Sell your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 P3200
Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab range of tablets to the market especially to appeal to those users looking for a budget-friendly tablet. While they don't really compare to the Galaxy Note, they do offer a great all-round user experience if you don't fancy spending loads of money on this kind of device. Released in July 2013, the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 P3200 had the advantage of being solidly built and, due to its smaller 7 inch screen, it was extremely portable. In fact it's the perfect size for someone to slip into their handbag or backpack. It had the same screen resolution as the Galaxy Tab 2, together with a 3MP rear camera and a 1.3MP front version. While these are by no means exceptional in terms of the cameras on smart devices, as the price of the tablet when new made it affordable to the masses, nobody was complaining.
If you dipped your toe into the tablet market with a 7-inch version of the Galaxy Tab 3, perhaps you're finding that it's time for an upgrade, and now you're wondering what to do with your old tablet. Well, we're here to show you how selling your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.00 P3200 to a phone recycling company is a fuss-free, fast and easy option.
To make the whole process as simple as possible, we've put together a comparison chart of recyclers who are prepared to buy your Galaxy Tab 3. As you can see, the prices on offer are not going to make you take a sharp intake of breath, at least not in a good way, but you'll certainly get the current market-value for your tablet. What's more, the phone recycling companies listed on this page have taken all the hassle out of selling your unwanted tablet online. There's no auction listings to cope with, not to mention the commissions charged by such sites - just a clear indication of what they're prepared to pay, how they'll pay it, and when they'll pay out. What could be simpler than that?
If you've decided that it's time for you and your Galaxy Tab to part company, then selling it to a phone recycler is a sensible option. They'll even provide you with all the packaging you need to send it to them, plus they'll pay the postage too. Just remember, if you sell your Tab via an online auction site, not only will you have to pay the postage yourself, but the site will also take a percentage commission from your postage costs! By selling your unwanted tablet to a phone recycling company, you simply send off your tablet in the supplied packaging and wait for your money to arrive. And if your tablet's broken - some recycling companies will even take broken devices off you too.