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> $20-$25 for a phone, that's really peanuts to offer for a phone imho.
You won't get much more for an older phone (and the A460 is an older phone).
Don't forget that the carriers discount many of their phones to well under $100
if you sign or extend a contract.
> however, when combined with the upgrade program where one gets $150 if
> you've owned your current phone for more than 18months, that's not a
> bad deal. does anyone know if you can combine the two?
Probably not. Why would you want to get a phone that's, what, 2-3 years old,
when you can get a new one for a similar price?
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