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Microsoft Store offering $650 credit for Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Tech giant Microsoft is offering $650 credit when you trade in an eligible phone for Samsung Note 10 or Note 10 Plus in the Microsoft Store near you. If you are hunting for the deal for the Samsung Note 10 or Note 10+, you should head to the new Microsoft store for the deals. The offers are not available online. You need to visit the store for the best deals.

Microsoft is offering the best offers against the iPhones, as Microsoft wants users to shift from iOS to Android platform. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is loaded with Microsoft office packages, so people get the benefit of both the brands. The store is offering credit up to $650 in exchange for your iPhones.

Although, the credit you get depends on the model of phone you have and the condition of the phone. The initiative taken by the Microsoft Store is for inclining people towards the Android phone. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 also has necessary Microsoft productivity tools and useful apps that make a phone just right for the business people.

If you give up your iPhone X, XS, XR, and XS Max, you will get a credit of $650 straight. However, iPhone 8 will fetch you $450 credit line.

Apart from iPhones, the store is also accepting Android phones in trade-in. The last year’s device like Samsung’s Galaxy S10, Note 9, and the Google Pixel 3 can fetch you $650 credit for trade-in. And for the slightly older models like Samsung Galaxy S9, Note 8, and Pixel 2 you will easily get $450 in return. The credit can be used for buying a new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+.

The offer period will end on 22nd Sept, and you will need to visit Microsoft Store and get your phone check for credit trade-in.

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Namitha George

Namitha George

Namitha George has lived in Nashville her whole life. Namitha has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade and has contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and the Oakland Tribune. As a founder and journalist for Daily Research Expedition, Namitha covers the latest happening in the world of technology.

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