Samsung tweaks Galaxy S20 trade-in offers, starts paying more for older and damaged phones

You can still get up to $250 off if your Galaxy S7 has a cracked screen



At the start of April, Samsung introduced a buyback program for its Galaxy S20 phones to encourage people to ‘rent’ a phone for 2 years at half the retail price. Now, the company is making another bid to attract upgrades by adjusting its top trade-in valuations for Apple, Google, and its own phones. The main takeaway for direct buyers? If you’re giving up an older iPhone or Galaxy, you’re likely getting a better deal.

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Samsung tweaks Galaxy S20 trade-in offers, starts paying more for older and damaged phones was written by the awesome team at Android Police.




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