This post might not interest many people, but I had the screenshots done, so I thought I would share anyway. If you have an old iPhone or smartphone, check with your cell phone carrier to see if they offer a similar trade-in program.
Last week, my dad traded in his old iPhone 4 at AT&T and got a $200 promotional card. Unfortunately, AT&T has lowered the trade-in values as follows:
To get the full value of your trade-in, the phone must turn on/off and have no cracks on the screen. If you pass those tests, you will receive your promotional card.
Here is the front of the promotional card (I’m not sure if that works as a gift card since there is no Visa or MasterCard logo):
Here is the back of the promotional card:
To activate the promotional card, click here and enter the first 10 digits of the promotional card.
Then enter the full 16 digit promotional card number and the 4 digit access code on the back.
Your promotional card is now activated.
Promotional card activity:
To apply the promotional card to your AT&T bill, log into your AT&T account and go to the bill payment section. From here, select New Promotion Card from the drop down menu.
Enter the promotional card information and click Continue.
You will then be brought back to this screen. Enter $200.00 in the payment box, select True,0 (or something similar to that) from the drop down menu, and click Next.
Review the payment details and click Submit.
Congratulations, your promotional card balance has been applied to your AT&T bill.
If you have any questions, please leave a comment below.