Friday, September 07, 2012

Motorola Offering $100 Trade-In Credit For 2011 Smartphones That Won't Get Jelly Bean

Motorola appears to be committed to keeping customers up to date with the latest Android platform. So much so they are planning on putting their money where their mouth is. The company is offering customers who own a 2011 or later smartphone that won't be getting the Jelly Bean update a $100 back towards the purchase of a new Motorola smartphone.

"We want to give you the best of smartphone technology. That means not only pushing the boundaries on design, utility, and speed, but also providing the best mobile software out there. Today, that's Jelly Bean, the newest Android operating system. That's why we're upgrading Motorola smartphones first offered for sale in 2011¹ and later to Jelly Bean. If we don't upgrade your phone to Jelly Bean, we don't want you to miss out. Buy a select new Motorola smartphone, trade in your old phone, and we'll give you $100 back.² So you always enjoy the best from us."

Motorola's trade-in program is applies to United States sales of Android Motorola smartphones first offered in 2011 or later. The $100 trade-in provided will be in the form of a Gift Card, carrier credit or other cash equivalent at Motorola's sole discretion. Official program details will be posted on the trade-in site at a future date.

While Motorola hasn't officially posted the details for the trade-in plan here is the gist of how it will work. You buy one of the newly introduced Motorola smartphones; the Motorola DROID RAZR HD, Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD and the Motorola DROID RAZR M. Send in the phone you're trading in, and you'll get the $100 back in one of the forms previously mentioned.

For more details visit the Motorola Trade-In Site

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