Sell my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite
Sell your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite in our Buy Back Store!
If you want unbeatable valuations and a hassle-free trade-in that pays fast when you sell your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite, you're definitely in the right place!
You're just a few clicks away from selling your smartphone. So use our Buy Back Store and earn cash for your unwanted handset today!
Why our Buy Back Store is the one for you
At The Big Phone Store, we're always looking to give you a fair price for your mobile phone. Since 1999, we've provided our customers with a helpful, knowledgeable service and aim to pay out quickly for your old device!
Below, we answer some of the most frequently asked questions about our buy back process. These include:
How much is my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite worth?
How do I sell my old Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite to The Big Phone Store?
How much is my broken / damaged Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite worth?
Should I replace a broken screen before selling my handset?
Can I recycle a device that's broken or damaged beyond repair?
How much can I sell my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite for?
At The Big Phone Store, that depends on just three things - 'network', 'condition' and 'storage'. Our handy valuation calculator (above) is designed to give you an instant valuation, but we break down each element for you below:
With 'condition', we've made things super straightforward and split our criteria into just four categories: New, Good, Poor and Broken. You'll find comprehensive details above and there's additional information in our full Terms and Conditions.
Please note: there's no added cash value for sending us a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite with a case, cover and / or screen protector. But remember... your handset will likely be in better condition if you've used these items, meaning a higher trade-in valuation anyway! If you send a case, cover and / or screen protector with your smartphone, it'll be disposed of in the most responsible way possible.
When it comes to 'network', we recommend that you contact your network provider (BT, Sky Mobile, Three, etc.) and find out whether your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite is 'locked' or 'unlocked'. 'Unlocked' devices tend to have a higher cash value, so it's definitely something we think you should look into if you want to sell. You'll also find plenty of information on network providers' websites - they'll quickly tell you what needs to be done if you're looking to 'unlock' your device.
'Storage' is nice and simple. We only accept the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite 128G!
The trade-in process
Looking for a fast, efficient way to sell my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite? That's exactly what you get at The Big Phone Store! Here's how it works:
Place your order. In just a few clicks, find out how much your phone is worth, choose a designated bank account for the cash transfer and fill out a few important personal details.
Send us your phone. Usually within 24 hours of your order, we'll send a Welcome Pack. Inside, you'll find everything you need to send us your device - including a Freepost Bag and packing instructions.
We check over your order. We'll send an email when your order arrives, before inspecting the device and checking whether the 'network', 'storage' and 'condition' are as you indicated.
You get paid! As soon as everything's confirmed, we process your payment immediately!
Can I sell my broken Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite?
You can! But we cannot guarantee that every broken / damaged Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite sent to us can be traded-in for cash. The best thing to do is look at our criteria for 'broken' devices above. If your smartphone meets these conditions (many do), we promise you'll get the best possible price for it at The Big Phone Store!
If you're wondering 'can I sell my damaged Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite', you need to carefully weigh up whether it's worth paying for screen repairs or whether you're actually better off trading in your handset as 'broken'.
When you consider that it could cost up to £209 to fix the screen, use our handy valuation calculator (above) to work out the differences between 'good', 'poor' and 'broken' before deciding whether to commit to repairs before selling.
Join our Recycling Revolution!
We want to protect the environment as much as you do. So if your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite is broken or damaged beyond repair, you can recycle it with us for free!
Every year, thousands of unwanted mobile phones are sent to landfill - where their metal frames and lithium batteries emit harmful chemicals and toxins into our environment. At The Big Phone Store, we're very proud of our knowledge, expertise and understanding of the mobile phone recycling sector and have been responsibly disposing of handsets for over two decades.
We never send electrical parts to landfill and always follow guidance set out by the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive, the Environmental Protection Act (1990) and Hazardous Waste Regulations (2005). If we can't be good for your pocket, we'll always be good for the planet!
Got a question?
We hope we've answered any questions you might have about our Buy Back Store.
But if anything's still unclear, just ask one of our friendly team. You can use our online chat function (see the icon in the bottom right corner), message us directly on Facebook or call 0800 888 6497. We're always happy to help!