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Best Places to Sell Android Phone or Tablet

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Technology is moving fast these days, and not only are smartphones and tablets much faster and overall better just a year later from when you bought your own device, but there are so many manufacturers who are selling very compelling devices that make you want to buy one, even if yours is still good enough and in good shape. But if you decide to sell it anyway, there are great places that can help you sell Android phone or tablet.

Here are some of the best places to trade-in your phone for cash.

ECycleBest

This one seems to offer the highest prices, if you’re phone is undamaged and everything works well. They’re offering up to $350 for an HTC One, which is what I used to compare these services. Just put it in phone’s brand and model, and it should find some results for you.

BuyMyTronics

ByMyTronics is a popular site for selling used gadgets and you can sell Android phone, Android tablet, or even Blackberries. The prices seemĀ a bit lower, though, and they’re offering only $235 for a 32 GB HTC One.

Gazelle

This site is a little harder to use (you have to choose the categories at the top), but it should also have plenty of options, and they seem to be offering a little more cash. They can give you $260 for the same 32 GB HTC One phone, if it’s “flawless”.

YouRenew

YouRenew also seems to have a pretty large catalogue, but the prices they’re willing to pay seem a little lower. For a 32 GB HTC One, they’ll only willing to give up to $200.

Swappa

On Swappa you can either buy or sell devices, and others seem to sell them for quite high prices there, but you have no guarantee that people will actually buy them for that price. However, if you want to sell Android phone for a certain price, then this option might be best for you.

These are some of the best places where you can sell your Android phone or tablet, in a pretty automatic way, and if you want to get rid of it quickly. If you’re looking to handle everything on your own, then of course you can also try options such as eBay, Craiglist, or even Amazon.

About Lucian Armasu

Technology enthusiast and founder of technology news and articles website, TechDomino.com
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