OPPO launches new trade-in program

Recycle your old device and get up to $707 in return.

Georgia Dixon
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April 15, 2021
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Thinking of getting your hands on the shiny new OPPO Find X3 Pro? Or perhaps something a little budget-friendlier, like the Reno4 5G? Either way, you'll still be faced with the same dilemma: what to do with the old phone? Well, today OPPO has announced you can turn your old device - no matter if it's a Samsung Galaxy, iPhone, Google Pixel or older OPPO model - in exchange for sweet, sweet savings on your upgrade.

"With consumers becoming increasingly price-conscious but not wanting to compromise on quality, a trade-in program that supports our wide range of smartphones was the logical next step for our growth in Australia," Managing Director Michael Tran said.

Of course, the program does favour OPPO trade-ins highly, offering a bonus 'loyalty' credit on top of the standard trade-in valuation. For example, trading in last year's OPPO Find X2 Pro will get you $502 for the phone itself, plus a $205 OPPO loyalty valuation, bringing the total voucher to $707. To put that into perspective, that would bring the new Find X3 Pro down to less than $1,000.

The most you can get for a Samsung Galaxy device is $502 for a Note 20, and you'd get the same for an iPhone 11 Pro Max. You can also score up to $470 for a Google Pixel 5 and $400 for a Huawei P30 Pro.

Of course, your final valuation depends on the condition of your device, so don't go expecting to receive $707 for a banged-up Find X2 Pro that barely turns on.

To see how much you'd get for your phone, head over to the dedicated OPPO trade-in hub and punch in the details. To check out what OPPO phones you might be able to put your voucher towards, take a look at their most popular models below.

Georgia Dixon
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Georgia Dixon
Georgia Dixon has over seven years' experience writing about all things tech, entertainment and lifestyle, with bylines in TechLife magazine, 7NEWS and Stuff.co.nz. In her spare time, you'll find her playing games and daydreaming about good food, wine, and dogs.

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