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OnePlus have made a name for themselves over the past few years, becoming a mainstay in the yearly list of new flagship phones. So finding a buyer for your OnePlus 8T isn’t as simple as finding one for iPhone or Samsung. The easiest and most hassle free method of selling your old phone is by choosing one of the many recyclers above. They will either send you a pack, or arrange for your device to be collected, assess it and put the money in your account, minus a couple quid for any scratches or dings they find.
The OnePlus 8T was one an incremental upgrade on the positively received OnePlus 8, and although OnePlus could have got away with calling this device the OnePlus 9, it chose to stick with the “T” moniker even though there were a load of improvements on last years model, including the important ones, bigger battery, better screen, more cameras!
OnePlus has made a name for itself as a bit of a specialists phone, and as such doesn’t have that wide appeal as the iPhone and Samsung. This is one of the reasons that the phone doesn’t hold its value as much as iPhones and Samsungs do.
The best time to sell your phone is always as soon as you can after you have upgraded to a new one if you want to maintain as much of the sell on value as possible. Our merchants have the ability to change prices every day so lock in your price now for up to 14 days. You can take advantage of this before you have even received your new phone.
The OnePlus was launched with a few different variants and cheaper than the OnePlus 8. The starting price at launch was £549 for the 6GB/128 version and £799 for the 12GB/256GB version, so you can determine how much the device has lost in value since its launch in 2020.
The OnePlus range unfortunately doesn’t hold its value as well as iPhones or Samsung phones, so to make sure you get as much as you can for your old device, make sure you sell it as you buy a new phone.
Recycling your old phones ensures any valuable rare materials are kept out of landfill and in circulation until they can be responsibly recycled into something else. E-waste is a huge problem and small consumer electronics make up a considerable proportion of it. By recycling your device, you are doing a small part to reduce the waste ending up in landfill.