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PMC’s UpTrade lets customers trade in gadgets for Apple devices

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POWER MAC Center (PMC) has rolled out a program that allows customers to trade in their old gadgets to purchase Apple devices.

Called UpTrade, the program lets people trade in iOS and Android devices in exchange for eVouchers or store credit, which can be used to purchase any Power Mac Center or The Loop by Power Mac Center products, such as but not limited to laptops, mobile phones, speakers, and accessories.

“The premier Apple partner’s UpTrade program makes it easier for customers to own an Apple device or update to the latest Apple devices while providing a hassle-free environment of disposing their pre-loved devices,” Power Mac Center said in a statement.

Customers are allowed to trade in a maximum of five devices per transaction under UpTrade. The purchase of the new Apple device must take place immediately and in the same PMC store where the assessment was done.

To avail of the program, customers must visit a participating store and submit their device for assessment. They will then be given the amount equivalent to the trade-in value. One valid ID must be presented in order to complete the transaction.

Participating stores include Power Mac Center Greenbelt 3, Festival Supermall, SM Mall of Asia, TriNoma, SM Aura Premier, SM City North EDSA, SM Megamall, Power Plant Mall, SM City Marikina, SM City Lipa, and Robinsons Magnolia. Meanwhile, participating The Loop by Power Mac Center branches are at UP Town Center, SM City Calamba, Lucky Chinatown Mall, and Uptown Mall.