CTL introduced its newly revamped Buyback Policy to help companies handle their end-of-life Chrome computers.
FREMONT, CA: CTL has introduced its newly revamped Buyback Policy to help companies handle their end-of-life Chrome computers. To purchase a new CTL Chrome product, the CTL Buyback Program will repurpose end-of-life devices and recover value from every device. By visiting buyback.ctl.net, automating the operation, and protecting shipping expenses, CTL makes it easy for companies to recycle Chrome devices.
To take part in the CTL Buyback Program:
1. To see which Chromebooks are available for buyback, the users can visit https://buyback.ctl.net/
2. Complete the prompts and questions about device information and device status. The buyback structure is classified into three levels and specifies the buyback value of the Chromebook:
• Parts only
• The operational condition with AC adapter, no cosmetic damage or broken parts
• The operating condition with cosmetic damage (scratches, dings)
3. Upload the completed form, and a shipment call tag will be developed and shared. It will be used for delivering the unit to CTL headquarters for further processing.
4. When a CTL specialist has reviewed the product and the device condition has been verified, they will give credit through the method chosen while submitting the CTL purchase form. It is possible to issue a CTL buyback payment through PayPal or as a credit for future purchases.
For companies to better control their fleet, the CTL Buyback Program provides a way to recycle responsibly and recapture Chrome devices' value. It is a simple, hassle-free method for selling back old Chromebooks and updating the Chromebook fleet of an organization to enhance students and teachers' experiences.
Since 1989, CTL has developed best-in-class Chromebooks, notebooks, desktop computers, computer displays, workstations, and high-end servers. Rugged Chromebooks for School, Chromebox, and Chromebook Tablets from CTL have been widely recognized by renowned tech publications like PC Magazine, ChromeUnboxed.com, Android Police, Android Central, CNET, and Laptop Magazine. The headquarters, sales, and support departments of CTL are all based in the USA.