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We have a variety of recycling companies that you can sell your Honor 10 to. You simply have to pick which recycler you want to go for and send your details over. Later in the process, you will have different options for sending your device to them. You can either pack your Honor 10 yourself, or you can use a freepost package to send it. When the recycler receives your device, they will ensure that it meets the requirements of the category that it was listed as. After these steps have been carried out, you will receive your payment either by bank transfer, PayPal or cheque.
If you want to sell your Honor 10, we would recommend that you do it sooner rather than later as smartphones’ value tends to decrease over time. Having said this, there are certain times annually that are ideal for selling your Honor 10. This would be prior to the release of a new Honor phone, or during the build-up to Christmas.
The Honor 10 was released in 2018 and comes with a capacity of 16GB. This came with a price of £400 at the time of its release, but the cost has decreased significantly since then. The higher the capacity of your device, the higher its value. Its condition is another determining factor. If you have broken your device for instance, this will bring the cost of your device down. You should ensure that you have a phone case for protection.
Each of the recyclers that we partner with will be able to put your Honor 10 back on the market as a second-hand device. This typically involves your device getting refurbished first. If your phone is completely broken, it will get sent to a recycling facility where some of the parts inside the device which can be sold will be taken out and put back on the market.
We have some recycling companies that will purchase your broken Honor 10 and sell it on. You simply need to categorise your device as ‘broken’ when filling in your details. A recycling company will categorise your phone as broken if there are important features that no longer work, such as the device’s screen, buttons, speaker or charging capability. If your phone has been subjected to water damage, make sure that you check your recycling company’s Terms and Conditions or get in touch with them as their ways of dealing with this may be unique.