AT&T will give you $100 for your old smartphone, toward a HTC Tilt2

AT&T will give you $100 for your old smartphone, toward a HTC Tilt2
You still have until the end of this month to take advantage of a joint promotion between HTC and AT&T that can save you $100 on a new AT&T Tilt2. It seems so long ago when the HTC Touch Pro2 was arguably the hottest smartphone of the moment, on sale at all four of the top U.S. carriers and getting sold out at Verizon. Soon, other phones would usurp the Touch Pro2 like the HD2 and the DROID. Still, the Touch Pro2 has what many consider one of the best physical QWERTY keyboards on a phone and the device is still one of the best business handsets available. The AT&T variant of the handset is called the Tilt2.

Until January 31st, you can trade in your old smartphone to get $100 off the price of a new Tilt2 from AT&T. To get the C-Note discount, buy the HTC Tilt2 either online or at a AT&T retail location. When you're ready to trade in your old smartphone, go to www.recyclerebates.com/htc-att and type in UPTOTILT2 as the promo code. Fill in the required info about your old smartphone and print out a shipping label. The Tilt2 must be purchased by January 31st and the old smartphone and paperwork must be postmarked by February 28th, 2010.

The smartphone that you trade in must be in working condition and be an iPhone, or just about any device running the Windows Mobile or Android OS. To see if your phone qualifies, click here., You will also need a copy of the UPC code from the Tilt2 box and a copy of the invoice. Ask your rep to make copies of both before you leave the store. When you pack up the phone to mail to the Trade-in Center, make sure you keep the device protected so that it arrives in the same condition as specified on your paperwork. When the old smartphone is received, a $100 check will be mailed to you. The process is actually easier than it seems, so if you've been thinking about trading your old smartphone for the HTC Tilt2, you can still save yourself $100.

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source: HTC-AT&T via HTCPEDIA



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2 Comments

1. Kiltlifter

Posts: 742; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

Wow... that's a great deal! If I had AT&T I would totally do this. F the iPhone. I talked a to region sales manager for a construction company the other day that used his TP2 for all his sales transactions. Wirelessly receive a copy of the contract from his corporate office, the client would read it, pay for it with a credit card, sign the payment and the contract with the stylus right on the screen, then an email would autogenerate the copy to the client, and the deal could start immediately. No overhead in shipping and courier costs just to sign documents. Said it saved him $40k last year.

2. SamTime

Posts: 253; Member since: Nov 07, 2009

I really like the TP2. I think the zoom bar is a great idea. If it were implemented on non-multitouch Android phones, that would be awesome right?

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