Following Vodafone Qatar’s hugely successful and fully sold-out launch of the 5G iPhone 12 line- up, the company has announced the arrival of new limited stock with the fantastic opportunity to trade-in your current iPhone for a credit towards the purchase of the new iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro Max. 

The hugely popular Vodafone Trade-in Programme is an easy way to get the latest iPhone. And, when trading in, customers will get an extra QAR300 discount on their iPhone purchase if they sign up to a new Postpaid Unlimited 5G Plan or upgrade their existing plan to an Unlimited 5G Plan.

For example, customers who trade-in their current iPhone XS 64 GB and sign up to a new Unlimited 5G plan will get an iPhone 12 Pro 128 GB for QR2,999. Or better still, if they trade-in their iPhone 11 Pro 64 GB and sign up for the Unlimited 5G plan, they will get the iPhone 12 Mini for just QAR999.

Unlimited 5G plans are the perfect plans for iPhone 12 models, giving customers unlimited local data and calls as well as roaming data in up to 140 countries. On top of this, Vodafone exclusively offers customers a free second year warranty worth QAR295 with every iPhone 12 purchase.

How It Works

It’s simple: customers only need to bring the iPhone/s they want to trade-in to any one of the following Vodafone retail stores for valuation: Villaggio, Mall of Qatar, Landmark, City Centre, Tawar Mall, Doha Festival City, Al Wakra, Lulu D Ring, Lulu Gharaffa, Lulu Al Khor, Al Wakra, Al Nasr, Al Kharityat, The Pearl and Al Furossiya.

Customers can trade-in up to three iPhones starting with the iPhone 5 for the purchase of one of the new iPhone 12 models. Returning accessories is not required with the trade-in programme. The final sale value will be based on a fixed criteria such as iPhone model, device functionality, battery functionality and screen intactness.

To trade in your phones safely and securely, customers should log out of iCloud, remove their SIM or memory card, delete all personal information and reset to Factory Settings.

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