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Samsung offering $200 for old smartphones to get a Galaxy Note 4


News by Luke Jones on Friday September 19, 2014.

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With pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 now up and running with carriers and networks, you may be turning your attention to financing the handset. The king of the phablet world does not come cheap, but Samsung is making things a little easier with a new cashback program that could make it simpler to get the S Pen packing Note 4 in your hands.

The Korean company has raised the curtain on a new trade in initiative that guarantees $200 back for your old smartphone (any one will do apparently). To take advantage of this offer you will need to pre-order the Galaxy Note 4 from your retailer or carrier of choice and then trade in an old smartphone before October 16th. On October 10th you will need to pay a visit to Samsung's promotional page (check it out at the source) and submit your name, email address, mailing address, phone number and date of birth.

On top of that, you will also need to add your devices MEI and Wi-Fi Mac address, along with proof of your pre-order and trade-in. Samsung will then fire you a check that will be between $200 and the trade in amount of the retailer/carrier, with $10 set as the minimum.

If you have that old smartphone in the corner losing value by the day, now could be the time to get rid of it and get a Galaxy Note 4 instead. Needless to say, if your smartphone has a value of more than 200 bucks you would be better just going through your carrier's normal trade in process.

source: Samsung

 
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