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HTC One trade-up campaign is offering you $100 for your old phone

HTC One trade-up campaign is offering you $100 for your old phone

HTC trade old phone

It’s only a few weeks to go before HTC One flagship will hit the major retailers around the world. And for us it’s hard to imagine how anyone who is interested in buying a HTC phone would not opt for the One. Certainly HTC thinks that too.

HTC marketing efforts wants to push sales and encourage customers in buying the new flagship by launching its cash-back program for those who pre-order the HTC One. The new HTC One trade-up campaign is offering you $100 if you trade up your current phone and you buy a HTC One instead.

The One device is certainly in the big league and probably one of the best smartphones on the market right now but customers should afford the estimated price of £519.99. Trade-in values are generally lowers than the amount you can obtain by selling your handset on your own. Although HTC One trade-up program is welcomed if you need to get rid of your old phone fast and easy, especially if it is an aging smartphone.

In case you are willing to trade your current phone for the “One” here are the steps you should follow in order to be eligible for the discount:

  • Go to HTC official website and pre-register with your email for the HTC cash back program.
  • Pre-order a HTC One or buy the device, which will be available soon.
  • Send HTC your old phone along with a proof (the invoice) of the HTC One purchase and HTC will pay you back on your Visa Card either $100 or the trade-in value of the old phone, whichever one is greater.

HTC is also running an older trade-up program, which will refund you up to $300 if you buy a new HTC phone, no matter the model. You should get a quotation for your old phone’s value and then send the old working handset to HTC. The program will accept any old phone even if it’s not from HTC and the company will cash back to you the old phone’s value.

And don’t forget you can use our unlock service in order to remove carrier’s restrains fromyour new HTC Smartphone.


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