By recycling your mobile phone you have helped safeguard our environment.
We have an array of recyclers that will be willing to buy your Honor 20. Simply take a look at our selection and decide which company you want to choose. You then need to send your information to the recycler, including details about the condition of your device. Once this has been completed, you can send your device to the recycler either by a freepost package or you can send your device to them independently. After these steps have been carried out, you will get paid. Your options are either cheque, bank transfer or PayPal.
If you are ready to put your Honor 20 back on the market, we would recommend that you do it now. This is because phones’ value tends to depreciate over time. Having said this, there are specific times during the year that you might want to wait for as you could get a good price for your phone. These are namely prior to the release of a Honor smartphone, which tends to be in the spring, or in the months leading up to Christmas.
The Honor 20 first came out in 2019, and the capacity is 128GB. The Honor 20 cost £400 at the time of its release. As smartphones’ value decreases over time, we would recommend that you sell your phone sooner rather than later to get paid more for it. You should also try to prevent your device from getting damaged as this will increase its price as well. If you use a phone case, this should protect your Honor 20 from most mishaps.
When you sell your Honor 20, it will get a new lease of life as someone else’s device. This typically involves a refurbishment, and if your phone is totally damaged then the valuable components of the phone will be extracted and then sold elsewhere.
Even if your Honor 20 is completely broken, it can still be sold on as a second-hand device. You just have to select ‘broken’ to describe the condition of your device. Various issues that your phone could have include a broken screen, buttons not working and audio problems. If your device has had water damage, then we would advise that you get in contact with the recycler directly or have a look at their T&Cs to find out more.