By recycling your mobile phone you have helped safeguard our environment.
Selling your Google Pixel 4 is easy, just decide which company has the best offer for your device, then once you have sent the correct information to the recycling company regarding your device and its condition, you will then be able to send your Pixel 4 to them. This is either via a freepost package that they will send to you, or via your own packaging and sending the device to them yourself. Then, you will receive payment through either bank transfer, cheque or PayPal.
If you have decided that you are ready to put your Pixel 4 back on the market, it is probably a good idea to do it sooner rather than later. This is since phones’ value decreases as time goes on. While time is of the essence, we would also recommend waiting until certain points in the year as this could get you a higher price. This is namely in the weeks leading up to Christmas and just before a new Google handset is released.
The Google Pixel 4 was first released in 2019, with capacities of either 64GB or 128GB. For the lower capacity model, the Pixel 4 was £669 when it first came out. We would recommend that you sell your phone sooner rather than later as smartphones’ value tends to decrease over time. This would get you more money. If you keep your device in a good condition, this will also help you to get paid more for your phone. Make sure that you use a phone case, this will help you to keep your phone protected from most mishaps.
When the time comes to recycle your Pixel 4, it can be sold on to someone else. Before this happens, usually the company will refurbish your device. If your phone is completely broken however, then the profitable parts of it will be taken out and put on the domestic market for use somewhere else.
Your Pixel 4 might be damaged to the point of no repair; however, this does not mean that you will not be able to get some money for it. All you need to do is categorise your phone as ‘broken’ on our site. Some ways that your phone could be broken include a shattered screen, problems with the buttons and the speaker not working. If your device has been subjected to water damage, then you should contact your recycling company to find out what their processes are for dealing with this or check out their Terms and Conditions.