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Last Edited by annie930ny September 11, 2015 at 02:42 PM
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/ver...15526.html

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Verizon will pay consumers $100 for an iPhone 4 or 4S, $200 for an iPhone 5 or 5C, $300 for an iPhone 5S, $350 for an iPhone 6, and $400 for an iPhone 6 Plus.
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#3
can't say about the others, but $100 for a iPhone 4 is pretty good value?
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Without taking into consideration Verizon's service or terms of the trade-in, $100 for an iPhone 4 is a good deal for the seller. Even $300 is nice for a 5s...at least in my neck of the woods.
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$300 for a 5s is a nice deal.
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is this for new customers only? will it work for upgrades and existing customers?read the article and doesnt seem to say only new customers.

so i have a 5s, and want the 6s, and will be due for upgrade next month, shouldnt the 6s be free in the end? $299 for 6s 64GB
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does the trade-in phone have to be a vzw iphone? is that how the current trade-in program works?
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bleh, just sold the grandmother's iphone 5s for $265 cash a week ago, but it was reported as lost at one point, so not sure if that would have mattered
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does the trade-in phone have to be a vzw iphone? is that how the current trade-in program works?
I've traded in non-Verizon phones at Verizon before. It should work the same for this offer.
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how about iPhone 3GS?
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Verizon had been doing, fir nee customers or add a line, 200 flat for any working phone. If they replaced that with this, then it's a bad deal Sadwalk
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Quote from SDRebel View Post :
Verizon had been doing, fir nee customers or add a line, 200 flat for any working phone. If they replaced that with this, then it's a bad deal Sadwalk
This promo is for existing customers upgrading on old lines. The switch and save promo is for new lines with wireless numbers ported in.

We shall see what happens on Saturday.
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Quote from Switching2Geico View Post :
is this for new customers only? will it work for upgrades and existing customers?read the article and doesnt seem to say only new customers.

so i have a 5s, and want the 6s, and will be due for upgrade next month, shouldnt the 6s be free in the end? $299 for 6s 64GB
From what I understand Verizon has done away with contract subsidies, so you gotta pay full retail and stretch payments.
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#14
Probably similar to last years $200 bill credit for any iPhone.
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do you have to trade in when you buy the 6S or can you preorder the 6S online and then trade in later?
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