Just in time for the holidays, the company will buy your used iPhone 4S or iPhone 5, in the hopes of getting customers to pick up a Windows Phone.
The deal will expand an existing program that offers at least $200 worth of in-store credit for a used iPad.
You can apply the trade-in price toward one of the new iPhones or another item.
The company's offer is available online, and other discounts on non-iPhones are available in-store.
The wide-screen Philips Brilliance 200W6CB display performs quite well and offers some useful extras (that will cost you extra), but other displays offer more flexibility in form and function.
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The carrier's latest typing master will appear on store shelves early next week, but you can reserve yours as early as Thursday.
The app that lets users scan merchandise while they shop and pay at a self-checkout counter comes to 12 new markets, including Texas, Washington, and California.
New features include a do-not-disturb option, the ability to reply to phone calls with a message, and Facetime over cellular.
Despite some hiccups, AT&T says this morning's iPhone 4S preorder session was its most successful iPhone launch yet, with the carrier selling more than 200,000 units.
Though you pay for the convenience, the Nikon AF-S DX VR 18-200mm f3.5-5.6 G IF ED covers a range that would normally take two lenses, yet remains compact with a solid build.