VANCOUVER, Dec. 10, 2014 /CNW/ - To help families this Christmas, Cell Clinic Vancouver is accepting trade-ins on broken/used mobile devices for cash at nearly twice the value offered by major cell phone providers, and an additional 20 per cent to trade for in-store credit.
Gifts or cash will help families purchase presents this Christmas. We are also encouraging people to use this offer to purchase gifts and donate directly to a charity of their choice such as YWCA Metro Vancouver, Greater Vancouver Food Bank, Salvation Army, Covenant House, Senior Services Society, BC SPCA, Vancouver Humane Society, Downtown Eastside Women's Centre and Kocihta (helping Indigenous youth reach their career potential).
"We want to help charities and families that are in need," said Alex Dechant, owner of Cell Clinic Ltd. "Many people don't realize that old cell phones and tablets can be turned into cash or repaired Vs. purchasing a new one. Repairing a new mobile device can save consumers hundreds of dollars, reduce technology's carbon footprint, and eliminate the need to purchase a phone prior to the end of a cellular contract, or enter into a long-term contract with a mobile provider", said Dechant.
Cell Clinic provides individuals and corporations with a quick, affordable, and quality repair option in the heart of downtown Vancouver (935 Seymour) that will improve the functionality and life of their current cell phone and tablet. The store also offers gift certificates, refurbished mobile devices, and a variety of mobile accessories such as protection options, cases, Bluetooth speakers, headphones, chargers, etc.
SOURCE: Cell Clinic Ltd.
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