MTS ”and MegaFon launched a free exchange of old smartphones for modern new ones

MTS ”and MegaFon launched a free exchange of old smartphones for modern new ones

As you know, any electronics very quickly becomes obsolete. Within the framework of one model range, often some manufacturers manage to launch two models on the market at once, which are released with an interval of six months. Because of this, until recently, a new phone, bought for a large amount of money, is becoming obsolete. Only a few can afford to buy new models again and again, so the MTS and MegaFon companies launched a free exchange of old smartphones for modern new ones, which everyone can use without any extra difficulties. This is a great real opportunity to get the desired device, and not giving for it a single penny from your pocket.

MTS ”and MegaFon launched a free exchange of old smartphones for modern new ones

MTS ”and MegaFon launched a free exchange of old smartphones for modern new ones

If the announced amount of money is satisfied by the employee, you can agree to the transaction. In this case, with all the money from a used mobile device, it will be possible to pay up to 100% of the price of any desired new one, and from absolutely any manufacturer at the discretion of the buyer. The main condition is that the desired phone is available at a particular outlet. This is a great real opportunity to quickly, easily and simply get rid of your old smartphone, getting a new one instead. If suddenly this does not turn out to be enough money from selling the old one, the difference in cost can always be paid from your own pocket, or your desires died and you choose a more affordable model as a replacement.

Not so long ago, the MegaFon federal mobile operator launched a new best tariff plan, which has no analogues.

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