Microsoft offering $150 off Lumia 950 and 950 XL with trade-in of Lumia 920, 925, or 1020

If you are an owner of a Nokia Lumia 920, 925, or 1020, you might still be feeling pretty burned by Microsoft's decision not to upgrade your device to Windows 10 Mobile, despite promises. It would appear that the firm is attempting to make amends by offering a trade-in deal for you to get a newer phone.

The deal is that you get $150 off of the price of a Lumia 950 or 950 XL if you trade-in a Lumia 920, 925, or 1020.

Here's how it works. Head on over to the Microsoft Store and click Trade-in online (you can trade-in at a Microsoft Store as well). You'll be asked to choose which device you're trading in, whether you're trading in the charger as well, and what the IMEI number of the device is.

Once you calculate the price, you'll see that there's going to be a $150 credit, even if you check "no" next to the question about the charger. The one catch is that the device has to be in working condition.

'Working' is defined by the following conditions:

  • All keys work.

  • Device powers on.

  • Liquid damage indicator is not discolored.

  • The screen is not cracked or broken.

  • No security codes or PIN codes are required to operate the device.

The deal starts today and ends on June 30. Unfortunately for some, it's exclusive to the US (including Puerto Rico) and Canada.

Source: Microsoft Store

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