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Microsoft to expand iOS buyback program to include iPhones

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 25 Sep 2013 8:56 User comments (1)

Microsoft to expand iOS buyback program to include iPhones

Earlier this month, Microsoft began offering a buyback program for iPads, giving consumers at least $200 in store credits for used tablets.
It appears that now the company is expanding that buyback to iPhones.

Just like the iPad, Microsoft will offer at least $200 for working, used iPhones.

Microsoft Stores in the U.S. and Canada will offer the credit for iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 devices.

In addition, Microsoft is also offering Visa gift cards for older Apple devices as well as Android and BlackBerry phones.

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126.9.2013 05:27

Trading in a working iPad or iPhone for a Surface tablet is like trading in a working iPod for a Zune.

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