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Microsoft kicks off its device trade-in program for Teams

Microsoft Teams PC
Microsoft Teams PC (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • Microsoft has been doggedly pursuing Teams growth for the past few years.
  • It recently crossed the milestone of having over 270 million active monthly users.
  • Microsoft has now launched a Teams device trade-in program to further incentivize the adoption of its communications platform.

In a quest for the whole wide world to join Teams, Microsoft isn't settling for its current crew of over 270 million active monthly users. It needs more people to sign on. And what's one of the best ways to lure 'em in? Money.

Enter: The "Device Trade-In for Microsoft Teams" program. In partnership with Network-Value, the corporate power duo will buy back your conferencing gadgetry at "market competitive prices" and help you dispose of aging tech. Here are the selling points of the trade-in program, as described by 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

There you have it. Worldwide coverage, logistics assistance, and competitive pricing. What more could you ask for? Oh, Teams Room tech, you say? Well, wouldn't you know it, Microsoft has a convenient roundup of all the goodies you can buy with that sweet, sweet trade-in cash.

Teams Device Trade In Program

Source: Microsoft (Image credit: Source: Microsoft)

If your business is looking to go to Teams anyway and needs updated hardware, this offering from Microsoft is worth investigating. You can start the process to receive a quote from Network-Value here.

Microsoft Teams devices

Microsoft has a whole host of gadgets dedicated to making your Teams conferencing experience as efficient and painless as possible. Couple that with the new trade-in program and there's never been an easier time to get into the Teams life for cheap(ish).

Robert Carnevale is the News Editor for Windows Central. He's a big fan of Kinect (it lives on in his heart), Sonic the Hedgehog, and the legendary intersection of those two titans, Sonic Free Riders. He is the author of Cold War 2395. Have a useful tip? Send it to robert.carnevale@futurenet.com.