Note7 owner, 23 Oct 2018Here's your problem 1. It's an Android 2. You are taking the first depreciation and selling in... moreWhat the hell are you talking about ? You keep making assumptions, where did I say that it was an Android ? Smh I am selling an iPhone 8 Plus used but in almost new condition and if I want to use the eBay instant selling option I will not get more than $300 for that phone while if I sell it myself I can sell it at at least $500
I wonder if and when this will be available in UK... It doesn't seem terrible judging by the amount it pays, it's also not the greatest. IMO it's always good to have 'another' option if all goes wrong and you need to make up for a new phone quickly.
Also, does anyone know if this 'instant sale' has the normal eBay, PayPal fees in it? On eBay's website I didn't see anything.
matt00112233, 23 Oct 2018By $600 I mean the current value of the phone this year (2018) Here's your problem 1. It's an Android 2. You are taking the first depreciation and selling in the same year. 3. You probably over paid initially for you device.
Note7 owner, 23 Oct 2018Was your $600 phone released in 2014? Technology moves fast and for a 4yrs old phone is more l... moreI agree. It's not worth it.
(As for your nickname? Move on, the 9 is MUCH better than 7)
If there's a way to convert that voucher to real money. It's actually a good deal.
ProJames, 23 Oct 2018Sell it yourself. You can get much more than whatever trade-in gets you.Not necessarily true, time is money for a lot of folks. Waiting around for a sale to make $50-$80 more isn't worth it.
matt00112233, 23 Oct 2018Yeah right, selling my $600 worth phone for $150 ? No thank youWas your $600 phone released in 2014? Technology moves fast and for a 4yrs old phone is more like a decade old phone. And it must be an Android phone. Those are really bad at keeping it's value.
Yeah right, selling my $600 worth phone for $150 ? No thank you