Would you trade-in your old phone for a brick phone?

Would you trade-in your old phone for a brick phone?

jstudent
By jstudent

Vodafone has launched a mobile phone trade-in service. Customers can bring their used phone to any of Vodafone’s 23 retail stores and with the instant value given they can trade it in for anything in store.

Vodafone currently offers customers for their used iPhone 5 – 16GB is QR875 and for a Samsung S4 – 16GB QR 645. In exchange, customers can get new devices, accessories, prepaid credit or postpaid bill payment. 

BUT WHEN YOU ARE CONSIDERING THIS OFFER, THINK ABOUT THIS: Don't you miss your old Nokia brick phone? Here are some reasons why you should actually trade in your smart phone for a brick phone.

1 - You won't miss a call.

(Naija)

2 - It's indestructable.

(Naija)

3 - You can see things on your screen when you are outdoors in Doha

(Mashable)

 

Let's take a look at some details-

(mobile 88)

 

All pictures from the Internet. Are you going to get a new phone now?

 

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By zackm• 4 years 9 months ago.
Rating: 3/5
zackm

The way they made the old electronics still do last until today, but depends on how you use it or handle it. Sometimes you get nostalgia and affinity for the old things we used to own, I always keep my old gadgets, since I was 12 years old. Walkmans, cameras from 70s, 80s, 90s, nintendo, gameboy, CD players, MD Players, etc. don't throw you old gadgets away, fix them and keep them. Brings back memories!

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