Sprint's in-store phone buyback program
Sprint customers can get an instant credit on their bills by recycling old phones at local stores.
Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 12:17 PM
Want to make money selling back your old, retired cell phone — but don’t want to go through the trouble of packaging it up to mail to resale programs? You can now take advantage of an in-store buyback program — if you are activating or upgrading a Sprint phone — perhaps to the slightly greener smart phone like the Samsung Reclaim
Take up to three phones — even non-Sprint phones — to one of more than 1000 Sprint-owned retail stores, and you can get an instant credit to your Sprint account. More than 900 wireless devices are eligible for instant credit, ranging from about $5 to $300.
Want to see how much your phone’s worth? Find out at sprintbuyback.com
— where you can also get free postage-paid labels and mail-in instructions if you’d prefer visiting the post office instead of a Sprint store.
Of course, your old phone may not be worth anything — in which case you can find nearby locations to drop off your cell phone for recycling at ReCellular.com
. Or if you’re willing to package up your phone and mail it in, you can pick a cause close to your heart to donate to through Collective Good
or Charitable Recycling
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