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Maksim Samsonov
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Buy Sell Iphone 6 ##VERIFIED##



When you are selling a phone the more expensive it is the bigger the difference between the highest and lowest prices paid for it. This means it is very important to ensure you are getting the best deal when selling a phone like the iPhone 6 as you could lose out on a lot of money. This is where SellCell.com comes in. Instead of spending ages trawling all the various iPhone trade in sites looking for the best deal, SellCell does this in seconds. Its unique price comparison technology compares prices from all the leading iphone buyback companies to get you the best deal when selling an iPhone 6. This is all backed by our Best Price Guarantee which means that you are guaranteed to get the most cash for your iPhone 6. So, want to know the value of your iPhone 6? Use SellCell now to find out how much your iPhone 6 is worth...




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If you are a business looking to sell iPhones in bulk (10+) then try our SellCell for Business service. A SellCell dedicated account manager will compare prices from all the leading corporate iphone recycling companies to get you the most value for your used devices. Plus, get free data erasure and free courier pickup. For more info about our business service go to SellCell for Business.


The average resale market or trade-in value of a used iPhone 6 Plus is $22.67, with prices ranging between $11.00 and $28.00 from the best buyback stores. If you have an iPhone 6, it might be in your best interest to consider selling.


Auction sites like eBay can be alluring as well, but sellers should beware. Your device might sell for well below market value unless you are careful and select a reserve price for your listing.


Additionally, after 60 days of purchase from Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T, your phone no longer has a lock. So even if you purchased with one of these carriers, your iPhone 6/6S is well beyond 60 days of purchase, and you can sell it for more!


Though most buyers will be apprehensive about purchasing a phone with a blacklisted status or bad ESN or Equipment Serial Number, you can still sell them. Just be prepared to be offered a little less. The companies that will buy these are online stores listed below. If you want to sell a blacklisted or bad ESN iPhone 6/6S, get a quote here:


We buy cracked, scratched and water damaged handsets and, although we pay a little less for broken phones, you may be surprised by how much you can make selling them with us. And hey, it beats leaving it to gather dust!


Want to sell your used iPhone 6 quickly? Skip the hassle of selling your old iPhone in person, dealing with non-paying eBay bidders, meeting up with low-balling local strangers, and getting pennies on the dollar from big-box stores by selling to GadgetGone. Get your guaranteed quote in seconds, then send your iPhone to us for free with our shipping kit and prepaid mailing label.


From helpful tips for first-time sellers to reminder texts for busy customers and answers to every question in between, our Customer Relationship Specialists make getting paid a breeze. Whatever you need, one of our customer-experience rock stars is only a text away.


Definitely! Heck, you can sell devices of all kinds to GadgetGone, not just iPhones. Whether you have multiple iPhones of the same model or a bunch of different models, you can add any quantity necessary to your cart when getting your initial quote. We even accept bulk trade-ins from wholesale sellers or companies looking for IT asset recovery.


Not at all! GadgetGone offers instant quotes for iPhones from major carriers like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint (and of course you can sell unlocked iPhones, as well). If you need to sell a used iPhone from a lesser-known network carrier (like Xfinity, Cricket, Straight Talk, Tracfone, US Cellular, or others) just contact us for a custom quote.


I researched all of the different vendors to sell my used iPhone 6+ and GadgetGone offered the best rate by far. The process was quick and simple and I received my cash very quickly. I would definitely use them again in the future.


Looking for a quick and easy option? Consider selling your old device to a buy-back service. Although it's not entirely without risk -- if the old iPhone isn't in the condition you said it was, for example if it is a broken iPhone, you may not get the full value quoted by the buyer -- it does minimize the time and hassle, especially compared with trying to sell it yourself on, say, eBay or Craigslist.


