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you guys still doing the #biglifeswitch? so where can i get the samsung galaxy s4, if i got an old phone to recycle.thank
We were running promotions in our some of our capital cities to increase the awareness of mobile phone recycling and you can still get on board through any of our Vodafone Stores Kevin.
Pop in with that old handset and the staff will help you get setup on with a brand spanking new Galaxy S4 and happily recycle that phone for you. If you'd like to know where your closest store is there's a handy store locator here for you.
you guys still doing the #biglifeswitch? so where can i get the samsung galaxy s4, if i got an old phone to recycle.
The Big Life Switch has finished but you can still head into your local Vodafone store to recycle your handset, if you like? To find your nearest store have a look online here: http://www.vodafone.com.au/tools/locator
You can also chat about upgrading to a Samsung Galaxy S4 with our staff mates in store or you can find out your options by calling 1555 free from a Vodafone phone.
If there's anything else we can help you out with, please let us know via the Community here: http://community.vodafone.com.au/?mid=p607
does Vodafone trade-in phones?
We certainly let you recycle your old mobile Peter, for more info check this out here: http://www.vodafone.com.au/aboutvodafone/corporateresponsibility/recycling-your-phone
Are you looking at upgrading?
hi,i currently using vodafone 59 cap, i dont really like my samsung galaxy 2 anymore. I would like to ask if there is any option for me to get a new phone without any extra fee. Or if there is, its doesnt really matter if the fee is not too high.
We'd love to see you get your hands on a new phone Bupbl!
We can't go in to account specifics here, but we'd like to have a chat with you via email. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll need you to pop this code in the subject field:
Head over here to find out the details we'll need to know: http://vfau.co/myvf
It's great to see more and more companies are getting concerned about environmental pollution mainly due to dumped away mobile phones. By filling these broken cellular phones in landfills is leading us nowhere, and we are also loosing our precious resources. http://scheibye.com is known to be one of the biggest recycling companies that buys and recycles broken, damaged, scrap, BER, overstock mobile phones and pays accordingly. Besides that they also accept eWaste.
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