Microsoft India and Amazon.in have announced a special offer on the Surface Pro 4, allowing customers to buy a Surface Pro 4 Core M for just ₹58,890 in exchange of their old laptop or tablet.
The offer is only available on Surface Pro 4 Core M variant that packs in 4GB of RAM and 128GB hard drive. The retail price for the same is ₹78,890. Note that the Type Cover is not included in this offer, and is a separate purchase.
The exchange is enabled via Amazon's broader laptop exchange offer. To avail the offer, all you need to do is, buy a Surface Pro 4 Core M on Amazon and enter the order ID and details of the device you want to exchange on their partner's website (ReGlobe). Once the details are verified, consumers will get a notification on the exchange value of the old device as per ReGlobe's evaluation along with an additional cash bonus of ₹20,000.
As part of the offer, you can exchange any laptop or tablet in working condition, including a Macbook or an iPad. The laptop should power on, boot an operating system, and should be intact in one piece.
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