With so many new smartphones and tablets becoming available multiple times a year, it can make owners feel like their current devices are not quite up to scratch anymore. However, with the escalating costs of these newer and more powerful smartphones, consumers do not always have the ability of finances to buy a new device. Well, there are sites which can help with such issues. If you are looking to upgrade your smartphone (or simply just want to generate some extra money by selling your current or older phone) than one place you can check out is Sell My Phone.
This site is designed to streamline the process of selling your old or unwanted devices and takes away all the additional effort of trying to figure out what is the best way to get rid of those older devices. The process is quite simple. Log on to the website, type the make and model of your device, tick whether it is in a "Working" Or "Non-Working" order and on which carrier it is set to (if any) and you will automatically be shown the amount of money you can get for your device. If you are happy with the amount, fill in the details, post the phone to the Freepost address and once the device has been checked, you get paid the agreed amount. You can even choose whether you want to receive the funds via bank transfer (BACS) or faster by using PayPal.
If this is sounding like something you like the idea of or a service you can see yourself using, then it is worth pointing out that it is not just smartphones that Sell My Phone buy. They also buy tablets too, not to mention they accept all major brands including Apple, Samsung, HTC, Sony Nokia and BlackBerry. So whatever device you have collecting dust in the back of those drawers, chances are Sell My Phone will take if off of your hands and with no cost to you. In fact, you do not even have to pay for the envelope if you do not want to, as they will send you a Freepost envelope. Although, you are more likely to receive your payment quicker if they receive your device quicker. Therefore, using your own envelope would be the quickest way. Especially as the address is Freepost anyway
In fact, no matter what the reason for getting rid and recycling your old smartphones and tablets, there seems to be very little reason to not use a service like this. There is no cost to you, they will quality check your device for you and they will arrange the payment to you. The only question seems to be how many devices have you got lying around the house that you no longer use anymore?