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May 07, 2008

Sennheiser Lets Consumers Trade In and Trade Up Their Old Headsets


By Stefania Viscusi, Assignment Desk Editor

 

Following the success of their cash-back, trade-in program for consumer headphones launched last month, Sennheiser has announced it is again accepting old, broken and used headphones for cash trade in the month of May. Also this month, the company is accepting trade-ins for call center headsets.
 
As part of the incentive program, cash is given to customers who upgrade to a popular pair of Sennheiser headphones. This offers consumers an opportunity to get a significantly higher dollar value back for headphones that may end up in the garbage or in a desk drawer after an upgrade.
 
With the latest rebate offering, Sennheiser is now also making it possible to send in any number of call center headsets in the same old or broken condition from companies GN Netcom (News - Alert), Plantronics, or VXI, to be upgraded to an equivalent number of Sennheiser Communications headsets and receive a cash rebate.
 
Upgrading to Sennheiser's headphones and call center headsets will allow users to experience the high quality sound and comfort provided by the company, and that has made them one of the hottest names in audio today.
 
"Call center headsets are heavily used and take a beating. Most times, broken or outdated headsets become a loss for the company. With Sennheiser's latest "Trade In and Trade Up" rebate program, we're giving headset users the chance to experience better quality and companies the chance to get money back on their headset investments," said Eric Palonen, Product Manager, Sennheiser Communications (News - Alert).
 
Old headsets can be mailed in along with a completed rebate form to receive $10 for each headset traded in. Rebate forms are available HERE.
   
 
For more, be sure to check out the Headsets channel on TMCnet.
 
 
Stefania Viscusi is an established writer and avid reader. To see more of her articles, please visit Stefania Viscusi’s columnist page
 

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