Are you tired of your old phone and itching for an upgrade, but still under contract? The good news is that you may be able to trade in your phone even if you are still under contract.

First, check your contract terms with your carrier. Some contracts allow for early upgrades or trade-ins for a fee, while others may have specific time frames before you are eligible for an upgrade.

If your contract allows for a trade-in, the next step is to determine the value of your phone. Most carriers have online trade-in calculators that will give you an estimate of how much your phone is worth. It`s important to note that the value of your phone may decrease if it has any damage or is not in good working condition.

Once you have determined the value of your phone, you can either trade it in at a physical store or online. If you trade it in online, you will typically be sent a shipping label to send your phone to the carrier. After it`s received and evaluated, you will be given a credit to your account or a gift card for the value of your phone.

It`s important to weigh the cost-benefit of trading in your phone under contract. While you may be able to get an upgrade, there may be fees or additional costs associated with early upgrades or breaking your contract. Make sure to read the fine print and consult with your carrier to determine the best option for you.

Overall, trading in a phone under contract is possible but may come with some additional costs or conditions. Make sure to do your research and weigh your options before making a decision.