Sonos Trade Up deal opens the door to next-gen experiences

posted on Saturday, 2nd November 2019 by Steve May

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Sonos has launched a new trade up program for buyers of its first speakers and components. The move reflects significant upgrades in its Sonos Amp, Sonos Port and the second generation Play:5 products, along with new introductions like Sonos One, Beam and Move.

Current generation Sonos speakers include technology that enables new features like AirPlay2, voice control and Automatic Trueplay.

Consequently Sonos will offer owners of Connect, Connect:Amp, ZP80, ZP90, ZP100, ZP120 and the first generation Play:5 the chance to trade up to the latest Sonos experiences, with a 30 per cent discount on any new Sonos product for each original product replaced.

“Our focus has always been to create a system of products that offer choice and sound great for years. As we’ve introduced newer generations of Sonos speakers and components, we built for the future, offering a step-change upgrade in hardware and software for even more power and capability,” explains Zack Kramer, VP, Retail at Sonos. “Today, we’re offering the opportunity to trade up to these new Sonos experiences.”

Customers with eligible products can register for the Sonos trade up discount here.  

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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