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Totem Encourages iPhone 4 Owners to Upgrade Their Technology(October 28, 2011)
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 28, 2011
Despite widespread disappointment that Apple did not release a next generation iPhone, the 4S managed to snag a record-breaking 1 million presale orders on the first day. Within three days of its official release, the iPhone 4S achieved superstar status, landing in the hands of more than four million consumers in seven countries. In contrast, the previous generation iPhone 4 only sold a measly 2 million units in its first weekend.
Since the debut of the iPhone 4S, Totems resale price for the iPhone 4 has decreased. Totem offers nearly $235 for those selling an iphone 4 entry-level model with 16GB of memory, while the 32GB version nets customers almost $250 in cash. The phones must be in good condition, with no deep blemishes and only minor scratches. Totem provides lower payouts for damaged phones and higher offers for mint condition units.
Built with parental controls and enterprise-ready features, such as access to private corporate networks, the iPhone 4S is positioning itself as the one mobile phone that will take care of all daily needs. It can provide voice directions, download emails, look up recipes, schedule appointments, serve as an alarm clock and even provide high-definition entertainment.
By cashing in a used iPhone, consumers have an opportunity to fund their new iPhone purchase. With payouts reaching $270, customers can earn enough money to cover the cost of upgrading to the latest technology. These top-dollar payouts will likely decrease once the world market is flooded with the next generation model. More than 70 countries are expected to have access to the smartphone before 2012.
Totem is committed to providing the highest quality buyback program in the industry, while remaining true to its values of social responsibility. The companys expert team of resellers, refurbishers and recyclers work diligently to ensure that consumers and businesses have an easy, efficient method to dispose of old electronics in a financially lucrative, yet environmentally friendly manner.
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