Sell my Google Pixel XL
The Google Pixel XL was the eXtra Large version of the original Google Pixel - a phone which turned heads AND turned the smartphone business completely on its head! Leading the way with a dedicated image processing chip for its camera, this Google-designed phone is a piece of history. Yet, as with all phones, it's just one short trip away from becoming hazardous e-waste. That's where we come in - The Big Phone Store are here to turn that old device into cash... so sell your Google Pixel XL with us today!
How do I sell my Google Pixel XL?
It couldn't be easier to sell your Google Pixel XL at The Big Phone Store. Just follow these three steps!
1. An instant price for your device
Just fill in your phone’s details to get an instant quote. We’ll ask you for details such as your phone’s storage size, and what condition it’s in. You should see a quote appear for your handset, right before your eyes!
2. FREE, secure shipping!
Once you accept our quote, we’ll send you a full Welcome Pack within 24 hours. This will include a secure, pre-paid postage bag, along with all the information you need to make sure your old Google Pixel XL reaches us safely.
In a hurry? You can drop off your old device at your local post office today! Simply select ‘Post Office’ at check-out, and we’ll give you a QR code to take with you.
3. Get paid FAST: same-day evaluation!
As soon as we receive your device, we immediately send it for evaluation. That means that if your phone’s condition matches the information that you sent us, you’ll get money in your bank account the very same day we receive it. The power is in your hands - so make sure you give your old device a fair appraisal! We can pay you via bank transfer or PayPal.
Your Pixel XL trade-in is complete! Yes, we know - it really is that simple. Keep an eye out for that bank transfer in the coming days!
Why trade in my Google Pixel XL?
Trading in your old phone might be the best way to get money towards a new one. At the Big Phone Store, we’re crazy about our huge range of refurbished phones, because you’ll get far more value for money. We'll even offer you a discount if you choose to buy your new phone from us. You'll receive up to £20 off your next purchase when you trade in!
Why is The Big Phone Store the best place to sell my Google Pixel XL?
There are many recyclers out there offering to take your device off your hands. Here are a few reasons why The Big Phone Store is the number one place to sell phones of any kind:
The Best Price for Your Device
At The Big Phone Store, we'll give you a great price - nay, the best price - for your Pixel XL. Our sales team compare offers from other stores throughout the day, so you don't have to!
Experience Where it Matters
To make sure you get the best quality service, we take care of every single step of your Pixel XL trade-in. No call centres, no third parties, no hidden fees. Just a dedicated customer service team at our UK-based phone restoration hub, where we’ve been refurbishing and recycling phones since the 1990s!
No wonder our website boasts a 5-Star badge from TrustPilot - you can’t do any better than that!
Can I sell my phone in-store?
Looking for a great place sell your phone in Wolverhampton? Why not visit us right here at The Big Phone Store! Here’s our address:
Unit 9, Waddens Brook Ln, Wolverhampton, WV11 3SF
To make sure you get the best service, make sure to bring your ID and some proof of address. We're open Monday to Saturday, 9am till 5.30pm. Drop us a visit today!
What should I do when I sell my Google Pixel XL?
You might be surprised by how little you need to do when selling your Google Pixel XL. Before sending us your handset, you’ll need to remove your SIM card. This will make sure that you can easily transfer your phone number to your new device.
You’ll also need to remove your device from your Google accounts. You can do this from your phone, or online - we’ll guide you through the process once you check out.
Should I reset my phone to factory settings?
Once your device has been removed from your Google accounts, we do recommend that you reset your phone before sending it to us.
However, you should beware - simply resetting your phone to factory settings doesn't guarantee that your information has been destroyed forever. That’s why we provide a Permanent Data Removal service, for free, for every single phone sold to us. Our company has been offering professional data destruction services for over 20 years, and we are registered with the ICO under the Data Protection Act. Simply send us your device, and we will take care of everything for you.
Can I sell a broken Google Pixel XL for parts?
We're not afraid of faulty phones. You can still sell your broken Google Pixel XL to us - we don't need it to be in good condition. 5 Billion old devices were thrown away last year, with a huge chunk of those heading straight to landfill - even when there’s plenty of use left in the device’s hardware. We can even pay cash for your water-damaged Google Pixel XL!
Despite our best efforts, there are some circumstances where your broken Google Pixel XL might actually be completely beyond saving - if your device is bent for example, or has its internals sticking out of the case, then it might be declared "Beyond Economic Repair" - and the best we can do is make sure that your handset gets properly recycled in a way that is safe, and good for the planet.
Not only does e-waste put harmful substances into the environment - these phones contain rare-earth materials that desperately need to be recaptured and put back into the circular economy. The good news is that our recycling service is, and always will be, 100% free of charge. For more information, visit our Sell my Broken Phone page.
Why won't you accept my phone?
We reserve the right to refuse any device if there are any signs that it has been tampered with, or if we suspect it has been involved in illegal activity. We cannot pay for:
Devices that have been reported stolen or lost
Devices that have been barred by any network
Devices that have been involved in any other illegal activities
Devices that have been broken into pieces
For a full list of terms and conditions, click here.