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Friday, June 28, 2013
Nokia Offers Trade-Up Program For U.S. Consumers


Are you interested in getting your hands on a new Nokia Lumia 928, Nokia Lumia 925 or the Nokia Lumia 920? If you're reading this from the U.S. and you want to get rid of your old phone, you've got to take advantage of Nokia's new Trade-Up program.

Nokia's Trade-Up program allows consumers in the United States to get a Visa prepaid card up to $300 towards a new Nokia Lumia smartphone.

Users should head over here to determine the trade value of their current phone. They can get some cash for their old phone, too. Get up to $250 for an iPhone 4S, $210 for a Samsung Galaxy SIII or $250 for a HTC One.

Then they can buy the Nokia Lumia smartphone they want. By sending to Nokia their old phone with proof of purchase for their new Nokia Lumia, and the company will send users a prepaid card.


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