Apple expands iPhone trade-in program to Canada
A row of iPhone 5c phones are on display at the Apple Store on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, Fla., Friday, Sept. 20, 2013, the first day of sales for the phone. (AP / J Pat Carter)
Published Monday, March 10, 2014 11:45AM EDT
Last Updated Tuesday, March 11, 2014 10:30AM EDT
Canadian iPhone users looking to save some money on a new phone will now be able to take advantage of Apple’s handset recycling program, the company announced Monday.
Customers who trade in their working iPhones will be able to receive a store credit of up to $275 for the purchase of a new iPhone at Apple stores.
The value of the credit will be determined by staff in Apple's retail stores. Both consumer and business users will be able to receive a credit for their old devices.
A similar program was made available to U.S. customers last summer.
In a statement, Apple also says the “Reuse and Recycling Program” will be good for the environment