Buying an AT&T iPhone 4 with a two-year contract may seem at some point a wise move to make, but as new smartphones are released on the market, the need to upgrade to a more performance version emerges. That’s why you may become interested in selling your AT&T iPhone 4. The only problem is that if the contract is still valid in order to terminate it you will have to cover the $325 early termination fee that any AT&T contract regarding the iPhone 4 specifies. However, considering that for each month you use the iPhone $10 are deducted from your early termination fee, by selling the iPhone you will be able to cover the remaining early termination fee and in the same time purchase another smartphone, possibly from another carrier. There are even individuals that have found it exciting to sell their AT&T iPhone 4, cover the remaining early termination fee and then use the money left to purchase an iPhone 4 on Verizon.
If you want to sell your AT&T iPhone 4 in exchange for a good price you should first of all consider jailbreaking or unlocking it. People tend to pay more for smartphones that aren’t affected by restrictions. Also healthy for the sale price is an iPhone in excellent condition. If the exterior lacks serious scratches and looks almost new, you will definitely be able to get a better price. After you remove restrictions and make sure looks are acceptable, what’s left to do in order to make the device ready for sale is wipe the data it stores.
The selling part is not complicated at all to manage. You should first of all consider posting an ad on eBay. Before establishing an asking price, you shouldn’t only consider the prices of similar used devices, but also balance the fees that you will have to pay. After you find a potential eBay buyer, you should still stay alert in order to avoid getting tricked. You should first of all ship the device only to a buyer with a confirmed PayPal address. In addition, you should use a fast shipping service that you must mention even in the ad you post. About the ad I advise you to make it attractive by using keywords and attaching to it photos.
However, you shouldn’t limit your selling options to eBay. You should also consider Craigslist that’s similar to eBay and Gazelle, a service that gives you the chance to turn electronics into cash. You will simply have to send your iPhone and wait for Gazelle to send you a certain amount of money based on the device’s condition. It’s an option that involves fewer risks than eBay.
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