Through the company's new Trade-In program, customers can offset the cost of a new phone -- including smartphones -- by up to $300 with the trade in of an old, working device. The company will also accept phones from other carriers, provided they are fully functional, have an intact and working display and are free of liquid damage or corrosion.
"T-Mobile is committed to providing the latest, most innovative and affordable technology to new and existing customers," said Ami Silverman, senior vice president of sales, T-Mobile USA, in a statement. "If device purchases can be made even more affordable through the value offset of T-Mobile's Trade-In program, we want customers to have that option. We encourage them to take advantage of it so they can stay connected no matter what their budget, current device or mobile provider."