BlackBerry Announces 'Trade-Up' Program for iPhone Owners

BlackBerry Announces 'Trade-Up' Program for iPhone Owners

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BlackBerry has announced a 'trade-up' program for current iPhone users interested in purchasing the BlackBerry Passport.

BlackBerry is launching the BlackBerry Passport Trade-Up Program, aimed at iPhone users that want to convert to the new BlackBerry Passport. For a limited time, starting December 1, Apple iPhone users can upgrade to a BlackBerry Passport and get up to $400 USD/CAD back on their iPhone, plus an additional $150 USD ($200 CAD) from BlackBerry.

Eligible customers will receive amounts back via a Visa Prepaid Card to be sent by mail following receipt of a qualifying Apple iPhone and a valid proof of purchase of a BlackBerry Passport. The promotional value is based upon the condition and model of the Apple iPhone traded in. New BlackBerry Passports must be purchased on or from or purchased from, shipped from and sold by after December 1, 2014 to qualify for the BlackBerry Passport Trade-Up program. Additional terms, conditions and limitations apply.

The BlackBerry Passport Trade-Up program runs from December 1, 2014 to February 13, 2015 and is available in North America only. Current qualifying iPhone models include the iPhone 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, and 6. For additional information on this program and to get an estimate of your current iPhone’s value, you can visit

BlackBerry Announces 'Trade-Up' Program for iPhone Owners
Iorek - November 26, 2014 at 2:29pm
Seriously... How much w ee d a marketing team needs to smoke continuesly for 2 months to come up with such an embarrassing idea? I mean, even the Chinese brand "Blue" makes better phones than them, and I am not saying they make good devices. They should have taken advice from Kyocera years ago: couldn't make it to electronics? Dawn! Couldn't make it to cell phones market? Let's reinvent ourselves and make: KNIVES! Piece of advice: Kyocera is making profit with no b u ll s***t junky ideas
erm - November 26, 2014 at 4:33am
why would i downgrade my jailbroken 5S for this underpowered shit? can it even play asphalt 6 properly?
FTW - November 26, 2014 at 4:25am
A dead company that now wants to sell out for the top phones. Go figure. The time is nigh.
Bill - November 26, 2014 at 4:14am
This is it. Blackberry is dead after this.... Or it's market will drop to 0.0001%
Mike - November 26, 2014 at 2:26am
Only and only if I get $500 for my 3Gs. Sounds reasonably fair I'll say.
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