Looking to upgrade your device? Give the gift of savings with the Rogers Hand-Me-Down program

shows that in 2011, 90% of Ontarian individuals indicated they are holding on to at least one out-of-use electronic device.

Your old smartphone shouldn’t go to waste. There are a number of options if you’re looking to rid yourself of those old electronics. But if your smartphone is still in fine working form and you’re ready to upgrade to a newer version of that device or a completely different smartphone altogether, the Rogers Hand-Me-Down program is a great solution.

Is your father finally set to join the wireless world and get a smartphone? Or perhaps your daughter’s reached the age where she’s ready for her own device? Many of us have a family member or friend who could benefit from a previous generation smartphone that still has a lot of life in it. That’s where Rogers Hand-Me-Down comes in.

This is how it works:

  • If you’re a Rogers wireless customer you can hand down your previous generation Rogers wireless phone to a family or friend when you upgrade to a new one
  • The recipient of that handed down device must be a new customer who activates with Rogers. They can activate on any month-to-month plan or add a line to an existing Family Plan
  • When they activate their Hand-Me-Down device, we’ll waive the activation fee!
  • PLUS for a limited time only, they receive up to $120 in credits ($10 off per month for up to 12 months) – offer expires October 31st
  • To find out more information about handing down your device on Rogers, check out our microsite

What device will you be handing down this fall?

Michelle is a regular contributor to RedBoard

The information in this post is current at the date of posting and is subject to change without notice.

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4 comments on “Looking to upgrade your device? Give the gift of savings with the Rogers Hand-Me-Down program

  1. Ryan

    Do rocket sticks qualify for this? My dad gave me his today because he got a new one.

  2. Michael

    So I have the iphone 4s now, and if I transfer this phone to someone in my family, does that mean I can get the Iphone 5, for the regular price without the early upgrade fee?