By recycling your mobile phone you have helped safeguard our environment.
When you decide to put your Pixel 4 XL back on sale, we make the process simple. You just have to take a look at the recyclers on our website and choose the best offer. Simply send your details to the recycler, which will include your information and your device’s. The next step will be to use a freepost package or your own packaging to get your phone to the company. After these steps have been completed, you will get paid via either PayPal, cheque or bank transfer.
Now is as good a time as ever to sell your Pixel 4 XL, as devices’ value depreciates as time goes on. Although selling your phone immediately would be a good idea, there are specific times during the year which would be more beneficial for selling your phone. This would be namely prior to the release of a new Google smartphone or during the build-up to Christmas.
The Google Pixel 4 XL came out in 2019, with a choice of two capacity options: 64GB or 128GB. For the 64GB version, the Pixel 4 XL was £829 at the time of its release. If you put your smartphone back on the market now, you are likely to get more money for it than if you were to wait until a later date. This is because the value of smartphones tends to depreciate over time. If your phone has been well looked after and has minimal signs of wear and tear, this will also increase the amount that you will receive for your device. You should keep your phone in a phone case as this will also prevent your device from getting damaged most of the time.
When you decide that you want to send your Pixel 4 XL off to be recycled, it can be resold on the domestic market. This will typically involve a refurbishment to get it in the best condition. If your device is past the point of a repair, it will have its valuable components extracted and resold to be used elsewhere.
Even if your device is completely damaged, you should still be able to get paid for it regardless. Just remember to select ‘broken’ when describing your phone’s state. Some problems that your device could have include screen issues, faulty audio and buttons not working. If your phone has an issue relating to water damage, make sure that you take a look at your recycler’s T&Cs or get in touch with them directly to find out how they would deal with this issue.