As of August 2015, some eligible devices for receiving credit from the Sprint Buyback Program include, at the lower end of the payment scale, the AT&T Alcatel OT-510, the Sprint Blackberry 7250 Black and the T-Mobile HTC 9500 Picker PC Silver. Each of these can be traded in for a maximum of $1. At the higher end of the payment scale, the AT&T Apple A1522 iPhone 6 Plus Gray 128GB can be traded in for a maximum of $380, while the Verizon Samsung G925V Galaxy S6 EDGE Black 32GB can be traded in for a maximum of $400.
Payments from the Sprint Buyback Program are stored as account credit to be used on future devices. As of 2015, the Samsung Galaxy S6 EDGE is the most valuable eligible device to trade in.
Some other eligible devices on generic carriers along with their maximum trade in values include:
- Alcatel 4037T One Touch Evolve 2 Black ($10)
- Apple A1219 iPad 1 Black 32GB ($20)
- Blackberry Q5 Black ($31)
- BLU Products D610A Studio 5.5 ($5)
- HTC 0P6B100 ONE M8 Black 32GB ($166)
- LG D855 G3 White 16GB ($118)
- Motorola GT-I9152 Galaxy Mega 5.8 Black 16GB ($70)
Devices not listed as eligible at the Sprint Buyback Program website can be recycled for free in support of the charitable Sprint Project Connect.