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Motorola offers $100 trade-up vouchers to customers with phones not getting Android 4.1


News by Andrew Kameka on Monday October 22, 2012.

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Will my phone get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean? If the answer is no, Motorola may offer a $100 rebate towards the purchase of a new device that will be upgraded to Android 4.1, as long as the buyer meets a few minimum requirements.

Motorola announced in September that it would give $100 towards the purchase of a new phone if it failed to update an existing device to Android 4.1. The company has begun the rebate program that will allow select Motorola Android device owners to get a discount on their phone upgrade. In order to receive the rebate, customers must currently own one of the following Motorola phones:

- DROID 3 BY MOTOROLA
- DROID X2 BY MOTOROLA
- MOTOROLA ATRIX 4G
- MOTOROLA ATRIX 2
- MOTOROLA ADMIRAL
- CLIQ 2 BY MOTOROLA
- MOTOROLA MILESTONE 3
- MOTOROLA MILESTONE X2
- MOTOROLA ELECTRIFY
- MOTOROLA PHOTON 4G
- MOTOROLA XPRT
- MOTOROLA TITANIUM
- MOTOROLA TRIUMPH

Owners of the devices not slated to receive Android 4.1 can receive a $100 voucher good towards the purchase of a Motorola Atrix HD, DROID RAZR M, DROID RAZR HD, DROID RAZR MAXX HD, Electrify 2, or PHOTON Q 4G LTE. The program is currently open only to U.S. residents who own a 2011 Motorola phone, but the offer will be extended in other counties later. More details are available at http://www.motorola.com/tradeup.

source: Motorola

 
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