Wednesday, 10 June 2015

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TRADE IN YOUR OLD PHONES AT SLOT NOW!

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  • If you’re hoping to get your hands on any of the latest phones from Apple, Samsung or Blackberry , you’re probably considering trading in your current phone for an upgrade. While the trade-in process is simple, you want to be sure that you don’t pass along your data, pics, music or apps along with your old device.

    Here are the simple steps to take before handing in your new phone.

    1. Know Your Trade-In Value – Find out your estimated trade-in value by visiting any participating SLOT Store .For example, you can get up to N50,000 for your Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Customers who Trade-In any working iPhone 5s will receive guaranteed minimum Trade-In value of N65,000 and customers trading in any working Blackberry Passport can receive Trade-In value of up to N75,000.

    2. Back Up Your Data – You may already have your phone set up to automatically sync to an online service like iCloud or your Google account. You can never be too careful with data and it’s a good idea to make a manual backup of the data on your phone as well. You can create a backup using the tools provided by your phone’s manufacturer, such as Apple’s iTunesSamsung’s Kies, or the Windows Phone Desktop App.

    3. Perform a Factory Reset – The reset will wipe the phone, deleting your personal data and any apps you’ve installed. It will also reset the phone back to its default state. Each operating system handles this a little differently.
    • Android – Before resetting your phone, it’s a good idea to encrypt your data if you haven’t already. To do this, go to “Settings,” select “Security,” then “Encrypt phone.” Once the process is complete, go back to “Settings”, select “Backup & Reset,” then “Factory data reset.”
    • iPhone – For iOS devices, go to “Settings,” select “General,” then “Reset.” From there, select “Erase All Content and Settings.”
    • Windows Phone – Go to the App list and select “Settings.” Next, you will select “About,” then “Reset your phone.” You’ll then select “Yes” in answer to the warnings about data loss (you did back your data up, right?). This will reset your phone to the settings it had when it came from the factory.
    4. Change Account Passwords – For extra protection, change important passwords (e.g., your Apple or Google account) that you may have saved to your smartphone. The factory reset of the phone should remove any saved passwords along with your data, but we recommend clients take this extra precaution. You may also want to ensure that your phone is removed from any services, like Find My iPhone via iCloud.com, or as part of the two-factor authorization in your Google Account if you set it up.

    5. Trade-In Your Old Phone : Pass over your phone to a Matrix Agent usually in Orange and Black uniform. You may be asked to complete a simple form, which simply captures the information that best describes your phones condition. Provide your identity card, receipt of purchase or any form of proof of ownership.

    6. Run a Check on www.stolenphones.org just to be sure your phone is registered on the database protect from theft

    6. Get a Voucher based on the value of your item. This voucher is redeemable only in a slot store

    7. Redeem your Voucher . You can now add more to the value of your voucher depending on cost of phone you want to purchase and take home a brand new phone.

    CLICK HERE TO VALUE YOUR PHONE

     VISIT ANY OF OUR STORES BELOW TO TRADE-IN

    (1)Port Harcourt store
    (2) Abuja 2 store
    (3) N0 19 store, computer village ikeja.
    (4) No 2B medical store, ikeja.
    (5) Alaba store
    (6) City mall store
    (7) Saka tinubu store
    (8) Ikorodu store
    (9) Surulere
    (10) Apapa 2
    (11) LEKKI
    (12) FESTAC
    (13) Abuja 1
    (14) Benin
    (15) Owerri
    (16) Warri
    (17) Aba
    (18) Ilorin
    (19) Uyo
    (20) Abeokuta
    (21) Marina
    (22) VI2
    (23) PH2
    (24) Uni- Lag
    (25) EKET
    (26) Calabar

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