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Microsoft starts two new promotions for its phones, tablets, Xbox Music

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 04 Feb 2014 19:41 User comments (1)

Microsoft starts two new promotions for its phones, tablets, Xbox Music Microsoft, in its quest to get more smartphone owners to switch to Windows Phone and Windows, has started two new promotions.
The first promotion is a standard trade-in offer that will allow consumers to trade in smartphone and tablets for up to $250 in credit. Of course there are restrictions; as you must bring the device to a US or Canadian Microsoft store (there are few). Additionally, you must bring in a full working device with no cracks or water damage, and you must include original accessories. Finally, you must also remove any password protection (this will of course not be a problem if you reformat the device like you are supposed to).

A Microsoft Store employee will determine how much the trade-in value is, and the deal is good through March 2nd.

The second deal is for the popular and cheap Nokia Lumia 520/521, which will come with a full 12-month subscription to Xbox Music for $99 total. The subscription normally costs $100 per year, and the device sells for $65 unlocked on average depending on the retailer/carrier.

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15.2.2014 0:15

I wonder if you can trade in more than one item for that 250$ deal


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