Vodafone Qatar is the only entity in the country offering customers the opportunity to trade-in their old Apple Watch for the latest Apple Watch Series 5 (GPS + Cellular), according to a statement.
With the Vodafone Trade-in Programme, customers can trade-in any Apple Watch starting with Apple Watch Series 2 for a credit towards the purchase of the new Apple Watch 5 (GPS + Cellular) Series.
Customers can trade up to three Apple Watches and the final sale value will be based on fixed criteria such as model, device functionality, battery functionality and screen intactness.
All customers have to do is bring the Apple Watch/s they want to trade-in to one of the following Vodafone retail stores for valuation: Villaggio Mall, Mall of Qatar, Landmark, City Center Doha.
To trade in their watches safely and securely, customers should log out of iCloud, delete all personal information and reset to Factory Settings.
Apple Watch Series 5 (GPS + Cellular) features an Always-On display, breakthrough communication, fitness and health capabilities along with built-in cellular to make and receive calls even when away from your iPhone.
Following its recent launch of the Apple Watch Series 5 (GPS + Cellular), Vodafone is helping customers get started with a special introductory cellular trial.
As part of the launch promotion they will get a free six month subscription; a service that usually costs QR30 per month.
All Vodafone Postpaid customers can enjoy the cellular trial on their Apple Watch Series 5 by pairing it to their iPhone and enabling the eSIM to access their in-plan benefits.
In addition to that, every Apple Watch Series 5 comes with a free six month subscription to Apple Music, giving customers access to over 60mn songs including some of the best Arabic selections.
To learn more, visit www.vodafone.qa/tradein
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