Motorola trade-in program offers up to $300 for old devices – Here’s the deal
Motorola has introduced its latest devices at the IFA 2014 trade show and the company now has an attractive offer in place, which implies up to $300 in credit.
For those who are not up to date with the latest news, Motorola has just launched its new-generation Moto X and Moto G smartphones, as well as its much-touted Moto 360 smartwatch running Google's Android Wear operating system for wearable gadgets.
At the same time, the company kicked off a new promotion, in the form of a trade-in program. Interested buyers who want to purchase a new Moto G or Moto X can now get up to $300 in trade-in credit for an old device, and put that amount toward the purchase of their desired Motorola handset.
If you're not sure how much you'd get for the device you want to trade in, you can head over to Motorola's website at this link, enter the brand and model of the device and get a quote to see how much it's worth. If you like the offer and want to take advantage of it, all you have to do is purchase a new Moto X or Moto G and send your old device over to Motorola within the next 30 days. After receiving the device you traded in, the company will send you a Motorola Visa Prepaid card.
"It's simple. Get a Trade In quote, purchase a Moto X or Moto G, send in your old device within 30 days, and we'll mail you a Motorola Visa Prepaid Card. If you've already purchased a new Moto X or Moto G, just have the proof of purchase handy," Motorola explains.
In order to take advantage of this new offer from Motorola, the device you want to trade in must be fully functional, without any signs of water damage or other significant damage. As expected, the maximum trade-in value will only be awarded to devices in mint condition, as any damage will automatically lower their worth.
Lastly, it's also worth pointing out that interested customers can also trade in multiple devices if they so prefer. You can trade in any device, regardless of brand, but the offer only applies for Moto Maker purchases. The Motorola Visa Prepaid Card will be valid for up to 6 months.
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