Smart Equipment Buyback Program From VoIP Supply Lets You Sell Old Phone Systems

Updated: January 07, 2011

VoIP Supply has launched a buyback program that lets anyone sell off some of their old VoIP and Phone System equipment for cash or credit. The program is limited in that VoIP Supply will only buyback equipment it can use in some way and they make the determination about condition and so forth. But as they point out, you are quite likely to get a better price from them for equipment they actually are looking for than if you go the eBay or Craigslist route. The process is straightforward according to VoIP Supply:

  • Submit a list of equipment for sale via the VoIP Supply Reclaim website or associated email address.
  • Receive a Reclaim buyback offer on your equipment from VoIP Supply.
  • Properly package your equipment for shipment and ready package for pick-up by VoIP Supply’s shipment carrier.
  • Await confirmation of shipment receipt and equipment acceptance from VoIP Supply.
  • Receive a check or store credit for the agreed upon value of the equipment.

According to VoIP Supply, "Every year billions of dollars worth of perfectly acceptable and operational equipment sits idle in a storage room or closet leaving many with financial, environmental and security liabilities. Reclaim allows companies to properly recycle this excess or legacy equipment, preventing e-waste and putting the equipment to good use."

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