Motorola seeks more business users, offers to buy your old phone back for up to $200

Motorola seeks more business users, offers to buy your old phone back for up to $200
Motorola is making a serious move for the business user. The manufacturer's Business Ready models range from last summer's Motorola DROID 3 to the current long lasting Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX with the massive 3300mAh battery. Buy one of these Business Ready handsets and Motorola will buy back your old smartphone for up to $200. Additionally, MotoAssist can hook you up with an IT pro to help you get your business connected.

Motorola has a Business Ready Android smartphone designed for any type of business user. Want a physical QWERTY keyboard? The Motorola DROID 4 has one of the best side sliding QWERTY keyboards available while the Motorola DROID Pro offers a BlackBerry-esque portrait QWERTY keyboard. There is also a variety of LTE 4G models for those businessmen who demand that their communications and data travel at outrageously fast speeds.

Want to know how much Motorola will pay you for your old phone? Click on the sourcelink to start the process that will end with your new Business Ready Motorola Android phone in your hand and as much as $200 extra in your pocket. The offer expires on June 30th and the postmark on the old phone can not be later than July 15th.

source: Motorola


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2 Comments

1. torr310

Posts: 1679; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

They value your phones very low... Droid X is $45 only. Sell by yourself can get triple of the price.

2. cfprelude

Posts: 140; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

agreed - 165 for a vzw 16gb iphone 4?? lol. I'd be willing to say i'll personally pay $10 more than they value most droids and iphones (if anyone is reading this and really wants to sell....)

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