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News on 22 March 2004

Fast Start 2004  IBM Trade-In Program Details

Purchase Timeframe
January through June 25, 2004

Program Overview
The program allows the Customers to trade in any of their IBM logo Line and Band printer models, selected competitive line matrix models, band printers, and any other competitive printers. (see below)  The rebate is not based on the models being traded-in but on the 6400 model being purchased.

Upon receipt and verification of the trade-in printer, Printronix will mail the rebate check to either the end user or Business Partner (as agreed in advance).

This is a one-for-one trade-in.  For every new IBM 6400 line matrix printer purchased, the Customer will trade in one old IBM 64XX line matrix printer, one competitive line matrix printer, one band printer, or other qualifying competitive printer.  Customer is required to strap trade-in printer to the pallet from the new printer received or equivalent.  Printronix will coordinate scrap or pick up and pay the freight on the old (traded-in) printers back.

Following is the trade-in rebate:
Trade-In Purchase  Cash Amount
Printronix models L150, P300, P600, MVP, P6xxx, P3xxx, P9xxx, P4xxx
Tally, Genicom (Line Matrix models only), any BAND printers, or any other competitive printer
IBM models 6408, 6412, 5262, 6262, 4234, 4245 
6400-i05 or -i5P
6400-i10 or -i1P
6400-XXX or Printronix P5xxx (any model) 6400-i05 or -i5P
6400-i10 or -i1P

Trade-In Information Required:

Model Number: __________________  Serial #: ______________________________

Program Terms
Customers have a maximum of 60 days from time of delivery of their new 6400 Line Matrix Printer to schedule printer pickup.

Trade-In printer condition
Trade-in printers do not have to be functional, but they must be turned in with all the components intact.  All trade-in printers will be checked upon receipt and the Customer will be notified if the trade-in printer does not meet the trade-in requirements.

Customer responsibility
The Customer is responsible for packaging (strapping to pallet) the trade-in printer for shipment.

The Trade-In program is an important incentive for our end users to upgrade to a new 6400 I-Series line matrix printer.  Customer benefit from lower service contract costs, higher print speeds, and accessibility to higher resolution, broader graphics and network connection.