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Those of you who are looking for new smartphones in exchange for previous ones should be happy to know that Microsoft has introduced a new exchange program for smartphones. If you were thinking to get a Nokia Lumia smartphone, now is your chance. In exchange for an iPhone 4/4S and Samsung Galaxy S 2, Microsoft will provide you with a Lumia 1020 and 1520 for free!
Microsoft has introduced the trade-in program for Apple’s iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy. Those of you who want to try out a new mobile operating system (which Microsoft wants you to do), are now eligible for the trade-in program.
If you currently own an iPhone 4, iPhone 4S or a Samsung Galaxy S 3; Microsoft is ready to take your phone and in return give you a brand new Lumia 1020 or 1520 depending on your choice!
Lumia 1020 packs a staggering 41 megapixel camera, enough to put some DSLR’s to shame (pixel wise). It has Nokia’s PureView technology, Optical Image Stabilization, and amazing high-resolution zoom.
Lumia 1520 isn’t far behind, it has a great camera too with a 21 megapixel, enough to take some stunning shots.
Both these Lumia phones are a great camera phone and come with a Microsoft’s Windows operating system for mobile devices.
This trade-in program expires on March 2, 2014. Here are some other details regarding the trade-in program from Microsoft:
- Qualifying 2-year (new or upgrade) contract required.
- Sales tax may apply.
- Colors and availability varies by store.
- Devices must be in good working condition.
- See store associate for more detail.
Well are you looking to trade-in your iPhone 4, iPhone 4S or Samsung Galaxy S 4 for a Nokia Lumia smartphone? Let me know in the comment section below.