*For a limited time, on /Shop Samsung App, purchase a Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ or Note8 with Samsung Financing or outright purchase at full retail price (“Qualifying Purchase”) and send in a qualifying trade-in device to Samsung (must be received by Samsung within 15 days of Qualifying Purchase or you will be charged back for trade-in value applied to purchase), and you will receive up to a $400 trade-in credit to apply toward your Qualifying Purchase. Check for a list of smartphone models that currently qualify for trade-in; smartphone models eligible for trade-in may change throughout the promotion period at Samsung’s sole discretion. To be eligible for trade-in, a qualifying device must meet all Trade-In Program eligibility requirements, which include that the device powers on and holds a charge; has a functioning display; has no breaks or cracks in the screen (unless you specifically select a cracked screen offer if available at the time you make your Qualifying Purchase); has no breaks or cracks in the case; has no other visible defects that go beyond normal wear and tear; is not on a black list of any kind; has a verified FCC ID; has been reset to factory settings; has all personal information removed from device; and has reactivation lock, Google Factory Reset Protection and all other anti-theft locking software disabled. If you send in a trade-in device and it is received within 15 days but does not meet all eligibility requirements, you will be charged back the value of the trade-in credit you received minus $25. Participation in this program does not excuse you from contracts with your carrier or retailer (or any related payments or fees) for the device that was traded in. You may not participate if you lease or do not own the device you would be trading in. Limit 1 trade-in per qualifying purchase. Samsung reserves the right to modify or discontinue this offer at any time. The Trade-In Program cannot be combined with any other Samsung, carrier or retailer promotions, discounts, or offers unless specifically provided for in the terms and conditions of such offers. Additional terms apply. Visit /us/trade-in/terms-and-conditions to learn more.
The plan for the extension to Hangzhou was first approved by the central government in February 2006, with a planned date of completion in 2010. Work was suspended in 2008, owing to public protests over radiation fears  despite an environmental assessment by the Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences saying the line was safe and would not affect air and water quality, and noise pollution could be controlled.  According to China Daily, as reported on People's Daily Online 27 February 2009, the Shanghai municipal government was considering building the maglev line underground to allay the public's fear of electromagnetic pollution and the final decision on the maglev line had to be approved by the National Development and Reform commission.