HTC offering up to $300 credit with new Trade-Up program
In the market for a new smartphone but don’t know what to do with it? If you’re considering an HTC for your next device, then there’s a new option to consider. HTC has unveiled a new Trade-Up program which could net you upwards of $300 (Visa Prepaid Card) cash back for that old Droid X. The process is quite simple and essentially amounts to the following:
- Get a quote here your current phone’s value
- Buy a new HTC handset
- Mail in your old (working) smartphone
- Handset is checked and condition is confirmed
- Receive money
We tried two different phone models just to see what we might be looking at. On the lower end of things, the HTC EVO 4G (Sprint) is worth $20 in good working condition. As for a 32GB Samsung Galaxy S III from T-Mobile, well that would bring in $315. Yeah, right? We thought this thing maxed at $300. Nevertheless, quotes are held for 30 days from the time you enter in your details.
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