According to the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, over 90% of Americans are now in a cell phone contract. A large majority of those customers are more than happy to jump into another contract once their old one ends.
This is in part thanks to Android’s aggressive marketing technique of continuously creating new and improved phones that are irresistible to gadget enthusiasts – and there are many gadget enthusiasts out there. Chances are, you have a pretty decent cell phone laying around collecting dust or taking up space in your sock drawer.
If so, you can put it to better use in someone else’s hands and sell your Droid phone easily for cash. Used cell phones that are still in decent condition are often an overlooked item that can help get us some extra money while helping others. An entire collection of retired smartphones, which is another growing trend, can add up to a decent stack of cash instantly.
The good news is that selling your phone is pretty much hassle free and instantly gratifying. It wasn’t long ago that having to personally list and sell them was the only option. Going about this method may get you the most money for your cell phone, but it’s generally a pain, especially if they make such great glorified alarm clocks anyway.
However, now there are plenty of companies that make it their business to buy used phones on the spot to recycle them back out to others who would like to own them.
The price offered for a phone is determined by how much it is in demand, the model, year, condition and amount of usage. In some cases, the amount offered may increase if they are in need of a specific model to provide for shifts in customer demands. Another benefit of trading in the old phone is that it keeps you more in balance with how much you are spending to indulge in the latest gadgets. Selling your old phone is simply a return on your investment.
Upgrading to the newest technology can be affordable when you make a habit of selling the old one as long as you are in a reasonable contract and take good care of your phones.