Want Top Dollar for Your Old Samsung? Visit the Trade In Experts Today

When you’re looking for the best possible price for your old Samsung Galaxy, you need to find a company that pays quickly, pays well and doesn’t try to keep knocking down the price. At Tradein.co.uk, we have helped over a million happy customers to release the funds from their old tech and that number is growing every single day.

We know how much competition there is for your business, which is why we make our processes as customer-friendly as we possibly can. We’ve got a great reputation with our customers and that’s not happened by accident. Here we take a look at just some of the reasons why you should do your Samsung Galaxy trade in with us.

Free Postage for Your Samsung Galaxy S10 Trade-in

We don’t want postage to eat into your Samsung Galaxy trade in, which is why we will always take care of the cost of getting your device to us, regardless of the model you’re selling. We’re happy to provide you with one of our free trade-in packs that will keep your device safe on its journey to us.

We’ll even pay the postage of returning it to you should you have second thoughts. As far as we’re concerned, no trade-in customer should have to pay shipping.

We’ll Take Your Samsung Galaxy Trade-in Even If It’s Damaged

Before you throw away any old smartphones because they’re damaged, you should know that we’ll pay money for them even when they’re broken. Sure, you won’t get the same amount as if you were trading in an undamaged device, but it’s much better than getting nothing!

Also, as we always either refurbish or recycle the devices we get, you stop them going into landfill, which is great news for the planet.

We’ll Always Pay the Price Quoted On Our Site

When you receive the price for your device quoted on our website, you can be 100% sure of receiving that amount so long as you describe its condition accurately. Our Price Promise ensures that will always happen and if we find that it’s not quite in that condition, we may revise the price, but you’re not committed to the sale.

If you’re not happy with the lower price, we’ll send it back to you for free – no questions asked. We always want to be fair and transparent in everything we do.

Competitive Prices Paid for All Kinds of Tech

So, if you have an iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, iPod, iPad or even an old games console that you’d like to trade in, why not visit us online and see how much it’s worth? It’s really easy to do too, as all it involves is typing in the make and model into the search box on our homepage.

You can find us online at www.tradein.co.uk where you’ll discover everything you need to know about why our services are so popular. If while you’re there, you have any questions that you can’t find answers to in our comprehensive FAQs section, give our friendly experts a call on 020 3581 1991 and they’ll be more than happy to assist.

That’s it from us this time. Check back with us soon for more from the home of super-easy tech trade-ins.

Price promise
We offer great prices, which is why we are happy to offer a bit more… a price promise! We promise to pay the website price or we’ll send your phone straight back completely free of charge.

To Trade in or To Sell? – That Is The Question

Smartphones are getting more and more sophisticated every day and as a result, people in the United Kingdom are changing their old iPhones and Samsung Galaxy tech ever 2 to 4 years. Most often this occurs at the end of a monthly phone contract, when the iPhone 7 or Samsung Galaxy S7 that came with it, becomes yours.

Whether getting a new iPhone X on a new contract or an upgrade, the question naturally arises – what to do with your old smartphone? Trade in or sell it privately? Here we take a look at why trading in your old iPhone is often the best way forwards.

No Guarantees

Selling your old smartphone on an online marketplace website like Ebay can be a tempting proposition, but there’s a lot of competition to get a good price and you could end up getting much less than market value – even if you’re talking about a relatively new Samsung or Apple Smartphone.

There’s also no guarantee that you’ll get a bid for your iPhone or Samsung Galaxy if you do set a reserve price, and if you set it low and someone meets it – you’ll be obliged to sell it at that low price. There’s no getting around the fact that Ebay is an auction site and selling your smartphone at an auction is risky!

Time Consuming

When you trade in a smartphone with a company like ours, it’s a pretty instant thing. You send it, we verify it and you get paid. It’s that simple. Listing on an auction site means having to fill everything out, take pictures and wait the allotted time for the auction to end. This is averagely about a week, which means waiting even longer to get your money.


You get a set amount when you trade in a Samsung Galaxy or Apple iPhone with us, with no nasty surprises further down the line thanks to our price promise. The amount you get when your old smartphone sells for on sites like Ebay is not the same amount you’ll have paid into your bank. They take a full 10%, which is a hefty sum when you’re talking about a selling price of hundreds of pounds.


Selling privately means that you’ll be resetting your iPhone 8 or Samsung Galaxy S6 yourself and it’s fairly common knowledge that smartphones that have been through a factory reset can still be hacked with the right equipment and the will to do so. Trading in a smartphone is a secure way to ensure that it’s wiped properly with our specially designed flashing software, so it won’t come back to bite you in the future.

Trade In is King! So, when it comes down to it, trading in your old smartphone is the best, safest and quickest way to getting at the cash inside. It’s simple, it’s easy and we even pay the postage for you. What’s not to like? If you’d like find out more about trading your old iPhone or Samsung Galaxy with us, visit us online at www.tradein.co.uk or call us now on 020 3581 1991 between 9 and 5, Monday to Friday.

Samsung could be teaming up with LG for the Galaxy Note 8

Electronics manufacturing giant Samsung could be set to team up with one of its rivals – LG – for support with the production of the future tentpole release of the Galaxy Note 8.

LG Chem, a battery business arm of LG Group, has been tapped to build batteries for future products from Samsung, starting with the Note 8, The Investor reports.

Since the global product recall of the Galaxy Note 7 in October, which was prone to fire because of a battery fault, Samsung has been discussing supply deals with a host of battery makers.

A partnership with LG would see the firm join the South Korean smartphone company’s existing partners Samsung SDI and China’s ATL.

It usually takes more than six months to design, test and produce batteries for a new smartphone, which is why sources predict the LG Chem products will first appear in the successor to the Note 7, which is tentatively dubbed the Note 8.

“The talks have not yet been completed but it seems highly likely for the two firms to sign a deal,” an anonymous industry source told The Insider.

Samsung has rarely used parts from LG, a rival firm that hails from the same part of South Korea.

However, the unexpected discontinuation of the Note 7 has prompted Samsung to investigate the possibility of diversifying its supplier base, including new battery makers.

LG Display has also reportedly been tapped by Samsung to produce liquid-crystal displays for television sets. This comes after Samsung’s key supplier Sharp recently notified it would stop supplying the panels from next year.