Do you want to sell your old iPhone? This is what Apple and other firms pay for it

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Whether you agree with the price of the new iPhones and decided therefore to take the leap or because you are going to change the platform and say goodbye to iOS, you may be interested to know how much you can get for your current (old) iPhone. There are many ways to get rid of it in exchange for some money, but, undoubtedly, one of the most viable is to host a plan to “renove” or sell your mobile on a platform.

And is that if the methods of placing your phone in a forum of sale, announce it on Twitter or simply spread the word among your friends in case someone buys it, do not convince, you should take a look at the renewal offers or sale of your old mobile that has both Apple itself (yes, Apple, did not you know?) and other companies. Let’s see how the panorama works.

Where to sell your old iPhone

Manzana

The apple itself has a plan to renew terminals (and other devices of the brand) called Apple GiveBack . With it you will get a discount or gift card from the Apple Store for the established value – if it has no value, they also offer to recycle it for free.

Do you want to sell your old iPhone? This is what Apple and other firms pay for it

Although other years the firm of the apple always put indicative amounts for all models that entered the program, now the house does not provide this information, being essential to enter its platform and enter the IMEI terminal. Interestingly we have tried this procedure with two computers (an iPhone 8 and an iPhone X) and with both we get that Apple gives 0 euros for them, so it is likely that until tomorrow, the day of sale for the new iPhones, the renewal plan is not enabled.

Anyway, to give you guidance , the year of the iPhone 7 (in 2016), Apple gave up to 128 euros for the iPhone 5s; 250 euros for the iPhone 6; and up to 285 euros for the iPhone 6 Plus.

Phone House

The people of Phone House also have a ” Sell ​​your mobile ” section in which they buy your iPhone. On the web you can check the maximum amounts you can get, although, as in Apple, it is indicative figures. The final price is confirmed in store. This is how the old iPhones are with this plan:

  • iPhone 7 (32 GB): 220 euros – Free: 270 euros
  • iPhone 7 (128 GB): 230 euros – Free: 270 euros
  • iPhone 7 (256 GB): 230 euros – Free: 270 euros
  • iPhone 7 Plus (32 GB): 300 euros – Free: 350 euros
  • iPhone 7 Plus (128 GB): 320 euros – Free: 340 euros
  • iPhone 7 Plus (256 GB): 360 euros – Free: 365 euros
  • iPhone 8 (64 GB): 380 euros – Free: 430 euros
  • iPhone 8 (256 GB): 430 euros – Free: 460 euros
  • iPhone 8 Plus (64 GB): 420 euros – Free: 490 euros
  • iPhone 8 Plus (256 GB): 460 euros – Free: 510 euros
  • iPhone X (64 GB): 530 euros – Free: 600 euros
  • iPhone X (256 GB): 610 euros – Free: 670 euros

Cash Converters

This is one of the platforms of purchase / sale par excellence so the possibility that we sell here our old iPhone had to be seen here. On your own website you can see how much they give you for your smartphone, with a fairly simple and intuitive platform (you have to register, of course). The combinations are almost endless, since for each model they consult you if there is any failure or deterioration, if it is free or subject to an operator -you should point out which one-, if you sell it with the charger or without it, what color it is and the state of the product (unworn, good condition or used). All these variables will make you give more or less money by phone, in addition to influencing the fact that you sell online or you approach a physical store.

Do you want to sell your old iPhone? This is what Apple and other firms pay for it

It is complicated to tell you all possible combinations here, but we are going to put a “standard situation” so that you more or less have an idea – remember that they are maximum guide prices. In this way, we will imagine that the iPhone does not show deterioration, it is free, it is delivered with a charger, it is black (or failing space gray) and it is used. According to that:

  • iPhone 7 (32 GB): 245 euros online / 265 euros in store
  • iPhone 7 (128 GB): 285 euros online / 300 euros in store
  • iPhone 7 (256 GB): 295 euros online / 315 euros in store
  • iPhone 7 Plus (32 GB): 295 euros online / 315 euros in store
  • iPhone 7 Plus (128 GB): 325 euros online / 245 euros in store
  • iPhone 7 Plus (256 GB): 330 euros online / 350 euros in store
  • iPhone 8 (64 GB): 370 euros online / 390 euros in store
  • iPhone 8 (256 GB): 425 euros online / 440 euros in store
  • iPhone 8 Plus (64 GB): 395 euros online / 420 euros in store
  • iPhone 8 Plus (256 GB): 435 euros online / 450 euros in store
  • iPhone X (64 GB): 550 euros online / 570 euros in store
  • iPhone X (256 GB): 595 euros online / 620 euros in store

