You want an HTC One, but you find it quite expensive? Well, HTC came out with a trade in program which will cut off $100 from the price you paid for an HTC One. Initially the trade in program was set out for a short period of time, but HTC decided to extend it and this is actually the second time it is extended. Here is how it works ( the trade in program is just for customers located in US and Canada ): you go and buy the HTC One until May 19th and mail your old phone ( the full list of accepted phones for trade program can be found after you register your email address to HTC and receive a code from them ) and the proof that you bought the One smartphone ( copy of the recipe ). All this must be done until June 19th.
Before that, you have to pre-register your email address on the HTC website and you are going to receive an email containing a code. With that code you can now start the whole process, where HTC will tell you how much is going to trade in for your old smartphone. You’ll have to choose the trade in smartphone from a list and if it is an eligible one you will get at least $100 for it in the form of a pre-paid card.
The website provided will guide you through the whole process which even if it looks complicated or hard, it is going to be a very easy and fun process. After all, you are going to get some money back, and not just a couple of dollars, but a bunch more.
This is an excellent opportunity to get your hands on the HTC One at a very low price, thanks to this program. In case you are not so familiar with HTC One’s specs, here are some of the key features. The Android based smartphone features a 1.7 GHz Qualcomm Quad Core Snapdragon 600 processor with Adreno 320 GPU and 2 GB of RAM memory. The entire arsenal is can be seen trough a 4.7 inch Super LCD 3, Full HD display capable of 1980 x 1080 resolution at 468 ppi. It has a 4 Ultra Pixels rear camera and a 2.1 MP front facing camera. It comes in two versions, one with 32 GB of internal memory and one with 64 GB of internal memory, none of them supporting extensions via microSD cards. The entire hardware is powered by Android 4.1.2 OS with Sense 5 and BlinkFeed on top.
The question is, how bad you want an HTC One?