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Apple Set To Launch New Trade In Scheme To Help Consumers Purchase Devices Like The iPhone 5S

News   •   Jun 10, 2013 10:47 BST


Millions of iPhone fans across the world look forward to the arrival of the next generation model making its appearance and the iPhone 5S is the device that is next in line for release. Recent reports suggest that Apple are working on a trade in scheme which will take the sting out of purchasing the new handset.

  We are seeing new reports coming out of the US that have come courtesy of Bloomberg that suggests that Apple are in the process of launching a new trade in scheme for their iPhone consumers. This great new scheme means that those consumers that wish to purchase the brand new iPhone 5S will be able to do so at a reduced price. Apple are set to team up with Brightstar for this scheme. The company already specialise in trade in deals with some network providers in the US such as T Mobile and AT&T. The new iPhone is to be priced at around £500, so the introduction of this scheme will benefit many consumers that are facing financial difficulties.

  There are already schemes in place in both the UK and the US which gives the consumer credit in return for their old device, however neither of these schemes offer the consumer a direct discount on a brand new handset. Apple offer a gift card in the US for an older device which can be used against the purchase of a new product. We have the recycle scheme here in the UK which is very popular with consumers as it pays funds directly into the bank account of the recipient. The new trade in scheme is a simple transaction which involves the consumer getting a new phone for a reduced price when trading in their old one. Apple are well known for their high level of customer loyalty and this new scheme is expected to increase that further.  The Apple 5S iPhone launches later this year

  One of the biggest phone launches of the year will be that of the iPhone 5S and now existing users of an iPhone will be able to take advantage of a new trade in scheme.