Global: Airtel launches Smart TRADE-IN service to replace customers’ old mobile phones with new smartphones

By September 18th, 2015 AT 4:11 PM

Airtel Nigeria has announced the launch of a new service ‘Airtel Smart TRADE-IN’ enabling the customers to exchange their old phones for new smartphones. The old phone traded is valued and the amount is discounted from the cost of the new phone.


The service is currently available in the showrooms of Ikeja Mall, Palms Mall, Sanusi Fafunwa and Oba Akran in Ikeja. Soon, it will be soon rolled out in other Airtel showrooms of the country. The customers who are interested can send an SMS ‘TRADE’ to 182 and follow the instructions. To know the value of the old phones, customers can visit

“The service is to serve the customers who desire affordable smartphones. In line with our commitment to provide services that will continually delight our customers. We have launched this service to offer customers the opportunity to get the latest devices available in the market,” Mr. Maurice Newa, Chief Commercial Officer, Airtel Nigeria.

“Our mission is to enrich the lives of Nigerians through the provision of exceptional experience and the introduction of this service is an attestation of our commitment”, he added.

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Sorry Fraudtel Nigeria is not India to fell for your cheap and stooped down tactics!!!!!

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