◀ smartphones

Trade-In or Donation Puts Money in Your Pocket, and Keeps Phones out of Landfills

Buying a wireless phone has become almost like buying a car – make, model, color, size and features are just a few of the things to consider. And once those decisions are made, the next question is what to do with the phone you are no longer using. With more than 90 percent of people over 18 in the United States owning a cell phone, and more than half of all adults with a smartphone, according to Pew Internet Research, there are a lot of phones ready to be upgraded or discarded.The junk drawer is one solution, and giving the phone to another family member when you get a new one is another.But there are also other ways to put an old phone

Go To Source
comments powered by Disqus
20 Sep
Verizon Wireless @VZWnews
Thinking of picking up a new #smartphone? Don’t forget to trade-in or donate your old phone. Here's a few options. http://t.co/xeoKSebqoq