Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £68.09 cash and by recycling your Samsung Galaxy S10e you're also doing your bit for the environment!
To the right we list our Top Recommended Deal and below that we show all the mobile phone recyclers who will pay you to recycle your old Samsung mobile phone.
If you have bought the Galaxy S10e and are now looking to upgrade or change phones, then you will be looking to find the best price for your phone as possible. Samsung Galaxy phones are always in high demand and could become the perfect refurbished phone for someone. Simply select a recycler from our comparison table, then click through and fill out your details. The recycler will then send you a freepost pack to send your phone to the recycler for evaluation. After your device meets certain requirements, then the recycling company will send you the money via bank transfer, PayPal or cheque. If you want to speed the process up, you can print off your own label and send your S10e to them that way.
The Samsung Galaxy S10e is full of rare materials and took a significant amount of energy to make. Did you know that 80% of a phone’s total emissions are created during a smartphone’s production? Keeping devices in circulation saves resources from being mined for longer. When you sell your Samsung Galaxy S10e, you can rest assured that your phone is going to be used again or recycled responsibly if the phone is beyond repair.
Galaxy S10e recycling prices depreciate throughout the year, with the biggest decreases occurring after a new device in the same range has been released. The value of the cheaper Samsung Galaxy S10e should drop more slowly than the more expensive phones which can see a huge percentage of the value knocked off just after a single year. Mobile phones are now costing over £1000, so it is more important than ever to know how and when to get the most that you can for your old phone.
If your phone has deep scratches, a broken screen, or malfunctioning buttons, then the phone must be classed as ‘broken’. The recycling companies will then give your phone a makeover and replace the broken parts until it can be sold on as a refurbished model. If your device cannot be reconditioned, then it will be responsibly recycled.