The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is the bigger brother of the S9 which was released at the same time. This supercharged device has more memory, a bigger battery and a considerable addition to the already large, OLED screen. To sell your device, simply select the capacity and choose which of the offers is the most appealing to you from our choice of recyclers.
After you have provided your details, the recycling company will then send a package to you to send your device in. If you want to speed up the process, you can opt to send your device in by printing off a label and sending the device yourself. Then, you just have to wait a few days for the recycler to receive your device and conduct a few checks. You will then receive the payment for your device.
Samsung are not typically known for their environmentally friendly practices. Unlike some other manufacturers, they do not disclose the true environmental costs of manufacturing smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S9. What we do know however is that most of the greenhouse gases are created in the mining and production stages of the S9 Plus’s lifecycle. Therefore, keeping the phone in circulation by giving it a new lease of life through refurbishment will mean that the annual environmental cost is significantly lowered.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus was released in March 2018 and at the time was the most powerful phone on the market. It came with a significant price tag starting from £850 at the time of release. Although it did not quite hit the £1k mark, the price of Samsung phones began to steadily increase with the S9 Plus. The Samsung devices do not tend to hold their value as well as an Apple phone, but you can maintain your phone’s value by getting the higher 256GB capacity model and keeping it in a protective case.
If your phone has undergone significant damage during the time that you owned it, you will be pleased to know that many recyclers are still willing to give you a good price for a broken S9 Plus. These devices will be repaired and refurbished until they are fit for resale and then will be put back on the market to be sold as a pre-loved device. If your device has water damage, then it is important that you check the terms and conditions of the merchant you are considering selling your device to.