Sell my Samsung Galaxy A10
Great trade-in deals for your Samsung Galaxy A10!
We want to make selling your Samsung Galaxy A10 quick, easy and hassle-free. We accept all conditions, all networks and all storage options in our Buy Back store. So earn money for your Samsung Galaxy A10 and sell it to us today!
Why sell my Samsung Galaxy A10?
Because with an IPS LCD Display, a 13 Megapixel Rear Camera and a super sleek design, your Samsung Galaxy A10 still holds good trade-in value and continues to be in high demand!
Where can I sell a Samsung Galaxy A10?
You'll find plenty of buy back sites willing to offer cash or store credit for your Samsung Galaxy A10. But remember... we're never beaten on price at The Big Phone Store. Even better, we always pay in cash (as a bank transfer), so there's no limits on when, where and how you spend any money you make!
How much can I sell my old Samsung Galaxy A10 for?
Our trade-in valuations are only affected by three factors - 'network', 'storage' and 'condition'.
With 'network', we highly recommend you first find out whether your Samsung Galaxy A10 is 'locked' or 'unlocked'. As a general rule, devices 'unlocked' from their network provider (BT, Sky Mobile, Three, etc.) often have higher trade-in value. It's simple enough to find out whether your Samsung Galaxy A10 is still 'locked' and it's straightforward enough to get it 'unlocked' too. All you have to do is contact your network provider, who can take you through everything. You'll also find a lot of relevant information on their websites. And don't forget... Samsung are not able to 'unlock' your Galaxy A10 - only network providers can do this.
With internal 'storage', we only accept the Samsung Galaxy A10 32GB - so valuations are pretty stable in this area!
And when it comes to 'condition', we've made things super easy at The Big Phone Store and split our criteria into just four categories: New, Good, Poor and Broken. Here's a few of the main 'condition' points to look out for:
New. In the original, sealed box. Must not be refurbished or reconditioned. Must be the factory original. Must be removed from any account that could limit usage.
Good. Full working order. Only light wear and tear. No damage, scratches, defects, chips, dents, marks or imperfections. LCD screen must have no signs of discolouration, screen burn, or any other imperfections. No dust under the screen or camera. Must have Good Battery Health.
Poor. Full working order. Average wear and tear acceptable. LCD screen must have no signs of discolouration, screen burn, or any other imperfections. Must have Satisfactory Battery Health and not require a service.
Broken. Has faults or is damaged. Must not be bent, crushed or in pieces. Must have no internal missing parts.
You can find further information about our 'condition' criteria above, as well as in our full Terms and Conditions.
Can I sell my broken Samsung Galaxy A10?
You can sell your broken Samsung Galaxy A10 to The Big Phone Store. But unfortunately, not all 'broken' handsets can be traded-in for cash. In the first instance, take a look at our full criteria for 'broken' devices. As long as your Samsung Galaxy A10 meets these conditions (most do), we guarantee the best possible price for it!
Can I recycle my Samsung Galaxy A10?
You can recycle your Samsung Galaxy A10 with us... and it's free! Thousands of unwanted, broken and damaged handsets end up in landfill every year. And because of the metals used to build mobile phones - not to mention the dangerous toxic chemicals emitted by their lithium batteries - they don't decompose easily and can be particularly harmful to the environment.
At The Big Phone Store, we never send devices broken or damaged beyond repair to landfill. We instead dispose of them following strict guidelines set out by the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive, the Environmental Protection Act (1990) and Hazardous Waste Regulations (2005).
How do I wipe personal data from my Samsung Galaxy A10?
When selling your Samsung Galaxy A10, you really should perform a Factory Reset (or Hard Reset) to ensure that any personal data is wiped. Here's our handy guide:
Ensure you have at least 50% battery - if you don't, connect your smartphone to a power source. Then turn off your Samsung Galaxy A10.
Press and hold the 'Volume Up' and 'Power' buttons for a few seconds, releasing them only when the Samsung logo appears on the screen.
Using the 'Volume' buttons to navigate and the 'Power' button to select, find and choose 'Recovery Mode'.
Then find and select 'Wipe cache partition'. This deletes all the cache from your device and should only take a few seconds.
After this, find and select 'Wipe data / Factory reset' and, when prompted, select 'Yes' to confirm. Note: This action cannot be undone. If you have personal data on your Samsung Galaxy A10 that you want to keep, back it up or save to another device before proceeding.
Then find and select 'Reboot system now'. Your device will now reboot and return to its Factory State - this can take several minutes.
And there you have it - your Samsung Galaxy A10 has been reset and all personal data has been permanently wiped!
Is it worth fixing a broken screen before selling my Samsung Galaxy A10?
There's lots to think about when deciding whether to fix a broken screen before selling your Samsung Galaxy A10. You'll need to consider the type and location of any damage, how much the repair bill costs and even whether you're better off trading your phone in as 'broken'.
You could be looking at up to £115 to fix the screen of your Samsung Galaxy A10 (depending on the type and location of any damage). So you need to carefully consider whether it's cheaper to sell your handset as a 'broken' phone or fix the screen first.
You can always use our handy quotation calculator above to work out differences in valuation between 'good', 'poor' and 'broken' devices. And don't forget... If you're ever unsure about any aspect of the trade-in process, just ask one of our friendly team - we're always happy to help!
How do I sell my Samsung Galaxy A10 to The Big Phone Store?
We've designed a trade-in process that gets you paid fast for your Samsung Galaxy A10! Here's how it works:
Place your order. Select the 'condition', 'network', 'storage' and 'quantity' of the handset(s) you want to sell. After this, enter your personal details, choose a designated bank account and in just a few clicks you've placed your order.
Wait for your Welcome Pack. Usually within 24 hours, we'll send a Welcome Pack. It contains a Freepost bag and all the instructions you need to send your new / used device to us. Place the relevant item(s) in the bag and post straight back - you can send up to two handsets in any bag and can always order more bags if you need them.
We check your order. Once we receive your package, we'll send an email telling you it's arrived. We then inspect your Samsung Galaxy A10 and check whether the 'storage', 'condition' and 'network' are as you selected.
You get paid! As soon as the condition is confirmed by our hard-working team, we immediately start processing your payment!
Why sell your Samsung Galaxy A10 to us?
Since 1999, The Big Phone Store has provided its customers with a knowledgeable, helpful service and we are always looking to buy back your old mobile phones for a fair price. For over 20 years, we have worked with some of the biggest companies. We have also shipped millions of orders from our base in the UK to an ever growing, expanding and satisfied customer base.
So if you've been asking 'where can I sell my Samsung Galaxy A10', here's why you should choose us:
We won't be beaten on price!
Our Price Match Promise means we're never beaten on price! We're constantly looking at handset prices to guarantee you the best possible deals in our Buy Back store.
We make selling phones an effortless experience!
We're proud of our hassle-free trade-in process and aim to have the money for any device you want to sell in your chosen bank account after just a few days.
We believe in sustainability and protecting the environment!
Our team has over 50 years of combined experience in the mobile phone recycling sector and we've been recycling phones since 1999.