Sell your Samsung Galaxy Ace
While the vast majority of us can't imagine life without a mobile phone, sometimes we forget about our original smartphone that's lying tucked up in a drawer somewhere, out of sight and out of mind. Maybe some of you bought the Samsung Galaxy Ace back in 2011, when smartphones were starting to become affordable for all. While, of course, the Ace was a relatively high-end phone on its release, it does look a little lacking when compared to current phones. However, it's still a good and reliable smartphone with good connectivity, a decent screen size at 3.5 inches, and resolution that equalled that of the first three iPhones. There's also a very good 5 megapixel camera which makes taking pics a pleasure. So, all in all, while this may be an old Samsung model, it's a good choice if you're looking for an inexpensive, basic, alternative or second-hand phone.
If you've got a Samsung Galaxy Ace tucked away somewhere, you're possibly thinking that it's not even worth the effort to sell it. However, by using a phone recycler, you'll be pleasantly surprised by both the ease of the process, and the price you'll get for your old handset. While of course, it's not going to be mega-bucks, at least you'll be able to treat yourself to something nice from the proceeds. So if you're thinking of recycling your Samsung Galaxy Ace, why not send it to one of the phone recyclers listed in our comparison table. You'll see that there's plenty of them willing to pay you for your old phone. What's more they'll even send you pre-paid packaging so you can send it to them without any cost to you. Once they receive it, they'll process your payment to your bank or Paypal account. Some recyclers even pay the same day that they receive your phone! Of course, you can also choose from a range of vouchers, which often give you a greater monetary reward than cash payments. Many recyclers will also accept broken or damaged phones, so you can send them your phone and feel happy that it will be going to a good home, rather than just gathering dust in your drawer.