The BlackBerry KeyOne is getting a bit long in the tooth these days and if you have one in your drawers, don’t delay and select one of the above marchants that are interested in purchasing your old phone. As the age of the device increases, fewer merchants are likely to offer top money for it, and over time will drop even lower.
Pick a merchant and get ready to send your device off by tidying it up, removing all photos and important texts, and then go ahead and delete all the data by formatting the phone and then wait for the pack to arrive to send it off.
The KeyOne was released in 2017 so it’s very likely you have upgraded to a new device about now, so if you have upgraded already, then now is the time to sell it, don’t delay and get that phone to a merchant so you have some chance of recouping some value. Even if the value is that you have kept the phone from being e-waste then there is some value.
The BlackBerry Key2 had a release price of £579.99 back in 2017 you can work out how much it has dropped in value by looking at the current offer prices above and seeing how much it has dropped from the launch price since it launched. Chances are it’s a considerable amount by now, that’s why it’s always best to sell your phone as soon as you have upgraded to get the best price for it.
Keeping the device in the cycle is the best way to prevent it from reaching landfill, the merchant can properly refurbish it, replace parts that may now be broken, or in the very worst case. Ensure the product is recycled and all materials recovered.
A broken KeyOne is likely to have very little value to anyone but the planet, so if it doesn’t turn on, has a greatly diminished battery or a cracked screen, then select broken above and send the device in, maybe you will get some money back for it, but if you don’t know that you have prevented another phone being added to the millions of tonnes of e-waste we add to landfill every year.