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Apple Launches iPhone Trade-In Program in Germany

Guten Tag!

For our non German readers that means good day,  so why you are wondering am I writing in German? The answer is very simple Apple has just extedned their iPhone trade-in program to Germany.

The program allows iPhone owners to recycle their old devices and get a discount on any new product. Originally launched in August last year the program has been rolled out in several countries, and as of today the offer now extends to German customers as well.

According to the Apple Store app qualifying devices can be recycled for up to €230, approximately $315, off the price of a new, upgraded iPhone at any Apple Retail Store in the country.

Source: http://mobileorchard.com/apple-launches-iphone-trade-in-program-in-germany/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+MobileOrchard+%28Mobile+Orchard%29

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