It's important to get your phone’s model correct prior to selling it to avoid any surprises.
We suggest you reference Blackberry’s very own how to find the model number and OS version on a Blackberry smartphone to assist you in finding your model information.
It really depends. If you're an experienced seller on eBay or Craigslist, you will likely get the highest value for your Blackberry Phone on those platforms. However, they do require more effort from the seller, charge fees, and come with risk of fraud that novice sellers may not know how to protect themselves from.
If you share some of these concerns, we recommend using a trade-in site such as ItsWorthMore. Trade in websites leverage their volume discounts and industry know-how to provide a smooth streamlined experience; for a slightly lower payout.
Another alternative is to trade in your phone directly with your carrier or with Blackberry. These typically offer lowest payouts and often come in the form of a gift card or credit towards a newer device. Carriers tend to run promotions at times as well, usually if you switch carriers. Under the right circumstances, they can result in a very high return for your device.
Some older Blackberry phones, especially non-functional ones, do not have much of a resale value and you can choose to recycle them. Recycling in an environmentally friendly manner helps keep toxic pollutants, such as lead, out of the environment. Keeping us all healthier and happier!
The best time to sell your Blackberry phone is usually now. Trade in prices rarely trend up and when they do, it's a smaller dollar amount.
If you're looking to get the latest Blackberry phone right when it's released, the best time to trade in or lock in an offer would be right before the announcement.
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