. As expected, you will not get top dollars for your used smart phones and the maximum amount that you can get is $ 300.
If you think you are ready to upgrade your phone to a new Galaxy phone you will get a quote and purchase any of the smart phones from Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy S III. You need to visit the Samsung Mobile USA officially Facebook page and then fill out the form. This form will ask you basic information about the phone like whether this boots? Old how it is or does it work perfectly? If your device qualify, you need to send in your used device to for assessment. Clove Wireless apart from being a network provide is a certified reseller and recyclers. Once the devices are received by Samsung, Clove Wireless will reconditions for resale or recycles the devices received from the various users and they employs Zero tolerance landfill policy. After that Samsung will send a check in mail soon afterwards.
I am not sure if this is the best way to resell the phones that no longer need but I am sure that it will turn out to be good for Samsung as they will get more sales to their top selling devices. I am sure you will be happy to hear this news that Samsung accepts your old unwanted phone but you might be disappointing to learn that this program is only available in United States but not any other country.