Microsoft announces trade-in program for organizations transitioning to Teams

Given the modern day and age as well as the current pandemic situation, numerous companies have been migrating to online communication software like Teams for their collaborative needs. One consideration in such a transition is about disposing off your old hardware while still managing to get some value out of it. For this purpose, Microsoft has now announced a new device trade-in program.

A graphic showing Microsoft Teams device trade-in program

Microsoft has partnered with Network-Value, which is a U.S.-based firm empowering global trade-in programs. Essentially, Network-Value will buy back your organization's old hardware at competitive prices and also provide you environmentally responsible options for getting rid of it. Another benefit includes global coverage where a company of any size is eligible for this program.

That said, Microsoft has emphasized that the price you get for your traditional communication hardware is dependent upon a number of factors including market demand, the age of your device, and its condition. The company has noted that some hardware may actually be so old that it has no resale value at all, but you can take comfort in the fact that Network-Value will responsibly dispose of it for you and free up your inventory space.

Any quote offered by Network-Value is valid for 45 days only and the company will also cover costs for return shipping. If you would rather have their technical experts visit your company on-site for decommissioning, the cost for that will be deducted from your total trade-in value.

Interested organizations can contact Network-Value through Microsoft's dedicated website here.

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