Sell my Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Sell your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for a great price today!
Looking for hassle-free trade-in and fast payment for a Samsung Galaxy Note 9? Well at The Big Phone Store, we want all your unwanted handsets. And we'll pay a great price for them too!
How our Buy Back store works
You might have questions about our buy back process. Here's some of the most frequently asked:
Why sell my smartphone?
How much is my Samsung Galaxy Note 9 worth?
How do I sell my handset to The Big Phone Store?
Is my phone worth more if I sell it with a case, cover and / or screen protector?
Can I sell my broken Samsung Galaxy Note 9?
Should I repair a broken screen before trading-in my phone?
Why should I recycle devices damaged beyond repair?
First up, why sell a Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Well for starters, here's three great reasons:
They're in high demand!
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a popular handset that's wanted by many buy back stores. This means you won't be short of offers for it. But remember... At The Big Phone Store, our Price Match Promise means we're never beaten on price. Even better, we only pay in cash (as a bank transfer), so spend the money you make whenever, wherever and however you like!
Get rid of your phone clutter!
It's estimated that nearly half of us have at least five unwanted handsets rattling around in drawers, cupboards and boxes. So sell the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 you don't really need and make a decisive step towards phone-clutter freedom today!
Protect the environment!
Mobile phones are undoubtedly a great addition to our lives. But if disposed of irresponsibly, they often emit harmful toxins and chemicals into the environment. At The Big Phone Store, we have over 50 years of combined experience in mobile phone recycling sector, so trust us to dispose of any parts or devices beyond repair in the most responsible, sustainable way possible.
How much can I sell my Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for?
The answer is just a few clicks away! Simply use our handy valuation calculator above and get an instant quotation for any handset(s) you want to sell.
Valuations are usually dependent on three things - 'network', 'storage' and 'condition'. But you can maximise any cash return for your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 by considering the following:
If you haven't already, it's a good idea to 'unlock' your smartphone. Devices 'unlocked' from their network provider (BT, Three, Tesco Mobile, etc.) tend to have a higher resale value, so we highly recommend you look into this before selling. Just contact your provider or visit their website for more details.
Higher internal 'storage' usually means a higher trade-in valuation. We accept the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 128GB and 512GB.
With 'condition', take a look at our criteria above. They've been split into just four categories: New, Good, Poor and Broken. But if you need more information, see our full Terms and Conditions or ask one of our team!
The trade-in process
We've kept things nice and simple at The Big Phone Store. Here's how our hassle-free trade-in process works:
Place your order. Get a instant valuation by selecting the 'condition', 'network', 'storage' and 'quantity' of the handset(s) you want to sell. Then choose a bank account for the cash transfer, fill in a few important personal details and send your order through.
Send your smartphone. Usually within 24 hours of your order, we'll send a Welcome Pack - it contains everything you need to send your device to us (including a Freepost Bag).
We check your order. As soon as your package arrives, we'll send an email. We then check that the 'condition', 'network' and 'storage' are as you selected.
You get paid! Once everything's confirmed, we immediately process your payment!
Do cases, covers and / or screen protectors make a difference?
In terms of the cash value of your order, there's no gain in sending your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with a case, cover and / or screen protector. If you post these items with your handset, we'll dispose of them in the most environmentally friendly way possible.
But don't forget... Because you've used a case, cover and / or screen protector, your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is probably in better condition. And that means a higher cash value!
Broken / damaged devices
If you're wondering 'can I sell my water damaged Samsung Galaxy Note 9', the answer might well be yes! At The Big Phone Store, we accept a range of damaged / 'broken' handsets - but note that not every handset can be traded-in for cash. To check if yours qualifies, take a look at our criteria for 'broken' devices. As long as your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 meets these conditions (many do), you can be sure you're getting the best possible price for it!
Broken / damaged screen?
We think it's always useful to weigh-up your options when it comes to screen repairs. Sometimes, you can better off fixing a screen before selling a device. But quite often, you'll actually find you make more money by trading in your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 as a 'broken' phone.
As a rough guide, screen repairs could cost up to £239. With this in mind, use the valuation calculator above to work out the differences in valuation between 'good', 'poor' and 'broken' devices. Then ask yourself: am I better off trading in a 'broken' handset or should I get repair work done first?
The recycling revolution!
We want you to become part of our mobile phone recycling revolution! Although a growing number of unwanted handsets are sent to be recycled, too many still end up in landfill. And with 250 million devices being upgraded each year worldwide, that leaves a lot of old smartphones needing to be disposed of.
At The Big Phone Store, we always aim to repair broken or damaged devices in the first instance. But if we can't, we promise to dispose of them according to guidance set out by the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive, the Environmental Protection Act (1990) and Hazardous Waste Regulations (2005).
So if your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is broken or damaged beyond repair, recycle it with us for free! If we can't be good for your pocket, we'll always be good for the planet.
Any other questions?
We hope many of your questions have already been answered. But don't worry if you still have something you want to ask! You can message us directly on Facebook, use the chat function on our website or call 0800 888 6497. We'll always be happy to help!