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We work with a multitude of recycling companies who will want to buy your Google Pixel 2. Take a look at the options on our site to decide who you want to go for. Once you send the company your details, they will assess it to make sure that it has been listed in the correct category. Then, you can either use the freepost package that the recycler will send to you, or you can package everything yourself and do it that way. Once these steps have been completed, then you will receive payment. Your options for your payment are as follows: PayPal, bank transfer or cheque.
If you want to sell your Google Pixel 2, we would recommend doing this sooner rather than later, as over time, smartphones’ devices tend to lose their values. Some good times in the year to sell your phone include just before the launch of a new Google phone, or during the build-up to Christmas (i.e. a few weeks or months before).
The Google Pixel 2 was released in 2017 and comes with capacity variations of either 64GB or 128GB. The 64GB version initially cost £629 when it first came out. If you put your device back on the market as soon as you have finished with it, then you should get a better price. This is because as time goes on, smartphones’ value decreases. You should also make sure that you keep your Pixel 2 in a good condition as this will help you to get more money for it as well. We would recommend getting a phone case as this will prevent most breakages from occurring.
Your Pixel 2 will be put back on the domestic market to be sold on to someone as a second-hand device. The first step in the process is usually the company refurbishing your device. If your phone is completely broken however, then the profitable parts of it will be taken out then sold on.
Your smartphone could be past the point of getting repaired, but recyclers are still keen to buy this type of broken stock. You simply need to categorise your device as ‘broken’ on our site. Some examples of ways that your phone would count as being ‘broken’ are screen issues, buttons not working properly or problems with charging. If your phone has been subjected to water damage, check out the recycling company’s Terms and Conditions or get in touch with us to find out who can help.