If you want to sell your Galaxy Note 9, you simply need to compare the various recyclers and prices they offer on our site to determine which company you wish to choose. Once you have chosen one, we will ask you for a view details to place your order.
The recycling company you've chosen will send you a package which you will use to post your Galaxy Note 9 to them. You can package the phone yourself and not wait for the pre-paid pack to arrive. This is something to consider if you wish you be paid for your phone quicker. When the recycler receives your phone, they will assess its condition to ensure that it has been categorised correctly. Once the testing has been successful, you will get paid for your device.
Here at Compare and Recycle, we recommend that you try to keep your Galaxy Note 9 in circulation for as long as you can. This means that when you're considering replacing your Galaxy Note 9, avoid your phone getting dumped on a landfill site or wasted away at the back of a drawer. When you sell your phone to one of our featured recyclers, it will be refurbished so that it is good to be put back on the market as a fully functioning refurbished Galaxy Note 9 and loved again by someone else.
When it comes to putting your device back on the market, it is typically recommended to do it as soon as possible. This is because devices’ value depreciate over time. Despite this fact, there are specific times annually which are good times to wait for to sell your device. These are when the newest Samsung flagships are released and a couple of months before Christmas.
Your phone could be cosmetically damaged, but this should not stop you from selling it on. If your phone has some moderate wear and tear or a cracked screen, our featured recyclers will be willing to buy it off you, but for a slighly reduced price. You can find prices for phones with hardware or software faults, but keep in mind that they will be offered less money due to higher refurbishement costs involved.