Where To Sell iPhone 4S, and Get The Most Money Back
In the last few years the amount of new phone launches that we have seen, has considerably increased. It’s mostly down to the advancements in current technology and what a smartphone is now capable of doing. With each new phone launch, another phone becomes redundant. So you can imagine the amount of old Apple iPhones that get left in the drawer when a new iPhone release is imminent.
In a month’s time we will expect to see another iPhone launch towards the middle/end of September 2012 (after the initial 12th September conference). Will it be the iPhone 5? Or will it be just labelled as the New iPhone (like the last iPad). Unfortunately we just don’t know at the moment, what we do know is that the cost of your old iPhones will begin to drop leading to the launch and thereafter. So now is a good time to start thinking about selling your old iPhone while the price is still high.
Below there are 4 great sites that you can use to redeem money for your no longer wanted Apple iPhone 4S, if you are planning on getting another phone like the iPhone 5 then now is the best time to sell it, through experience the closer to the iPhone release we get the lower the price you will receive for your iPhone 4S, just a thought.
So where do I sell my iPhone?
A price comparison website that compares all the leading UK recycling companies such as Mazuma Mobile and Envirofone. They collect all the recycler’s prices for over 4,500 phone models so you can see the best deal. You get a quick sale without the hassle of placing an advert or receiving insertion or final value fees. We done a quick search to sell an iPhone 4S and dependant on what one you have you are looking at receiving between Â£249 to Â£330.50
If you haven’t heard of eBay, you most probably have been living under a rock. There is potential to get more money back for your phone here, but on the flip side you also run the risk of getting a lower price. You also have insertion and final value fees to pay.
Here you can list an item with a set price, on a marketplace that serves 162 million customers worldwide. The drawbacks here include costly fees, and you could be waiting for weeks or months for your item to sell.
You can sell your iPhone 4S online with O2 and make some money, all you need to do is follow the on-screen guide and a price will show. They will then send you a cheque or pay cash into a bank account. We did a search and for the iPhone 4S 16GB you can get Â£276.00, the 32GB version will get you Â£295, and for the 64GB price is Â£315.
At the end of the day it’s totally up to you where you sell your old iPhones, and this is just a guide on what to expect at the three listed sites above.