HTC One owners: don’t forget to redeem your $25 of free Google Play credit

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A couple weeks back, we caught wind of some analyst reports claiming that, despite a strong start to sales of the HTC One, interest in the smartphone had already peaked, and future sales won’t be able to match the volume HTC was able to move in the month of May. Clearly, HTC will be doing what it can in order to avoid any major drop-off, and we’ve already heard about what it might be thinking in terms of a broader marketing strategy, what with recent rumors about celebrity endorsements. It also came up with a new promotion to encourage One sales in particular, so if you’ve picked up a One in the last few days, don’t forget to register for this deal.

If you bought an HTC One starting on June 14, you could be eligible for receiving a free $25 Google Play credit. In order to make your claim, you’re going to have to hop on over to HTC’s registration page and enter in your personal details along with your One’s serial number. The offer runs for a month, through July 15, so make your claim your $25 credit by then.

And sorry, all you international Pocketnow readers: this deal is strictly for One handsets sold and activated in the US. We know: lame.

Update: Radio Shack has its own One deal, and if you get the smartphone through the company you can score $100 in Play credit.

Source: HTC

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