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NextWorth (www.nextworth.com), a leader in consumer electronics upgrades and trade-ins, announces the extension of its price lock guarantee for iPhone trade-ins. To make it easier for consumers to upgrade to the anticipated new iPhone, online quotes for all iPhone models received after August 20th are now guaranteed through at least October 1st.
NextWorth has lengthened its usual 21-day price lock to ensure that customers get the highest available value for their old iPhones, while keeping their old devices for as long as possible before sending them in. Avoiding a lag time between trading in and the availability of the new model will enable consumers to trade in their device at a great price without having to go without their phone.
With the rumored September 12 announcement date looming, iPhone trade-in volume is up over 2,500% compared to the same period before the iPhone 4S launch. However values are expected to decrease as the announcement approaches so consumers taking advantage of the value lock-in now can ensure they receive the best possible trade-in value.
“We are seeing an unprecedented amount of trade-ins, and we want to make sure our customers are getting the best prices,” said Jeff Trachsel, CMO of NextWorth. “The best time to trade-in is now, so extending the lock-in period helps consumers get the best value for their old iPhones and not be without a device before the new iPhone is available.”
To get started on an iPhone trade-in quote, simply go to www.nextworth.com, select the appropriate iPhone model and answer a few questions about its condition. Print and save the free and fully insured UPS shipping label provided by NextWorth, and drop it off with UPS before October 1. For trade-in payment, customers have the choice of PayPal, cash or a gift card.
In addition to iPhones, NextWorth also accepts devices in the following categories: iPads, iPods, cell phones, point and shoot cameras, Digital SLR cameras, tablets, e-readers, game consoles, GPS units, laptops, movies, video games and calculators.
For more information on NextWorth and how to trade in, visit www.NextWorth.com.
Headquartered just outside Boston, Massachusetts, NextWorth is a leader in consumer electronic upgrades and trade-ins with a mission of promoting reuse and recycling. NextWorth strives to keep consumer electronics out of the landfills and helps people responsibly upgrade their gadgets. NextWorth facilitates the sale and trade-in process for 13 different product categories, including leading products such as iPads™, iPods™, and iPhones™, both online and through select retailers. NextWorth strives to create hassle-free, high-value exchanges to ease the upgrade process for consumers. For more information on NextWorth services and retail partner store locations visit www.nextworth.com.
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