Microsoft Kicks Off Teams Device Trade-in Program
Microsoft Kicks Off Teams Device Trade-in Program

Microsoft Kicks Off Teams Device Trade-in Program

Microsoft has announced in its recent earnings call that it now has 270 million monthly active users, but Microsoft is looking to expand the reach of its collaboration software even more. To that end, Microsoft has partnered with Network Value to create the new Device Trade-in for Microsoft Teams program.

This new program incentivizes businesses trade-in old conferencing gadgetry “at market competitive prices” and help dispose of aging conferencing technology.  Here are the selling points of the program according to Microsoft:
  • Competitive pricing: obtain maximum value for your eligible used devices when upgrading to new technology
  • Convenience: all trade-in and recycling logistics are coordinated by Network-Value, saving you valuable time
  • Global coverage: Network-Value accepts trade-ins from your offices worldwide
Network Value does all the hard work and provides a quote based on existing inventory. It's a simple three-step process, where an IT admin can just list the devices, get a quote, and then ship the devices off and get paid. Microsoft mentioned competitive pricing, convenience, and global coverage as three core areas of the program. Microsoft has a website where IT admins can check out all the Teams device goodies like cameras, headsets, phones, monitors, and more.

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