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Here’s how to swap any incompatible phone for a (free) new one with Yahoo Mobile

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Finding a mobile phone plan that is both affordable and comprehensive can seem like a full-time job. While it’s fair to say that Yahoo Mobile strikes the perfect balance between these two factors, there still remains one lingering question for some: “What if my phone isn’t compatible with the service?”

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Credit: Yahoo Mobile

Credit: Yahoo Mobile

  1. First, check your phone to see if it will work with the Yahoo Mobile service. If you learn that it won’t, you can trade it in for one that will.
  2. Select your new free phone (only Android devices can be chosen here), and it will be shipped along with a SIM card for next business day delivery. A box will also be sent for you to return your old device.
  3. Once you receive your new device, activate it and transfer your current phone number.
  4. Once your new device is fully set up, place your old phone in the provided return box and send it to the listed address within 14 days in order to avoid being charged for the new device.

Credit: Yahoo Mobile


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