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eBay to Pay $200 for Certain Smartphones–It’s a Two-Week Promotion Tied to the Release of Apple’s iPhone 4 on Verizon Wireless

Feb 9, 2011  •  Post A Comment

"To help defray the cost of a Verizon iPhone, Internet auctioneer eBay has joined a handful of companies trying to help people sell their old smartphones," reports PCWorld.

The article continues, "eBay has set up a special section of its Website where people can trade in older smartphones with minimal hassle and free shipping as part of its "Instant Sale" program. The auctioneer is offering $200 through February 22 for the iPhone 3GS (all storage capacities), Motorola Droid X, HTC Evo 4G and Samsung Vibrant. The 16 GB iPhone 4 trades for $405.12, and the 32 GB model trades for $511.18. No auctioning skills are required."

The article adds, "You’ll also want to investigate other buyback options, including NextWorth.com, CellforCash.com and Greenphone.com, but from what I’ve seen, eBay’s $200, no-questions-asked option is the best deal available, especially for Android phones that don’t hold their value as well on other buyback Websites."

Finally, the story says, "You’ll also want to investigate other buyback options, including NextWorth.com, CellforCash.com and Greenphone.com, but from what I’ve seen, eBay’s $200, no-questions-asked option is the best deal available, especially for Android phones that don’t hold their value as well on other buyback Websites."

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