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Thursday, February 20, 2014
T-Mobile Gives You $250 To Trade Your Old BlackBerry


As of February 21st, T-Mobile will give you $200 for your existing BlackBerry, and $250 if you're upgrading from a T-Mobile BlackBerry to a BB10 device like the Q10 or Z10.

T-Mobile's move follows a recent blog post by BlackBerry chief John Chen, who criticized T-Mobile's marketing to BlackBerry users when the carrier enticed them to switch phones in a recent promotion.

"We?ve been working overtime here to find the best possible way to show BlackBerry users exactly how much we appreciate and respect your passion for and loyalty to T-Mobile and to BlackBerry," said Mike Sievert, T-Mobile Chief Marketing Officer.

T-Mobile says that the offer is the same regardless of the device's age, so long as it's in good condition.




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