Get the T-Mobile Touch Pro2 for Free and receive $100 for your old smartphone

Get the T-Mobile Touch Pro2 for Free and receive $100 for your old smartphone
The HTC Touch Pro2 is one of this year's most sought after smartphones. Twice sold out of stock at Verizon and once at AT&T (where it goes by the title Tilt2), the device has a price tag that reaches as much as $349.99 at T-Mobile and Sprint. That figure might scare away some potential buyers. But suppose you can get the phone for free from T-Mobile and in fact, get $100 sent to you? WM. Deals is reporting that if you call 866-464-8662 and press 3 for new service, and then use the code "Windows Mobile" when ordering, you will get the Touch Pro2 for free! Of course, you will have to sign that 2 year contract and the offer is only available through the 800 number.

What is better than getting a free Touch Pro2? How about getting a free Touch Pro2 and receiving $100? From 11/18 through 1/19 of next year, if you purchase a new Touch Pro2, HTC will give you back $100. To qualify for the C Note, you must have a working BlackBerry, Apple, or Palm device and/or a handset powered by Windows Mobile or Android. When you are ready to trade-in your phone, go to this link and write TMOPRO2 as the Promo Code. You will be able to print out a shipping label  and mail a copy of the UPC code from the box of your new Touch Pro2, a copy of the invoice/receipt from said purchase, and once the used phone is received,a $100 check will be mailed to you from HTC. To get the check, you must mail in all of the required items before February 3, 2010.

Sounds like a great deal for those who were going to pick up the Touch Pro2 anyway. A free phone, $100 extra in your wallet, and you get to keep all of your blood! Ah...life is good!

HTC Touch Pro2 Specifications (US) | Review (T-Mobile)

source: WMDeals via HTCSource


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3 Comments

1. tshow84

Posts: 65; Member since: Jun 11, 2009

too bad you have to have tmo though....

2. lovelythought

Posts: 12; Member since: Nov 17, 2009

So you're supposed to call some random number or visit some random and provide them with your personal information. Then wait for this "free" phone to come in the mail? NAH!

3. jrcrow79

Posts: 477; Member since: May 02, 2008

how else would u get another $100 from hTC?..tmo is smaller than att vzw or sprint..but their cs is #1 as usual

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