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US Cellular 50% OFF Smartphone for Port In and Trade In

bhavkaka 6 10 July 29, 2016 at 07:13 PM in Mail In Rebate (4)
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Last Edited by bhavkaka July 29, 2016 at 07:15 PM
New and existing U.S. Cellular® customers who activate a select new or certified pre-owned Smartphone with Installment Pricing, Shared Connect Plan, Device Protection+, number port-in and turn in their old Smartphone qualify for the 50% off promotion. (excludes upgrades)

The 50% off rebate shall be equal to either 50% off the device price before taxes or $336, whichever is lower and is fulfilled in the form of a U.S. Cellular promotional card.

Device Turn-In

You must turn in your old device following the steps below:

Once you receive your new Smartphone and activate service, wait 3 business days from date of activation of your new Smartphone, then visit the Trade-In portal at: http://uscellular.cexchange.com
Complete and submit the online Trade-In form.

Print out the prepaid shipping label provided and mail in your old Smartphone. Once your old Smartphone is received and verified to be in working condition (cracked screens allowed), the Promotional Card will be mailed to you. Please allow 8-10 weeks from the date you mail in your device for processing. Promotional Cards issued by MetaBank®, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. Valid only for purchases at U.S. Cellular stores and uscellular.com.
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So can I turn in a $10 prepaid smartphone, get the rebate after 3 months and then quit service after I unlock it?
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Quote from burninrubber321 View Post :
So can I turn in a $10 prepaid smartphone, get the rebate after 3 months and then quit service after I unlock it?
AFAIK if it's listed on the trade-in site, you should be good. But do not quote me on that.
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Quote from burninrubber321 View Post :
So can I turn in a $10 prepaid smartphone, get the rebate after 3 months and then quit service after I unlock it?
Couldn't trade in my old Samsung Galaxy S3, which is not in the list.
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US Celluar uses cexchange.com for their trade-in

how do they pronounce the name of that website? Frown
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Holy cow! They seem to allow the Verizon prepaid LG Exceed 2 that I have. (LG VS450)
I bought that phone from Best Buy a few months ago for $4.99.

I'm confused... it came up as $0.00 trade-in. Does that mean I still qualify for the 50% rebate
if I buy a new US Cellular smartphone?

Thanks!
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Quote from cookiereceipt View Post :
Holy cow! They seem to allow the Verizon prepaid LG Exceed 2 that I have. (LG VS450)
I bought that phone from Best Buy a few months ago for $4.99.

I'm confused... it came up as $0.00 trade-in. Does that mean I still qualify for the 50% rebate
if I buy a new US Cellular smartphone?

Thanks!
You try it?
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Quote from Newpurchaser View Post :
You try it?
no, I think it's not worth it because it require people to keep service for at least 3 months.

I guess it's fine for people who are already US Cellular customers.
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Quote from burninrubber321 View Post :
So can I turn in a $10 prepaid smartphone, get the rebate after 3 months and then quit service after I unlock it?
Not really, you are in a retail installment contract so they essentially charge you retail for the phone and half back. either way it would actually be cheaper to buy it unlocked in the first place rather than pay the monthly service too.
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