- Save money by trading in your phone or tablet.
- It's a great way to rid your office of old devices. All devices traded in are data wiped to factory settings, with data destruction certificates available on request.
- Your old phone or tablet will be recycled or reused, reducing waste and landfill.
Trade in your
old phone or tablet.
Trade in your team's old phone or tablet from any network for a credit towards your Optus Business Account.
To get started, check if you can trade in the phone or tablet your business has.
WHAT KIND OF PHONE OR TABLET DO YOU HAVE?
See below to find out how you can trade in your old business phone or tablet.
Made a mistake? Be sure to spell the make and model of your device correctly or select it from the drop down list.
How it works
Check if you can trade in your old phone or tablet.
You'll See Your Trade-In Credit On Your Optus Bill.
We only accept phones or tablets that can power on and that we can hit factory reset on.
Your trade in credit will be applied to your Optus Business Account and you will see it added to the second or third monthly bill after your device trade in.
You can give your phone or tablet to one of your staff, check out our BYO plans or you can recycle your phone through the Mobile Muster program.
Yes. You can trade in your phone or tablet from any network as long as it's an eligible model. You may have to pay your current network an early termination fee.
Your phone or tablet will be cleared of all data, so don’t forget to back up and delete your personal information from your old device before you give it to us.
Your old phones and tablets will be recycled or reused, reducing waste and landfill.
Alegre is the trade-in company that we've partnered with to look after you. They are not owned, operated or controlled by Optus. Alegre will assess, value and buy your old phone or tablet.
No, Alegre will send you a prepaid mail satchel. Just pop your mobile or tablet in the satchel and drop it into a post office within 30 days of being sent your trade-in prepaid satchel. It's a prepaid registered post satchel, so have it scanned at the post office and you can track your satchel until it reaches Alegre.