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05. 19. 2011

Amazon launches trade-in scheme for old gadgets


Amazon has launched a new electronics trade-in scheme which lets you swap old gadgets and electronics in exchange for gift cards to spend on Amazon.

According to Ubergizmo, all kinds of devices, including cell phones, MP3 players, tablets and cameras can all be sent in to be traded, you just need to select their condition and answer a few questions.

This is a great initiative and I'm sure it'll be very beneficial to all parties, enhancing Amazon's reputation amongst its customers, allowing people to make use of old gadgets and giving people who are a little strapped for cash the chance to own good quality, used electronics.

Via Ubergizmo. Image via Shadowstorm.

Posted by Becca    Category: devices | shopping
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