CeX

Another of the great platforms to consider if you want to sell your iPhone. In CeX you can classify your phone in three categories A, B or C , depending on the state in how you deliver the phone (which, by the way, should be free), if it comes with its box with its accessories and even the color. We indicate below the approximate and rounded prices according to this assessment (which will be established by someone from CeX, of course). On the web you will see that these figures can change up / down:

  • iPhone 7 (32 GB): about 27 euros (A), 255 euros (B), 220 euros (C)
  • iPhone 7 (128 GB): 300 euros (A), 265 euros (B), 245 euros (C)
  • iPhone 7 (256 GB): 320 euros (A), 290 euros (B), 255 euros (C)
  • iPhone 7 Plus (32 GB): 300 euros (A), 305 euros (B), 255 euros (C)
  • iPhone 7 Plus (128 GB): 350 euros (A), 315 euros (B), 280 euros (C)
  • iPhone 7 Plus (256 GB): 365 euros (A), 345 euros (B), 330 euros (C)
  • iPhone 8 (64 GB): 395 euros (A), 365 euros (B)
  • iPhone 8 (256 GB): 475 euros (A), 410 euros (B)
  • iPhone 8 Plus (64 GB): 455 euros (A), 430 euros (B)
  • iPhone 8 Plus (256 GB): 515 euros (A), 490 euros (B), 455 euros (C)
  • iPhone X (64 GB): 560 euros (A), 530 euros (B), 495 euros (C)
  • iPhone X (256 GB): 645 euros (A), 570 euros (B)

We bought it

The We Buy It platform works in a similar way to Cash Converters, so you have to answer some questions to better define the price you can get for your old iPhone. We have answered yes to all questions (it works correctly, it has an original charger, etc …), except for the last one, since they only buy free terminals . When assessing the status of the phone, we have selected “In good condition” to be somewhat more pessimistic and pull by low-above this option is “Little used”, which greatly improves the value of the product.

Based on all this, the prices they pay are the following:

  • iPhone 7 (32 GB): 230.66 euros
  • iPhone 7 (128 GB): 321.18 euros
  • iPhone 7 (256 GB): 356.53 euros
  • iPhone 7 Plus (32 GB): 365.74 euros
  • iPhone 7 Plus (128 GB): 384.16 euros
  • iPhone 7 Plus (256 GB): 402.59 euros
  • iPhone 8 (64 GB): 430.23 euros
  • iPhone 8 (256 GB): 520.01 euros
  • iPhone 8 Plus (64 GB): 531.57 euros
  • iPhone 8 Plus (256 GB): 550 euros
  • iPhone X (64 GB): 641.23 euros
  • iPhone X (256 GB): 734.75 euros

Zonzoo

Another of those classic pages that you can go to. Although they can not confirm the exact amount until you check your phone – it’s all online, so you can not go to any physical store, on their website they give us an estimate – certainly, lower than in any of the other platforms raised , you must take it into account. For the calculation, we have chosen as criteria the equipment that is free (accepts from operators) and in the “Telephone that works” state:

  • iPhone 7 (32 GB): 205 euros
  • iPhone 7 (128 GB): 217 euros
  • iPhone 7 (256 GB): 240 euros
  • iPhone 7 Plus (32 GB): 275 euros
  • iPhone 7 Plus (128 GB): 299 euros
  • iPhone 7 Plus (256 GB): 310 euros
  • iPhone 8 (64 GB): 357 euros
  • iPhone 8 (256 GB): 404 euros
  • iPhone 8 Plus (64 GB): 404 euros
  • iPhone 8 Plus (256 GB): 439 euros
  • iPhone X (64 GB): 498 euros
  • iPhone X (256 GB): 568 euros

You have to choose Good luck with the sale.

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