Introducing the Rogers Trade-Up program

Rogers Trade UpFrom the Moto X and LG G2 to the Samsung Mega, there are many new devices to look forward to as the summer comes to an end. If you’re hankering for an upgrade, your old phone can help! A survey from Lookout found that many people have at least one or two old devices collecting dust at home. Instead, recycle your device or trade it in for a credit towards an upgrade with the new Rogers Trade-Up program.

How do I get started?

To find out the value of your phone or tablet, bring it to your local participating Rogers store or search directly on your smartphone by visiting  What’s great about getting a Rogers Trade-Up quote is that we’ll honour it for 30 days, so you can lock-in a great buy-back price for your old device before a newer model is unveiled or hits the stores.  Additionally, to get full trade-in value, your device must be able to power up and have a working touchscreen with no cracks.

How can I use the trade-in credit?

If you’re a new Rogers customer, this trade-in credit will be used towards the purchase a new device or accessories. If you’re an existing Rogers wireless customer, you’ll receive this credit on the second or third bill after your upgrade. Based on today’s value, your old Samsung Galaxy Note could earn you a credit of up to $80 towards your upgrade.

Will my personal data be protected and removed from my device?

Some Rogers locations will be able to transfer your data to your new device. However, it is recommended that you back up any pictures or videos before you make the swap. Performing a factory reset before you trade will make sure all of your data will be wiped from the device. The store will also perform this task again to confirm all of your data is removed.

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What new smartphone has you considering making a trade?

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  1. Wow, took a look, and some decent value there! (may vary by phone)

    I wish this was around, 4 months ago when I went up to my iphone 5.
    Currently my 4 could be up to $90, would have mostly covered the early upgrade fee.

  2. why wouldn’t an iphone not be available for a credit?? seems odd