HTC Launches Trade In Program To Let You Switch To The HTC One

HTC’s latest flagship smartphone has been available in the US since last month. If you haven’t bought an HTC One yet then maybe this newly introduced program from HTV might tempt you to do so. The company is running a promo that allows you to trade in your existing smartphone to get as much as $375 through a Prepaid Visa credit card.

The promo tagline is “One Phone, One Weekend, One Premium Upgrade.” Here’s how it works. You will need to buy the HTC One first between 5/2/13 – 5/5/13. After you have bought the device you will need to go to this website and enter the promo code HTC100. You will need to complete the information needed for the device you wish to trade in to get its value. This process must be completed on or before 11:59pm EST 5/31/13. You will be provided a shipping label which you will use to mail-in your eligible smartphone accompanied with the proof of purchase of your HTC One. All you have to do now is wait for the Prepaid Visa card which will arrive in your mail.

Here’s a list of some of the smartphones that are eligible for this promo

  • iPhone 5 $300 – $375
  • iPhone 4S $200 – $255
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 $130 – $210
  • Blackberry Z10 $250
  • Motorola Droid Razr $100 – $184
  • LG Optimus 4X HD $150
  • Blackberry Curve, Blackberry Bold $100

If you’re hesitant to switch to the HTC One because you don’t know how to migrate the data from your current smartphone then this isn’t a problem since HTC is providing you with the tools needed to transfer your data easily. iPhone users will be able to easily transfer their iTunes and photo library easily with the HTC Sync Manager. All you have to do is connect your iPhone and the HTC One to your PC and the content of your iPhone will be available on your HTC One. Those who are using an Android device just need to download the HTC Transfer Tool from Google Play to easily transfer content.

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