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AT&T Trade-In Promo Knocks $100 Off Latest Smartphones

If you’re an AT&T customer looking to upgrade to a new smartphone, now would be a good time to do so.

Starting tomorrow, the carrier is running a limited-time promotion during which customers can trade in their old smartphone for $100 off the purchase of a new device, including the Samsung Galaxy S4, BlackBerry Z10 and HTC One.

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To be eligible for the discount, the smartphone must be no more than three years old and still in good working condition. The carrier said some handsets might even have a higher trade-in value than $100, and if so, the customer will receive a further discount.

Trade-ins will be accepted at AT&T stores and authorized dealers, and all credits are offered on the spot.

This is just the latest move by a carrier to retain and woo new customers. In April, Sprint and Virgin Mobile offered a $100 credit to people who switched their phone number over to their service.

AT&T did not reveal how long the promotion would last, but if I were you, I’d jump on the deal while you can.


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