Lets say you want to purchase iPhone 5 16 GB. at AT&T, it's full price of $200.
At frys, it's $136, I think.
If they value your smartphone at $100, therefore yes, you pay cheaper at $100 for iPhone 5 at AT&T, but technically your trade in phone is only worth $36 since you can get the same iPhone 5 at frys at $136
If you know the value of your phone, if you resell it at ebay, lets say at $100 as well (the same trade in value), so if you buy at Frys, you only pay iPhone 5 for $36 by buying at Frys instead of $100 by buying at AT&T
That is why it matters as I want to know the trade in value and see if the trade in value is smaller, same, or larger than market value. Then I can make my deduction.
Are you happy now?
What does it matter? If it works, you can turn it in for at least $100 tomorrow. Doesn't matter what the calculator says.
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