Giveaway: Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch and Motorola PHOTON 4G
here, where you can also determine the value of your device. By the way, RadioShack is also organizing sweepstakes through Facebook and Twitter, where you can try to guess how much a given collection of old gadgets is worth, for a chance to win a $300 RadioShack gift card. You can participate through RadioShack's Facebook page, or by going to the company's blog, locating the image of the day, and tweeting your guess @RadioShack using #WhatsItWorth until the 20th of this month.
And now for the fun part - the one that may get you a brand new Epic 4G Touch or PHOTON 4G! Here's what you have to do:
1. Think of an answer to the following question: "What was your very first phone, and is it still lying around?"
2. If you haven't already, please Like our Facebook page, and post your answer as a comment to the picture that you'll find through this link.
And that's it, you've now entered the game and have a chance to win! The two lucky fellows will be chosen randomly next Wednesday (April 25) and will be contacted via a private message in Facebook.
Here's a promo video by RadioShack for more details about its Mobile Makeover Month:
- By entering this promotion, participants agree to be bound by these terms and that the decision of Phone Arena is final and binding in all matters relating to this promotion.
- The draw is open only to USA residents aged 18 or over, other than employees of phonearena.com, its agencies or their families.
- Phone Arena reserves the right to substitute a prize of equal or greater value if this is necessary for reasons beyond its control. No cash alternative to the prize will be offered.
- Phone Arena reserves the right to re-draw the prize if the prize-winner does not reply within three days after being contacted.
- Phone Arena accepts no responsibility for any loss, damage, injury or disappointment suffered by any entrant resulting from entering this prize draw or by the entrant's acceptance of the prize.
- Phone Arena reserves the right to alter, amend or foreclose this Free Prize Draw without prior notice in the event of unforeseen circumstances, which make this unavoidable.
BIG SAVINGS DURING AMERICA’S MOBILE MAKEOVER MONTH
Trade-in Value Encourages Consumers to Clean Out Junk Drawers,
Trade Old Phones for New Mobile Technology
WORTH, Texas, March
29, 2012 — RadioShack
Corp. (NYSE: RSH), a leading national retailer of innovative
technology products, services and accessories, announces America’s
Mobile Makeover Month by RadioShack — the retailer’s latest
program to help consumers keep up with ever-changing, fast-paced
mobile technology without breaking the bank.
April 1 through April 28, through this special promotion RadioShack
guarantees customers at least $30 and as much as $300 in immediate
store credit when they trade in a working mobile phone and activate a
recent survey commissioned by RadioShack found more than 90 million
American adults have unused technology products lying around the
house. In addition, a third of mobile phone users report owning
unused phones — and more than half of those with unused phones own
two or more. RadioShack encourages customers to do a little spring
cleaning starting this weekend, clearing out the clutter, freeing up
useful storage space and preparing to unlock the value of their
unused mobile phones starting this Sunday.
all have hidden tech treasures in our homes. RadioShack is excited to
give consumers an incentive to unlock that value,” said Gene M.
Dinkens, senior vice president of store operations for RadioShack
Corp. “America’s Mobile Makeover Month by RadioShack issues a
challenge to dig deep in that junk drawer, clean out that closet,
check under the couch and stop your tech-hoarding habits. Bring us
your old products so we can help the entire country save millions
Month by RadioShack runs April 1–28, 2012, at participating
RadioShack stores nationwide and will also feature additional
trade-in specials in weekly circulars available online
Sunday during the promotion. Guaranteed minimum trade-in values
are available only through April 28, but RadioShack’s hassle-free
Trade & Save Program is available every day. Items turned in
through RadioShack’s Trade & Save Program are recycled or
refurbished, saving consumers money while diverting tech trash from
the waste stream.
To learn more about RadioShack’s Trade & Save Program or to appraise your device, visit a nearby RadioShack, go to radioshacktradeandsave.com, or download the free RadioShack Trade & Save app in the Apple App Store or Google Play for Android.
Complete the trade-in at a participating RadioShack location to take advantage of the special minimum trade-in value on working mobile phones or receive immediate store credit. Trade-ins may also be completed by mail. Visit radioshacktradeandsave.com to receive a free shipping label. A RadioShack gift card for the trade-in value will be mailed after the product is received. A $30 minimum trade-in requires in-store purchase and activation of a new phone on a qualifying two-year plan, limited to one per customer. The $300 value applies to the Apple iPhone 4S 64GB and Samsung Galaxy S II only; values for other models will vary. Products must be in fully functional, working condition. Other restrictions apply. See store for details.
Survey results, commissioned by RadioShack, are from a nationally representative telephone survey of 2,327 adults, ages 18 and over, conducted March 19–25, 2012, by KRC Research. This number includes 327 interviews conducted with Hispanic-Americans for a total of 406 interviews with this audience. The margin of error for the overall study is +/- 2.0 percent.
About RadioShack Corporation
RadioShack (NYSE: RSH) is a leading national retailer of innovative mobile technology products and services, as well as products related to personal and home technology and power supply needs. RadioShack offers consumers a targeted assortment of wireless phones and other electronic products and services from leading national brands, exclusive private brands and major wireless carriers, all within a comfortable and convenient shopping environment. RadioShack employs a team of approximately 34,000 knowledgeable and helpful sales experts globally. RadioShack’s retail network includes approximately 4,700 company-operated stores in the United States and Mexico, 1,500 wireless phone centers in the United States, and more than 1,100 dealer and franchise locations worldwide. For more information on RadioShack Corporation, please visit www.radioshackcorporation.com; to purchase items online, please visit www.radioshack.com. RadioShack® is a registered trademark licensed by RadioShack Corporation.
