I thoroughly recommend the great looking, high performing Honor 8, and now you can bag one for less by trading in an old phone, thanks to a promotion running from today until November 4th 2016.

In addition, Honor is also offering a year of comprehensive phone insurance (excluding water damage) for £44.95, with the option to pay monthly interest free via PayPal.

Both offers are via Honor’s own vMall.eu website. Each customer is limited to a maximum of three handset trade-ins.

vMall trade in screen

The first 2,000 handset exchanges will also get a £15 vMall voucher, in addition to the payment offered for the phone(s) offered for exchange, which can be put towards the cost of a new phone.

While I recommend the Honor 8, you can equally opt to buy another phone on sale – such as the Honor 5X, 5C or last year’s flagship Honor 7, or perhaps some accessories instead. You can also spend the money on other products on the vMall store, including wearables, tablets and devices sold by parent-company Huawei.

In addition, there’s a further £15 on offer for the first 500 people trading in the following handsets: Samsung A5, iPhone 5 or LG G3.

I did a quick check and was offered £282 for a Nexus 6P (64GB) with an additional £15. It’s quick and easy to get a quote for your phone by entering your handset details and answering a few simple questions about the condition of the phone, network lock details etc.

Peace of mind

On the insurance side, a deal with Simplesurance and underwritten by Allianz, offers comprehensive cover for all Honor phones, at varying prices – with the flagship Honor 8 coming in at £44.95 for a year.  UK and German customers can go for 12 equal monthly payments, interest free, by setting up a payment scheme via PayPal.

While it’s always nice to hang on to old phones for nostalgia, chances are you’re sitting on a pile of cash that could get you a new phone for free!

More info: vMall.eu

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Written by Jonathan Morris

Writing about technology, with a focus on mobile, since the early 1990s! Former editor of What Mobile magazine, writer for The Telegraph, Stuff, Know Your Mobile, Pocket Gamer, Smart TV Radar and more. Regular Tweeter, occasional YouTuber, keen amateur photographer and forum moderator. If you like what I write, please consider deactivating your ad blocker or making a donation via PayPal to help fund this site.

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