Recycle your phone for money

Money for your phone - Selling phones on ebaysell your iphonesell your samsung galaxysell your iphone 6ssell your iphone 6s plussell your iphone 6sell your iphone 6 plussell your iphone 5sell your iphone 5ssell your iphone 5csell your iphone 4sell your iphone 4ssell your samsung galaxy s7sell your samsung galaxy s7 edgesell your samsung galaxy s8sell your samsung galaxy s6sell your samsung galaxy s6 edgesell your samsung galaxy s6 activesell your samsung galaxy s5sell your samsung galaxy s5 activesell your samsung galaxy s5 sportsell your samsung galaxy s4sell your samsung galaxy s4 minisell your samsung galaxy s4 zoomsell your samsung galaxy s iiisell your samsung galaxy note 3sell your google pixelsell your htc one m9sell your htc one m8sell your lg g4sell your lg g3sell your motorola droid turbosell your motorola droid minishow more* based on comparison of at&t, verizon and gazelle data. © 2017 verizon wireless service & supportstore locatorregister signal boosterreport a security vulnerabilitydevice trade-in programorder statusin-store pickupverizon wireless communityview mobile sitebrandsappleasusblackberrydroidgooglehtcipadiphonekyoceralgmotorolasamsungos & featured devicesandroidwindowsiphone 7 (product)red special editioniphone 7 plus (product)red special editionpixelpixel xlsamsung galaxy s8samsung galaxy s8+plans, deals & moredeals & special offersmilitary & veterans discountsinternational student programemployee discountscertified pre-ownedmy verizon cloudsite map | about us | news | careers | responsibility | verizon innovation program | privacy | legal notices | customer agreementbrochures | important wireless issues | radio frequency emissions | avoid potential hearing loss | website use | return policyaccessibility | my verizon terms & conditions | device payment terms & conditions | lifeline/link-up | about our ads | advertise with usnorton securedbbb accredited businessconsumer information codeverified by visamastercard securecode. All companies do this though, and if it doesn't, it won't accept responsibility for non-delivery so, depending on the value of the phone, it might be worth sending it by recorded 'signed-for' post, which insures it for up to 50 and costs a couple of quid, depending on the weight of your phone. So to maximise your donation, sell it yourself, then donate the cash to the charity - it'll get more cash and because of the gift aid scheme (see the boost charity donations guide) it can reclaim your tax too, which means an extra 25% on top of your donation.

CNET How To - Sell your phone for cash

http://cnet.co/1bOqf23 Getting the most dough for your old phone takes a little legwork. CNET's Jessica Dolcourt tells you where to ...