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I don’t know about you, but I have several old cell phones and an iPad laying around the house. They’re laying around because I haven’t figured out what to do with them. Wouldn't it be great if there was a way to sell your old mobile devices that were easy and available online?
Of course, the carriers would love to take them off your hands for you. But that’s kinda like trading in your used car. You get low balled and don’t get nearly what it’s worth. After all, they have to resell the car at a profit.
I’m not sure whether it works that way with the major carriers. All I know is few seem to want the old phones.
Another option is to sell it on the various marketplaces (Facebook, Craigslist, Letgo, etc.). The problem with that is, well, it’s a hassle. You have to create the listing, take pictures, post it, put up with all the crazy people that live on these sites, and, if you reach an agreement, find a way to get the phone to the buyer.
There is no guarantee you got the best price. There is are risks in dealing with people you meet on social media. Have you noticed all the scams executed on social media? No thanks. I have good news. There is a way to sell your old mobile devices AND get top dollar for them. Here's how to do it.
Sell Your Old Mobile Devices
Sell Cell: A better alternative
You’re probably holding onto your old phones or tablets for one of two reasons: you’re procrastinating or you don’t want to put in the time and energy into actually selling them. Well if you’ve been putting this off because you’re afraid of the work involved, you’re in luck. With Sell Cell, the process is simple.
You can complete the process in four easy steps:
- Step 1: Search for your device: You can use the search box to find the device you want to sell. You can’t miss the search bar. It jumps out at you on the homepage. Take a look:
- Step 2: Choose the best deal: SellCell compares prices from US phone recycling companies to find the best price for your phone. In fact, they have over thirty pre-screened, trusted buyers. They submit bids to these buyers to get the best price.
- Step 3: Ship your device: Once you have discovered the best price for your phone or tablet, follow the shipping instructions given by the recycling company.
- Step 4: Sit back and collect your cash: Once the company has inspected the phone, they will send your money to your chosen payment method.
Sounds easy right?…