Save Money on the OnePlus 7 Pro with the OnePlus Trade-in Program
The OnePlus 7 Pro is here and it is being called the best smartphone of 2019 so far. While the OnePlus 7 Pro features specs that put it well ahead of the competition, it has a price tag starting at only $669. This makes it one of the more affordable flagship phones on the market. Now OnePlus is offering a solution to save even more when you purchase the new OnePlus 7 Pro. The OnePlus trade-in program makes it possible for people to send in their old smartphone device, and get a discount on a new OnePlus phone. This program is now available in North America, with a special promotion starting on May 14th, and extending through June 30th.
To make the process as simple as possible, OnePlus has set up a form on the following website (https://www.oneplus.com/trade-in). After you fill out the form, you’ll receive an instant valuation of your trade-in device. If you accept the offer, you will continue to submit your trade-in request. Then you’ll ship out your trade-in device using a free prepaid label. Once OnePlus receives your device and inspects it, they’ll confirm the offer with you, then send out a voucher that can be redeemed for any products on the OnePlus website. You can either receive a voucher or select cashback – you’ll be able to choose the option within the same form.
The special promotion includes an additional discount on top of the trade-in value. If you are sending in a OnePlus phone, you’ll get an additional $40 on top of the trade-in value of the device. If your phone is Apple, Samsung, LG, Motorola, Google or HTC brand, you’ll be eligible for an additional $30.
These additional cash offers are only available for the special promotion which takes place from May 14th through June 30th. After this time, the standard trade-in program continues.
This is a great opportunity to take advantage of this special promotion which can help you get a big discount on the OnePlus 7 Pro. Visit the trade-in program website to get started.
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