CExchange, U.S. Cellular Launch Recycling Program

CExchange, U.S. Cellular Launch Recycling Program

CExchange is launching an electronics recycling and trade-in store program for cell phones and tablets with U.S. Cellular.

Carrollton, Texas-based CExchange said program in U.S. Cellular stores will allow customers to trade up to a new device more economically and give them a free recycling option.

“U.S. Cellular is a well-respected provider in the wireless space, and their team is well aligned with ours as we are both keenly focused on providing a great customer experience,” said Scott Nordhaus, CEO of CExchange, in a news release.

“Our partnership with CExchange represents another opportunity to deliver a convenient service for our customers and potential customers,” said Ed Perez, vice president of sales and marketing operations for Chicago-based U.S. Cellular. “When people come into our stores for our cutting-edge lineup of smartphones and tablets, we can introduce them to our trade-in and recycling program.”

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