The T-Mobile website evaluates my Galaxy S II for $155..
I think it is undervaluation because I paid it for $229.99..
Now, I want HTC One S so badly, but I don't want to pay the balance..
Do you guys have any idea, which it will make exchange my Galaxy S II for HTC One S??
Why not just wait since the Galaxy S III is right around the corner. Unless you just have to have an HTC Phone.
cookieq wrote: The T-Mobile website evaluates my Galaxy S II for $155..I think it is undervaluation because I paid it for $229.99.. Now, I want HTC One S so badly, but I don't want to pay the balance..Do you guys have any idea, which it will make exchange my Galaxy S II for HTC One S??
If you paid 230 for your phone, that means you'll have to pay full price for the HTC One S (You get one subsidized device every 22 months on a CLASSIC plan). Which will probably be $500-$600. (I admit, I haven't looked for a price)
There's no "trade this for that" option.
So, keep that in mind with your decision.
I have the Vibrant and the GS2 and quite frankly, I don't believe the GS3 is worth the upgrade. A littler larger battery, a little larger screen. Yeah, maybe a quad core processor for U.S.variant. The HD screen may be a little better. We are getting ICS soon so that will be the same as the GS3. Anyone else feel the same? I thought the GS2 was a worthy upgrade from the Vibrant and it sure was but the GS3 doesn't seem a large of a leap. I may wait for the fourth phone or may just not go with Samsung any longer. This fall I will have the option to get a good upgrade price on a new device. I may just wait to see what is out. Oh wait the GS3 will be availalbe and Jellybean will be out and we will be waiting 6 plus months for Jellybean update and the GS4 will be coming out. Seems like a bad pattern..ha
You could probably sell your phone on craigslist for $200-$300. Don't take the $150.
It really does come down to being up to you. You have to remember any electornic devices, and like cars decrease in value once they are no longer new. I personally don't like the hassle of dealing with buyers and selling an old phone. The trade in programs is a great way to help pay for your new device in a lot of aspects.
Thanks so much for posting!
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