The S7 Edge was a completely new look for the Galaxy range with its curved edges making waves in 2016 when it was first released. Compare different recyclers that are willing to buy your device by selecting whether your device is the 32GB or 64GB capacity variation. Then, select the relevant condition of your device and choose an offer from the recycler that is best for you.
Once you have filled out your details in the checkout process, your chosen recycler will send you a freepost to send your device in, and if you want to speed up the process you can print off your own freepost label. You do not have to send the original packaging, but any accessories that you do not need can also be responsibly recycled. The recycling company will check that the device meets the criteria that you selected, then they will make you a new offer or continue with the original offer.
If you want to get the most for your device, then the time that you sell it is worth considering. The months after Christmas and after a new device has been released is when there will be a drop in prices from recyclers. The value of every phone depreciates over time but tends to fluctuate from month to month depending on the individual recycler’s demands for this device.
Samsung are not known for their commitment to their environment and do not reveal how much greenhouse gas is produced during the manufacturing process. They also do not provide any clear information about their supply channel. Keeping the rare and precious materials used in the construction of a mobile phone in circulation and out of landfill is an important act. If you do this through us at Compare and Recycle, you are helping to ensure your phone is used and reused, and then eventually recycled responsibly.
The S7 Edge is notoriously difficult and expensive to repair, which means that a lot of people will simply leave it in the drawer thinking that their device has no value. Nonetheless, you can still make money by selling your old device as many recyclers have the ability and resources to give a device a new lease of life. With a bit of fixing up, you can keep your device in circulation.