GameStop expands mobile trade-in program

GameStop has announced the expansion of its trade-in program will have the retailer now accepting smartphones from Samsung, BlackBerry, and Motorola.

Trade-in customers can receive either cash or in-store credit at all US GameStop shops. The store has been building its trade-in program since it began in 2011, and now sells refurbished iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire devices.

GameStop is celebrating the news by offering $10 of additional in-store creidt for items valued between $20 and $49.99, $25 for items valued between $50 and $124.99, and $50 for items valued at or over $125.

Those interested in getting a quote on how GameStop values a particular device, can visit the official trade-in website.

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