Trade-in your Lumia 920, 925 or 1020 for a new Lumia 950/950 XL

Andrew Wafer By: Andrew Wafer
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The Lumia 920, 925 and 1020 are all decent devices that still runs without lags or bugs even when complex apps are involved. However, the smartphones are at least three years old (the Lumia 920 is actually four years old) so you might soon consider in making an upgrade. The upgrade might be a good idea especially since Microsoft might not release its Windows 10 update for these devices.

Well, you are not the only one who might think that buying a new device is indeed a good solution; Microsoft thinks so too. And since the Lumia 950 and 950 XL are the only two smartphones released by Microsoft with Windows 10 pre-installed, the company is trying to convince you that making the change is not only a possibility, but a necessity.

Thus, in that respect, starting from April 12 you can officially trade-in your Lumia 920, 925 or 1020 for a new Lumia 950 or 950 XL. Of course, if you choose to sell your phone to Microsoft you will get a discount for the new device, which can go up to $150. I know that $150 is not that much – you still have to spent at least 500$ for a new Lumia – but, it is an alternative that you can choose, if you were already planning in selling your phone anytime soon.

The offer will last only until June 30 and it is available only in the U.S and in Canada. You can trade-in your old Lumia 920, 925 or 1020 online or in stores – you will then receive a promo code which can be used in order to get your Lumia 950 / 950 XL discount.

Do note that only the devices that are still running without any major problems are eligible for the trade-in. So, if you damaged your phone or if there are broken or missing components, you will not be able to use the Microsoft service. Check out more about this deal on Microsoft.

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