Forgive me for asking, but why do you have to pay termination fee if you do not cancel the service? Can't you just keep your data plan and phone plan? If your contract started in Sep 2011, you're locked until Sep 2013. If you get iPhone 5, then they'll lock you for 2 more years til Sep 2015. Isn't that correct or am I missing something here?
Well, you can't upgrade at full discount if you have a year left. It would probably be early upgrade eligible which would be discounted price + $250 + $36 upgrade fee. So, I assume his math was to try to see if cancelling and buying at full discount would be cheaper.
Yep. Worst comes to worse, you don't send it, the cancel everything you don't pay anything. Obviously if you resubmit everything you would have to take the new offer that they give you but as far as I know there's no risk in locking in the offer then not sending in your phone.
Yea I totally agree and confirmed this on their Live Chat! Keeps the options open at least
You would be surprised how much used iphones go for even if they have something like that broken. You won't get what you would for a fully functioning one but people will buy it to repair or to use as a glorified ipod touch.
Funny, because that's exactly what I use it for. I use my BlackBerry as a mobile hotspot whenever I need data and it has been working fine.
Will look into selling it and getting a bigger iPod touch. Thanks!
I actually posted this deal in the past. I tried to trade in my Iphone twice. It was in excellent shape and I sent it in like new. They returned it saying it was in good status, and ended up stealing my charging cables and protective cover.
Tried to trade it in a 2nd time after amazon agreed to reimburse me for the stolen items, and this time they decided the condition was damaged and sent it back again. Its not actually Amazon youre sending your stuff to so be careful.
I've been dealing with Amazon trade-in service for a long time..First you don't send the item to Amazon (you do but the seller has to approve the buy/trade-in ), second unless the item is SEALED is not gonna count as new and they'll give you "good" condition $220 fee.
Amazon trade in used to be easy/great, not anymore
I would do this again in a heart beat I had an great experience with this program.
Traded in 2 HTC Incredible 2's so I could pick up a couple Galaxy S3's
Going by there trade in description one phone was in good condition, the other phone fair due to 2 small scratches on the screen. I printed the prepaid labels and sent them on there way. It took about 2 days after package was received to get my amazon gift credit. To my suprise the phone I sent in as fair condition was upgraded to good.
Paid for my S3's went better then I ever expected and would use the program again.
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