Fortunately you've come to the right place! SellCell is the best place to sell phones, tablets and other mobile devices. We compare prices from all the leading cell phone buyers in the US to get you the most cash and also save you time and hassle. If you want to sell a phone or tablet then SellCell is the only site you need!
The answer is YES! Whatever the condition of your old phone you can sell it at SellCell. The cell phone buyers on SellCell buy phones and other mobile devices in any condition so yes you can sell broken phones here. Whether it is just slightly faulty or even if it is completely smashed, cracked or won't turn on there will be a buyer willing to pay for it. Obviously if your device is broken you won't get full value for it, and the more damage the less you will get for it, but it is still worth selling
People frequently ask us what happens to their device when they sell a smartphone or tablet through the SellCell platform. The companies featured on SellCell specialize in the buying, selling and recycling of used cell phones, tablets and other mobile devices. There is a big and growing demand globally for used cell phones. The latest handsets continue to get better and better but so does the cost with the prices for new phones increasing all the time. There are a lot of consumers and businesses that prefer to buy refurbished, pre-owned phones for a better deal. The cell phone buyback companies on our site specialize in buying used phones that people no longer want (such as when they upgrade) and they then generally refurbish the devices and sell them on again to customers looking for quality, pre-owned phones. When you trade in your old phone on SellCell the majority of devices will be re-sold to other customers domestically in America but they also get re-sold internationally to other countries all around the world
It's great getting lots of cash for your old phone but in addition to that when you recycle your old cell phone you are helping the environment. E-Waste can be a big problem if electronic goods are not disposed of properly because the materials inside them can be damaging to the environment. When you recycle an old cell phone or other electronic device through SellCell you can be assured it will be processed in an environmentally friendly way. The cell phone buyer you sell it to will either re-sell it on to someone looking for a used phone or if it has no value they will dismantle it and dispose of all the components in an environmentally friendly method. Either way you can rest assured that it will not end up in landfill. In fact, since SellCell was started it has helped millions of phones and electronic devices get recycled in an environmentally friendly way
Yes. Both consumers and businesses go on to SellCell to sell used phones. If you are a business looking to sell larger batches of phones or other used electronics then one of our account managers will be able to help. Go to our Business page for more details on how to sell used business phones
I would also want to suggest you to please mention buybackpros.com also. Buy Back Pros is the website where any person can sell his/her used or broken cell phones and can get the best price with 30 days money guarantee.
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One of the most important things to remember when you sell broken cell phones for cash is to provide accurate details about their condition. This includes telling the recycling program that the phone is broken.
Your local Device Pitstop store sells certified pre-owned brands of tech devices like laptops, tablets, smartphones. We also pay cash-on-the-spot for your used devices. Plus, our Pit Crew offers quick repairs and upgrades, for less.
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Cellular (cell or mobile) phones first became widely available in the United States in the 1990s. Since then, along with the large and still growing number of cell phone users (both adults and children), the amount of time people spend on their phones has also risen sharply.
Cell phones give off a form of energy known as radiofrequency (RF) waves, so the safety of cell phone use has raised some concerns. The main concerns have focused on whether cell phones might increase the risk of brain tumors or other tumors in the head and neck area, as these areas are closest to where the phone is usually held while talking or listening on a call.
Several dozen studies have looked at possible links between cell phone use and tumors. Most of these studies have focused on brain tumors. Many of these have been case-control studies, in which patients with brain tumors (cases) were compared to people who didn't have brain tumors (controls), in terms of their past cell phone use.
These studies have had mixed results. Some studies have found a possible link between cell phone use and brain tumors, while others have not. For example, several studies published by the same research group in Sweden have reported an increased risk of brain tumors in people using cell phones. However, there was no apparent overall increase in brain tumors in Sweden during the years that correspond to these reports.
The 13-country INTERPHONE study, the largest case-control study done to date, looked at cell phone use among more than 5,000 people who developed brain tumors (gliomas or meningiomas) and a similar group of people without tumors. Overall, the study found no link between brain tumor risk and the frequency of calls, longer call time, or cell phone use for 10 or more years. There was a suggestion of a possible increased risk of glioma, and a smaller suggestion of an increased risk of meningioma, in the 10% of people who used their cell phones the most. But this finding was hard to interpret because some people in the study reported implausibly high cell phone use. The researchers noted that the shortcomings of the study prevented them from drawing any firm conclusions, and that more research was needed.
Another part of the INTERPHONE study compared more than 1,000 people with acoustic neuromas to more than 2,000 people without tumors, who served as matched controls. As with gliomas and meningiomas, there was no overall link between cell phone use and acoustic neuromas. There was again a suggestion of a possible increased risk in the 10% of people who used their cell phones the most, but this finding was hard to interpret because some people reported implausibly high cell phone use.
A large prospective (forward-looking) study of nearly 800,000 women in the UK examined the risk of developing brain tumors over an average of about 14 years in relation to self-reported cell phone use. This study found no link between cell phone use and the risk of brain tumors overall or of several common brain tumor subtypes. But again, there are limits as to how well this study might apply to people using cell phones today. For example, when the women in this study were first asked about their cell phone use back in 2001, fewer than 1 in 5 users reported talking on a cell phone for 30 minutes or more each week.
First, studies have not yet been able to follow people for very long periods of time. After a known cancer-causing exposure, it often takes decades for tumors to develop. Because cell phones have been widely used for only about 20 years in most countries, it is not possible to rule out possible future health effects.
Second, cell phone usage is constantly changing. People are using their cell phones much more than they were even 10 years ago, and the phones themselves are very different from what was used in the past. This makes it hard to know if the results of studies looking at cell phone use in years past still apply today.
The American Cancer Society (ACS) does not have any official position or statement on whether or not radiofrequency (RF) radiation from cell phones, cell phone towers, or other sources is a cause of cancer. ACS generally looks to other expert organizations to determine if something causes cancer (that is, if it is a carcinogen), including:
It is not clear at this time that RF waves from cell phones cause harmful health effects in people, but studies now being done should give a clearer picture of the possible health effects in the future. Until more is known, there are several things that people who are concerned about RF waves can do to limit their exposure.
Use the speaker mode or video chat feature on the phone, or a hands-free device such as a corded or cordless earpiece. This moves the antenna away from your head, which decreases the amount of RF waves that reach the head. Corded earpieces emit virtually no RF waves (although the phone itself still emits small amounts of RF waves that can reach parts of the body if close enough, such as on the waist or in a pocket). Bluetooth® earpieces typically transmit RF waves at much lower power levels than cell phones themselves (see below). 781b155fdc