Motorola asks business users to defect, offers $200 for new Android handset purchase

Motorola Mobility

wants business users on Android handsets, and to accomplish this the company has decided to put its money where its mouth is. Starting today, Moto will offer up to $200 to smartphone users that trade in their old, BLUR-less set for a new Android device. The company is also offering converts its MotoAssist service, which should -- in theory -- make the data migration process as painless as possible. The Droid RAZR Maxx, Droid 4 and Atrix 2 are just a few of the handsets up for grabs. Saunter on past the break for the full PR, and be sure to let us know if a pair of Benjamins in your pocket is just what you've been waiting for to make the switch.

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Motorola Mobility Now Making it Easier than Ever for Business Users to Switch to Android

Company launching new trade-in program and offering dedicated MotoAssist IT service with new Business Ready smartphone purchases


LIBERTYVILLE, Ill., Feb. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Business users who are looking to trade in their old smartphone and bring an Android-based device to work now have a more compelling reason than ever to make the leap, with Motorola Mobility's new program designed to help professional consumers – or "prosumers" -- make the switch. Starting tomorrow, the company will be offering up to $200 cash back for a consumer's old device when a Motorola Business Ready smartphone is purchased, providing an instant online quote, pre-paid shipping label, and payment within four to six weeks of receipt. In addition, Motorola Mobility will be offering the MotoAssist™ IT service to give business users access to IT professionals who can help set up accounts, transfer contacts seamlessly, and even work directly with corporate IT departments.

The new program will go live on Tuesday, Feb. 28th at