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Sell My Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo | Get Paid More Now!

Sell my Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo

If you're looking for unbeatable buy back valuations and hassle-free trade-in, you're in the right place!

At The Big Phone Store, we accept any condition, network and storage option when it comes to buying back your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo. We're also rightly proud of our expertise in the mobile phone recycling sector and promise to dispose of any devices and parts damaged beyond repair in the most environmentally friendly way possible.

So earn money and sell us your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo today!

Where can I sell my Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo?

The Galaxy S5 Neo might be one of Samsung's older handsets - but that doesn't mean it isn't still a super little smartphone. Simplicity becomes its strength, while its affordability makes for either the perfect first phone or a great second / 'work' device.

Because of this, there's plenty of buy back sites (both on the High Street and online) willing to offer cash or store credit for it. But don't forget... At The Big Phone Store, we're never beaten on price! Even better, we only ever pay in cash (as a bank transfer), so spend any money you make whenever, wherever and however you like!

How much is my Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo worth?

This only ever depends on 'network', 'storage' and 'condition' at The Big Phone Store.

In terms of 'network', we recommend you first check whether your handset is 'locked' or 'unlocked', as smartphones 'unlocked' from their network provider (BT, EE, Sky Mobile, etc.) usually have higher trade-in value. It's really easy to find out whether your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo is 'locked' and just as straightforward to 'unlock' it! All you need to do is contact your network provider, who'll provide the necessary instructions. You'll also find plenty of information about 'locked' devices and how to 'unlock' them on their websites.

When it comes to 'storage', everything's nice and simple. The Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo has only ever been released with 16GB of internal 'storage', so valuation is stable in this area!

And with 'condition', we've made things really straightforward at The Big Phone Store, splitting our criteria into just four categories: New, Good, Poor and Broken. You can find comprehensive details for each category above and there's further information in our full Terms and Conditions.

Can I make more money if I send my Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo with a case, cover or screen protector?

Yes and no! We don't offer any additional cash if you send your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo with a screen protector, case or cover. If you do, we'll dispose of these additional items in the most sustainable, responsible way possible.

But if you've been using a cover and / or screen protector, it's highly likely that your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo will be in better condition because of it - and therefore more valuable!

We always recommend you buy cases and / or screen protectors to guard against accidental drops, bumps and scrapes. But also because they better secure the resale value of any device. We stock a wide range of great cases, covers and screen protectors (including all your favourite brands) at The Big Phone Store, so visit our online store today!

Can I sell my broken Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo?

You can sell your broken Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo to us, but be aware that not every 'broken' handset can be sold for cash. The best thing to do is check our full criteria for 'broken' devices above. As long as your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo meets these conditions (most do), we guarantee the best possible price for it!

And even if it's broken or damaged beyond repair, why not recycle your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo with us and do your bit for the planet. It's completely free and you can be safe in the knowledge that your old device will be disposed of responsibly, sustainably and in complete accordance with 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 the data from my Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo?

Before you sell your old Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo, you should ideally perform a Factory Reset. This just means returning your device to its 'factory condition' and wiping any personal data. Here's our handy guide:

Before proceeding, make sure you have at least 50% battery - if not, connect your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo to a power source. A Factory Reset also cannot be undone and you'll permanently lose any data. Always ensure personal data you want to keep is either backed up or transferred to another device.

  1. Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo.

  2. Press and hold the 'Volume Up''Home' and 'Power' buttons at the same time. Only release them when the Samsung Logo appears on the screen.

  3. Using the 'Volume' buttons to navigate the menu and the 'Power' button to select, find and choose 'Wipe data / Factory reset'.

  4. When prompted, select 'Yes - delete all user data' to confirm.

  5. After this, select 'Reboot system now'. The reboot should take several minutes. Your device should then restart in its 'factory state'.


Should I replace a broken screen before selling my Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo?

Given the age of your phone and any potential resale value, it's probably not worth replacing a broken screen before selling your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo. It's highly likely that you'll actually be better off trading it in as a 'broken' phone.

You can always use our handy quotation calculator above to help work out the differences in valuation between 'good', 'poor' and 'broken' devices. And remember... 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 easy is it to sell my Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo to The Big Phone Store?

We know you love hassle-free trade-in for your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo, so we've come up with a quick and easy process that gets you paid fast! Here's how it works:

  1. 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 place your order.

  2. 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.

  3. 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 S5 Neo and check whether the 'storage', 'condition' and 'network' are as you selected.

  4. You get paid! As soon as the condition is confirmed, our hard-working team start processing the payment!


Why sell your Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo 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 here's why you should choose us:

We won't be beaten on price!
We're constantly looking at handset prices to guarantee the best possible deals in our Buy Back store.

We make selling phones an effortless experience!
We're rightly 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.