Motorola launches trade-in program with MotoAssist IT service to help businesses switch to Android

Motorola launches trade-in program with MotoAssist IT service to help businesses switch to Android

Motorola may not have any new phones to show at the Mobile World Congress, but that doesn’t mean it’s going out of business (at least not yet). The American handset maker launched a new trade-in to help businesses switch to Android.

Under the scheme, Moto will take business users’ old smartphone, offering up to $200 cash back when a Motorola Business Ready smartphone is purchased. Users can get an instant online quote and if they like the deal, proceed to the next step. Motorola on its end will send pre-paid shipping label, and pay the amount agreed within four to six weeks of receipt.

But that’s not all — and this is why this isn’t “yet another trade-in service” — business users will also be able to benefit from the MotoAssist IT service that gives them access to IT professionals who can help set up accounts, transfer contacts, and even work directly with corporate IT departments.

The program is already live, and you can get additional information from this page at Motorola’s website.

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