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Sell my Huawei P30

Great value when selling your Huawei P30!

With its rounded corner design and dewdrop display, your Huawei P30 is a really great device. And that makes it valuable - so sell yours in our Buy Back Store today!

Since 1999, The Big Phone Store has been buying and selling mobile phones - including some of the biggest brands like Huawei, Samsung and Apple. Selling your unwanted device has never been easier: so place your order, send your handset and make money fast!

Why should I sell my Huawei P30?

The mobile phone industry is a rapidly developing sector, with countless devices being produced and released every year. So while your Huawei P30 currently has an excellent valuation, it won't last forever with new phones being designed and made all the time. This means there's never been a better time to sell your Huawei P30, especially if it's doing nothing but sit in a box, cupboard or drawer!

Where can I sell my used Huawei P30 for cash?

Given the current popularity of your Huawei P30, you definitely won't be short of buy back offers for it. Many online retailers - as well as those on the High Street - will be keen to prize your handset away from you, promising to pay the 'best possible price'.

But at The Big Phone Store, we're never beaten on price. We check valuations throughout the day so you can be confident of getting a great deal for your Huawei P30. Even better, our Price Match Promise guarantees that, if you find a better 'like for like' price elsewhere, we'll match it without hesitation!

We really have done the hard work for you. So enjoy the best possible cash value for your mobile phone and sell it in our Buy Back Store today!

How much can I sell my Huawei P30 for?

Just like our unbeatable valuations, we've taken the hard work out of getting a great price for your Huawei P30 too. At the top of this page you'll find our valuation calculator, which gives you a quote in seconds for your device. Simply tell us the 'condition', 'network' and 'internal storage' (as well as 'quantity' if you're selling more than one)!

If your Huawei P30 is in better 'condition', it almost always yields a higher cash value in our Buy Back Store. Above, you'll see that we've split our 'condition' criteria in just four categories: New, Good, Poor and Broken. Comprehensive details for each category can be found below the valuation calculator and there's also additional information in our full Terms and Conditions.

When it comes to 'network', we recommend looking into whether your Huawei P30 is 'locked' or 'unlocked' from its provider (e.g. EE, Three, Virgin Mobile). If your device is still 'locked', you'll usually find it has a lower cash valuation, so getting it 'unlocked' should be a top priority before you sell. To do this, contact your network provider or visit their website - they'll have all the information and instructions you require!

As a general rule, you'll also see that a Huawei P30 with larger 'internal storage' commands a higher trade-in valuation. We accept the 64GB, 128GB and 256GB versions - and each one currently has an unbeatable cash price in our Buy Back Store!

Please note: We suggest you perform a Factory Reset and wipe any data from your handset before selling it. Almost half of all mobile devices sent to buy back stores still have personal information, photos and / or videos on their hard drives. So protect your privacy and take a look at Huawei's website today - you'll also find plenty of tutorials online (including step-by-step video guides specifically designed for the P30).

How do I sell my Huawei P30?

It's really simple to sell your Huawei P30 in our Buy Back Store. Once you've got your valuation from the calculator above, you'll just need to provide a few bits of personal information and choose a bank account for the cash transfer. After that, you'll receive our Welcome Pack (it'll be posted within 24 hours of completing your order). Using the Freepost Bag provided, simply send your Huawei handset. Note: only pack the phone itself and any charging cables - additional items (cases, covers, etc.) may not be returned.

As soon as your order arrives and is checked by our team, you get paid. Expect the cash value for your device to be transferred to your bank account the same day your order is confirmed!

Can I sell my old Huawei P30 if it's broken?

You can sell your old Huawei P30 to The Big Phone Store - even if it's broken! We accept a wide range of devices with common faults, defects and issues associated with damage. However, your device must at least meet our conditions for a 'broken' handset to qualify for a cash payment.

If you're unsure about whether your device is 'broken' or whether it qualifies for a cash valuation, we suggest placing your order and selecting 'broken' in the valuation calculator. We'll then give your Huawei a fair evaluation when it arrives. If your handset qualifies, you get paid for it the same day - if it doesn't, we'll offer to recycle it for free (see below)!

What if I can't sell my damaged Huawei P30?

Sometimes, a damaged handset cannot be fixed - even by our amazing team! So if your Huawei P30 is broken beyond repair, why not take advantage of our free recycling service and do your bit for the planet at the same time.

At The Big Phone Store, we've been responsibly disposing of mobile phones for over 20 years. Our team is fully committed to sustainability and safe recycling and we operate as a WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Authorised Treatment Facility, as well as being registered with the Environmental Agency.

For more information on how to responsibly recycle broken or damaged mobile phones, take a look at guidance provided by the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive, the Environmental Protection Act (1990) or Hazardous Waste Regulations (2005).