Beginning today, Apple is expanding its iPhone trade-in program to French retailers, making France the 3rd country to provide to Apple’s in-store recycling initiative. Though not openly revealed, an Apple representative in France verified the launch to iPhoneAddicts.
The program allows clients to trade-in an older iPhone at a retailer and immediately obtain up to EUR215 ($$ 296) in a present card credit rating that can be utilized to the investment of a new iPhone. French retail store employees have been oriented on the program and have actually been told to notify consumers of the recycling option when they buy a brand-new phone. Trade-in specifics already listed on France’s Apple Store web site.
Apple’s in-store iPhone recycling program debuted in the UNITED STATE in August 2013 and was rolled out to the UK a few months later on. Apple has a comparable on-line trade-in program that calls for consumers to send in their aged iPhone before getting a credit report.
This mail-in program could offer better value for an utilized iPhone, however the in-store program supplies the convenience of a no-hassle credit report that’s promptly applied to the investment of a new model.