Incredible Connection trade in specials

Incredible Connection has kicked off its annual trade-in and upgrade promotion, bringing savings of up to R2,000 with an old trade in

January 31, 2013
Incredible Connection trade in

Incredible Connection has kicked off its annual trade-in and upgrade promotion, offering savings of up to R2,000 on laptops, printers, monitors, cameras, and other tech gear.

The technology retailer previously said that the initiative is part of its commitment to alleviating harm to the environment.

“If not disposed of responsibly, e-waste can leach toxic contaminants into the environment and cause health problems for anyone who comes into contact with them,” Incredible Connection said in a press statement.

There are many deals on offer on a range of gadgets and computing equipment, and the discount depends on the product you purchase.

The following image gives an overview of the discounts offered when upgrading to a new laptop or monitor.

Incredible Connection trade in specials

Incredible Connection trade in specials

As an example, a consumer can purchase a Samsung SyncMaster 27-inch LED monitor (which is normally priced at R3,999) for R2,999 if they bring in an old monitor.

IC Samsung 27-inch monitor upgrade deal

IC Samsung 27-inch monitor upgrade deal

If you are in the market for a new camera, the following discounts are available with a trade in.

Incredible Connection camera trade in specials

Incredible Connection camera trade in specials

The current trade in and upgrade promotions are available from 31 January to 3 February 2013.

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