1. WakaFlakaD (Posts: 366; Member since: 30 Apr 2011)
My very first phone was the Motorola Timeport T250, and I do not have it anymore.
2. Ray.S (Posts: 260; Member since: 19 Jul 2011)
Please note that you shouldn't post your answers here. You have to post them as comments to the following image, which is uploaded to our Facebook profile:
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16. nnaatthhaannx2 (Posts: 820; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)
Hey Ray, I don't want to be rude or anything, but not many people here like you.
But don't worry, I don't judge.
Just wanted to give you a heads up. ;-)
3. ewilliams1009 (Posts: 18; Member since: 28 Feb 2012)
It says april 18 is the day you will draw the winners. Is that correct?
5. HeLDd (Posts: 3; Member since: 07 Dec 2010)
My first phone was Motorola V2288 and its in a drawer somewhere
6. fxymps1 (Posts: 10; Member since: 16 Apr 2012)
post ur answer to the fb page Bud to get a chance to win it . best of luck to you :)
7. kshell1 (Posts: 1143; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)
I already have a e4gt so im good, but my first phone was the Motorola W755, good phone for its time but by the time i was ready for an upgrade the battery was failing bad lol
9. dc296gsr (Posts: 17; Member since: 20 Nov 2009)
my first phone was the Sprint Qualcomm QCP-2700 and i believe i still have the refurb i received from the insurance company in my parents basement somewhere
10. xcasasx (Posts: 24; Member since: 03 Mar 2012)
It was a motorola razar x]
I have it in my room
11. newuser1 (Posts: 107; Member since: 10 Dec 2010)
my first phone was a very basic phone. I threw it away long time ago.
12. KireXion (Posts: 1; Member since: 18 Apr 2012)
Nokia 1260, the first dancing phone! Gone once I got an Erricson with cingular.
14. dok2005 (Posts: 55; Member since: 18 Apr 2012)
I had the Helio Ocean by Pantech first 3G smartphone in america and i just got rid of it last week
15. downphoenix (Posts: 2357; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
My first phone was the Nokia 5165 with the Blue faceplate, and I had it up until September of 2006 when a tornado blew it away somewhere. I had only used it for a few months though from when I got it through Tracfone back in 2001 before I got on US Cellular and got me a little black flip phone from Motorola (forgot what it was called).
17. kirlee (Posts: 5; Member since: 03 Mar 2012)
My First Phone was prepaid version of motorola razr. I do love when I had it but it might be somewhere because I recycled old phone to get new phone almost 4 years ago.
18. TechnoRobot (Posts: 3; Member since: 19 Apr 2012)
My very first phone was the LG Rumor. I liked it at the time... now i feel like throwing it off of my porch. ;D I have it but it doesn't turn on because it was drowned in water when my stupid self had it in my pocket of my swimsuit when I entered my pool.
19. QWIKSTRIKE (Posts: 880; Member since: 09 Mar 2010)
This to me is only a good deal if you can't buy a new phone. To be stuck two years with EOL or out dated phones is rediculous. The NEW GN or EVO LTE is coming and they are clearing stock to make room for LTE phones. I'd pass on this if I didn't need a FREE phone and be stuck with a 2 year contract with phones on the way out. Why not do this with the EVO LTE or Galaxy Nexus!
20. ekia007 (Posts: 61; Member since: 27 Feb 2012)
first phone was Galaxy S2 tmobile. Awesome, great graphics.
21. kshell1 (Posts: 1143; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)
You obviously haven't been in the phone business long, you chose a great phone just the wrong version of it, if you think it has great graphics take a look at the international version of the s2
22. newuser1 (Posts: 107; Member since: 10 Dec 2010)
my first phone was a very basic phone. I threw it away long time ago.
23. mx10528 (Posts: 2; Member since: 26 Mar 2012)
My very first phone was the gold nokia 3390 from voice stream. It featured ping pong text and aol I'm service on it. I still have it and it turns on! lol.
24. mrvid (Posts: 75; Member since: 02 Oct 2008)
Motorola brick phone!! And I have no idea where it is!
25. FPaco14 (Posts: 10; Member since: 09 Jan 2012)
My very first phone was a tracphone phone, My uncle had just bought the motorola razer and i wanted to buy one too, but they didn't have it for mine, So I bought a cheap motorola flip phone that had the same style as the razr lol, and now i have the motorola razr lol but I just switched to a&tt so now i need a new phone.
26. FPaco14 (Posts: 10; Member since: 09 Jan 2012)
is that dude hispanic cuz his last name is rojas
27. nmerry77 (Posts: 39; Member since: 28 Mar 2010)
THIS SUCKS!!!! I NEVER FREAKING WIN>>>yea...blah blah im complaining...but its like come on!! I enter EVERY SINGLE PHONE CONTEST....and Never get a chance!! Yay for u..KEvin and Zack...lucky bastards.