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Reply # 786921 25-Mar-2013 20:53
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Behodar: I remember a tradein deal from 2000/2001ish where you could trade in any phone and get $50 off a new prepaid phone. I traded in an old analogue phone with the physical dial!


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  Reply # 786952 25-Mar-2013 21:41
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Behodar: I remember a tradein deal from 2000/2001ish where you could trade in any phone and get $50 off a new prepaid phone. I traded in an old analogue phone with the physical dial!


Those kinds of phones have some retro value now. You might regret doing that if it was in good condition.

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  Reply # 786958 25-Mar-2013 22:14
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It would be good to compare what vodafone offers to the going second hand rate on TM, taking into account trademe fees of course.

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  Reply # 787011 26-Mar-2013 08:17
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Hmmm...I have two or three good condition old phones that could be worth a tenner.

Very interesting...




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  Reply # 787459 26-Mar-2013 20:21
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Behodar: I remember a tradein deal from 2000/2001ish where you could trade in any phone and get $50 off a new prepaid phone. I traded in an old analogue phone with the physical dial!


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I made a friend try to trade in a toy phone from the $2 shop beside the glenfield store when it was down around where DSE (sorry, DS) is now.

They initially said no, but when I pointed out they had the same toy phone in the little window display out the front along with a decrepid old landline phone, they relented and allowed the trade.




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  Reply # 787546 26-Mar-2013 20:40
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So VodafoneDylan, (or any other Vodafone person who knows..), what would be the average voucher value for an excellent condition Galaxy Note




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  Reply # 787548 26-Mar-2013 20:44
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sonyxperiageek: So VodafoneDylan, (or any other Vodafone person who knows..), what would be the average voucher value for an excellent condition Galaxy Note


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  Reply # 787573 26-Mar-2013 21:23
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  Reply # 787707 27-Mar-2013 10:20
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sonyxperiageek: Okay then.

And then let us all know what you were offered.






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  Reply # 787727 27-Mar-2013 11:05
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Yeah, I am keen too. Have a few phones lying around and don't have time to put it on trademe!





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  Reply # 787737 27-Mar-2013 11:20
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VodafoneDylan: Vodafone Trade-In is a trial that we're running with selected stores and it might expand to more in future. The stores are:

Vodafone Downtown Auckland
Vodafone Westfield Mall , Glenfield
Vodafone Supa Centa, Manukau
Vodafone Westfield Mall Westcity
Vodafone 160 Broadway New Market

Mobile phones (sorry - not tablets etc) can be traded in for a voucher. There's a maximum of three phones and up to a combined value of $1,500. The voucher can be redeemed for a new phone in store and lasts for a year.

Phones don't have to be in working condition, but the better quality and condition of course affects the voucher value.

Cheers

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Any of these shops open this Saturday? (easter weekend)





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  Reply # 787740 27-Mar-2013 11:29
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VodafoneDylan: Vodafone Trade-In is a trial that we're running with selected stores and it might expand to more in future. The stores are:

Vodafone Downtown Auckland
Vodafone Westfield Mall , Glenfield
Vodafone Supa Centa, Manukau
Vodafone Westfield Mall Westcity
Vodafone 160 Broadway New Market

Mobile phones (sorry - not tablets etc) can be traded in for a voucher. There's a maximum of three phones and up to a combined value of $1,500. The voucher can be redeemed for a new phone in store and lasts for a year.

Phones don't have to be in working condition, but the better quality and condition of course affects the voucher value.

Cheers

Dylan


Any of these shops open this Saturday? (easter weekend)


Saturday is just a normal trading day

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  Reply # 787742 27-Mar-2013 11:29
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Great!







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  Reply # 787827 27-Mar-2013 12:22
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Handsomedan:
sonyxperiageek: Okay then.

And then let us all know what you were offered.




yup, tomorrow afternoon when i go. (plus a pic of my Note, so you can decide if it's good value or not.. :) )

You can follow me on Twitter also if you want immediate update.. :)




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  Reply # 787848 27-Mar-2013 12:33
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sonyxperiageek:

You can follow me on Twitter also if you want immediate update.. :)

Being decidely old-fashioned, I just don't get twitter - wouldn't know how to follow you!






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