Sell my Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
Unbeatable trade-in for your Samsung S6 Edge!
At The Big Phone Store, we guarantee you the best price for your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge! We accept every condition, every network and every storage option. So take a look in our Buy Back store and get paid fast for your handset today.
Can I sell my Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge?
Your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is in high demand! Because of this, you'll find any number of buy back sites willing to give you cash or store credit for it. But here at The Big Phone Store, we guarantee you the best possible price. Even better, because we always pay in cash, you can use none, some or all of your old device's value against the cost of any new smartphone. Take a look in our online store at the wide selection of Samsung Galaxy handsets we have on offer today.
What price can I get for my Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge?
We offer unbeatable prices in our Buy Back store for your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. But we're also passionate about protecting the planet and promise to recycle any unusable devices or parts in complete accordance with the WEEE Directive, the Environmental Protection Act (1990) and Hazardous Waste Regulation (2005).
How much can I sell my Galaxy S6 Edge for?
Unlike other buy back sites, we keep things simple at The Big Phone Store and only ever look at the 'network', 'storage' and 'condition' of your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge when determining its value.
Let's start with 'network'. All you need to ask is whether your smartphone is 'locked' or 'unlocked'. 'Locked' means it's connected to a particular network provider (EE, Vodafone, Virgin Mobile, etc.) and 'unlocked' means it's free to connect to a network of the new owner's choosing. If you want to sell your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, we recommend it's 'unlocked', as this usually increases any trade-in value. 'Unlocking' your device is straightforward enough to do - simply contact your network provider and they'll take you through everything.
When it comes to 'storage', we accept the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. Basically, the higher the 'storage', the more money you make!
Lastly, there's 'condition'. We think that other buy back sites over-complicate the issue of 'condition' and how it affects valuation. But at The Big Phone Store, we've made it super simple, splitting our 'condition' criteria into just four categories: New, Good, Poor and Broken.
Full 'condition' terms are available below and here's some of the main things we look for when determining the 'condition' of your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge:
New. In the original, sealed box. Must not be refurbished or reconditioned. Must be the factory original.
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, missing pixels or any other imperfections. Must have Good Battery Health.
Poor. Full working order. Average wear and tear acceptable. LCD screen must have no signs of discolouration, screen burn, missing pixels 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.
Can I sell broken Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge?
Absolutely! We accept ALL Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge handsets at The Big Phone Store, even if not all handsets hold monetary value. To get started, take a close look at our criteria for 'broken' devices. As long as your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge at least meets these conditions (most do), we always guarantee to give you a fair price for it!
And even if your handset is broken or damaged beyond repair, you can still recycle it with us at no cost. We promise to dispose of every unusable part or handset in the safest, most sustainable way possible.
How much does it cost to fix a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge screen?
Depending on the type and location of any damage, it costs anything up to £150 to fix the screen of your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
We recommend you weigh up your options carefully if you break your screen. For example, how much could you make for your 'broken' device in its current state? Is it cheaper to fix the screen before selling your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge? You can always use our handy quotation feature above to work out exactly what your handset is worth.
And don't forget... If you're ever unsure, just ask one of our friendly team!
How do I sell my Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge to The Big Phone Store?
We've come up with a 4-step process, designed to get your unwanted smartphone to us quickly and - more importantly - you paid fast! 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 your order is placed.
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 device to us. Place the relevant item(s) in the bag and post straight back - you can post up to 2 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 S6 Edge 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 start processing the payment to your chosen bank account!
Why sell my Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge to The Big Phone Store?
When it comes to selling your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, here's why you should choose The Big Phone Store:
We make selling phones an effortless experience! We're really proud of our hassle free trade-in process. We aim to have the money for any device(s) 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.