Gazelle Changes Decision to End Gadegets Trade-In Program

Gazelle has walked back its decision – announced in February – to end its device trade-in program.

The company buys used iPhones, iPads, and Mac devices from customers. In December, it announced it will shut down the program under which it does these services. And on February 1, it did so. However, after receiving feedback from its clients, among other things, the company decided to restore the program.

As of April 5, the company is back in business: it is once again accepting trade-ins of old devices. Customers who want to get value from their old devices can once again do so.

Apart from operating an online trade-in program, Gazelle also operates 4,000 ecoATM stores across the United States.

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