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By recycling your mobile phone you have helped safeguard our environment.
We have multiple recycling companies on our website who will be willing to buy your iPhone SE 2020. Once you have made your decision, you can pick a way of getting your device to the recycling company in question. This will be either by a freepost package or sending it independently. Once the company receives your iPhone SE 2020, they will check it to make sure that it fits the requirements of the category that it has been listed as. Then, you will receive payment. This can be done either by cheque, PayPal or bank transfer, depending on the merchant.
If you sell your iPhone 2020 sooner rather than later, you should receive more money for it. All smartphones’ value tends to depreciate as time goes on, so if you are considering selling your phone, the sooner you choose to will get you a better offer price. If you think you can hold on to it a while longer though, other good times are during the Christmas period and prior to the launch of the latest iPhone (usually in September).
The second version of the iPhone SE was released in 2020 and came with three capacity options: 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. The lowest capacity option was £419 at the time of its release. You will get a higher price if the device has been kept in good condition. Keeping your iPhone SE 2020 in a phone case to protect it.
Every recycler that we work with has their own processes to recycle your iPhone SE 2020, but usually your device will get refurbished first if it has any signs of wear and tear. If your phone is completely broken however, it will get sent to a recycling plant. Once it is there, the profitable parts of the device will be extracted and sold on.
We have a multitude of recyclers that can fix your broken iPhone SE 2020 and put it back on the market. Once you have filled in your details, choose ‘broken’ so that it is listed correctly. ‘Broken’ can relate to several issues, such as the speaker not working, buttons not working, and so on. If your device has been subject to water damage, make sure you look at the merchant Terms and Conditions to find out what your next steps should be as they may still accept the device.