Trade-in Cash – The Key to Upgrading Your Phone

If you find yourself with a phone that just isn’t up to the job anymore and you’re struggling to find the cash to replace it, fear not, as you may already be in possession of the trade-in cash you need to upgrade it. The trade-in cash we’re talking about doesn’t necessarily have to be in your phone either, as there are a variety of other devices we offer competitive trade-ins for.

That’s because, at Tradein.co.uk, we don’t just offer smartphone trade-ins. We also offer cold hard cash for games console trade-ins, smart tablet trade-ins and even smartwatch trade-ins. So if you’ve got an Apple Watch Series 4, a Samsung Galaxy Tab S or a Playstation 4 just laying around doing nothing, you could just have enough trade-in cash to fund your smartphone upgrade.

It’s Super-Quick & Super-Easy

What’s also pretty awesome is the route to gaining access to that trade-in cash is really easy and really quick thanks to our speedy smart-tech trade-in process. Let’s take a look at that process now…

Step 1 – Visit our website www.tradein.co.uk and enter the details of the device you want to trade in and decide whether the amount being offered is acceptable.

Step 2 – Once you’re happy to proceed, your next step is to send your device/s to us for free in one of our sales packs.

Step 3 – Then all that’s left to do is wait for us to notify you of receiving and then verifying the condition of your device as being ‘as sold’.

After you’ve received this notification, it means that you’re literally just a few minutes away from having your trade-in cash sent you via BACs. We don’t mess around paying you because there’s no need to, meaning that when you trade-in with us, you won’t be waiting around for a cheque to be issued and then sent out via snail mail!

We Even Take Damaged Phones!

You may have decided against trading in your smartphone in the past because of the fact it was broken and think that we’d just say “no”. However, you shouldn’t let that stop you, as we even take damaged smartphone trade-ins. Sure, you’re likely to get less trade-in cash than if it wasn’t damaged, but every pound that you can release is a pound more towards your smartphone upgrade.

So, why not take a look around our site and see how much your old tech is worth? You might just be surprised by how much value you’re able to release. Alternatively, if there’s any more you’d like to find out about our tech trade-in services, you can either visit our FAQ page http://bit.ly/2QV6ZsH or give us a call on 020 3581 1991.

We appreciate you taking the time out to read our blog. We hope that it has shown that there is another, easier way and we look forward to taking your call and helping you fund your next phone upgrade.

Get Cash for Damaged Mobile Phones

When it comes to getting cash for phones, most phone recycling companies will look at non-functioning models, or at least recycle them.
Examples of damage, for which you might have to accept smaller payment, include damaged casing, a pin locked phone or a unit which doesn’t power up properly. If yours has been damaged by water, has a badly cracked or unresponsive screen or is physically broken, expect less cash.
Make sure that you tick the ‘damaged’ box when you search online for the best quote.
You could also try trading in your phone with the company you’re buying the new one from, if it’s low value. However, you are generally better off going through a mobile phone recycling company.
At Trade in, we’re a leading mobile phone recycler! Our upfront approach means we always pay you what we say we will pay, unlike our competitors who often quote attractive prices then reduce after receiving your mobile.
For working phones, we expect to be able to turn the unit on and off, and for it to be fully functional – cosmetic wear and tear is perfectly fine. It should also have a working screen and not be water-damaged. Make sure you include the battery.
We also accept non-working phones as long as you include the battery – you can keep the memory card and charger. The model should also be intact and not crushed in half. Learn more online.