There are traditional trade-in options like those offered by Apple and Best Buy (see the next section), and then there are buy-and-sell marketplaces like those listed below. Before you spend a lot of time hopping from one to another to get quotes, head to Flipsy, which compares US trade-in values at multiple buy-back stores. It shows you the payment methods, price-lock duration (that's how long you have before you need to send the phone in) and price based on the condition of the old device. (Because each buyback program and store is little different when it comes to "condition" definitions, Flipsy doesn't drill down beyond phone model, carrier and storage.) SellCell is another price-comparison service for anyone looking to score top dollar for an old iPhone.


An honorable mention goes to Swappa, which has a sky-high TrustPilot score (4.8) but isn't really a buyback service. Rather, it's a marketplace designed to connect buyers and sellers. Think eBay, but with a focus on devices like your iPad, iPhone or other Apple product. To list your older iPhone (which doesn't guarantee a sale), you must first create a Swappa account and then connect a PayPal account. You also set your asking price, which necessarily includes a sale fee, but not any additional PayPal fees that may apply.


If you do decide to use Craigslist or another in-person option to sell an iOS device, make sure you meet your buyer in a well-lit, public place (many police departments offer their parking lots as transaction sites). For the smoothest transaction, make the agreement clear prior to meeting -- your customer should know the price, the condition of the phone and its wireless carrier (especially if the phone isn't unlocked) in advance.


If you don't mind putting in a little work -- listing, shipping and paying a small sales fee -- eBay is arguably a better place to sell a used phone than either Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace. That's because it offers purchase protection, which makes people more comfortable buying from strangers.


The downside? Fees. eBay charges a sales fee for products that are sold through its site: 10% of the final selling price. To figure out a ballpark selling price for your device, search for your model and check the "sold" listings.


If there's a downside to selling your iPhone on eBay, it's the potential risk of buyer's remorse. eBay offers protection to both the seller and buyer, but customer service tends to side with the buyer in the event of a dispute. Scammers know how to take advantage of this. You can minimize your risk by documenting everything (including taking photos or screenshots of the phone's IMEI number) and making sure to get signed proof of delivery.


Your old phone is losing market value by the day, so the best time to sell it is always as soon as possible. It's estimated that within 24 hours of a new iPhone's unveiling, your old phone loses up to 30% of its trade-in value so you can try to time it right and sell it in the weeks leading up to an iPhone event if you're smart.


One concern is that if you sell your old smartphone immediately, you'll be phoneless until the new one arrives. Thankfully, many of the aforementioned buy-back and trade-in services give you a grace period (also known as a "price lock") of up 30 days after selling your phone before you have to send it in -- time enough, hopefully, to purchase and receive your new phone and get everything migrated over (including the SIM card -- don't forget that!). Since the iPhone 14 is just a few months old, this is less of an issue currently.


If your phone is damaged, you can probably still get something for it, even if the device doesn't turn on. It's not worth it to repair a cracked phone screen before you sell, but if your screen is only slightly damaged -- a small hairline crack in the corner, for example -- you may want to sell it on your own instead of trading it in. An individual may be willing to overlook superficial screen damage for a good price.


Released in September 2014, the Apple iPhone 6 changed the face of the smartphone industry. It was an update to a larger form factor of 5.44 by 2.64 by 0.27 inches compared to the iPhone 5s, thanks mainly to an increase in screen size from 4 inches to 4.7 inches. This exciting new iteration in phone design laid the groundwork for the iPhone 6s and represented an improvement in almost every way over its predecessor. While newer models have superseded the specifications of the 6, it remains an excellent phone, and it is still readily available in new and used condition from sellers on eBay.


Sellers on eBay offer massive choices, but to get an even better deal, look for used or refurbished models. These may be as good as new but have a much lower selling price. Shopping for refurbished models is a perfect way to own a classic phone without blowing the budget.


As an individual part, you canNOT buy authentic Apple parts anywhere. Only an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider have access to authentic parts and they will NOT sell one to you. They will however, let you pay them to install an authentic battery in your phone for $49.


I am really sick of Apple and its limitations. apps with no help files. The only good of an ipad and iphone is they are faster than Windows. But then Windows would be a lot faster if it was limited to a small number of Approved Apps. 041b061a72


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