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! is good!

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

source: WMDeals via HTCSource


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