i want to sell my phone but i don't know how much i should sell it

@hotsummer (10309)
June 20, 2012 11:22pm CST
there are so many cheap phones now even dual sim but locally made. but mine is not dual sim but nokia brand. it is colored screen and old school. so i don't know if i can sell it in nice price. with lots of cheap phones now. my phone is nokia 3110c. so maybe i can't sell it for more than $25. maybe i can sell it only for about $15. because i want to buy a new one a dual sim worth $25.
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6 responses
@zills66 (1421)
• Saudi Arabia
21 Jun 12
try asking some of your friends or school mates because there is no shop that would want to buy that kind of cell phone. you were right that is obsolete already....
• United States
21 Jun 12
That's not exactly true. Phones do sell very well on online stores like E bay and Craigslist. I have sold many old phones, if she looks up the price that the typically sell for used she can get a good idea of what to ask.
@syoti20 (5296)
• Philippines
24 Jun 12
Try to sell it to the maximum you can possible give. Since your main target is to have a dual sim phone. Its rare nowadays that people want to buy second hand cellphone. So grab the first person who will show interest.
• India
21 Jun 12
If you need to get paid more for your phone, Just go to different shops and ask them about the money which can paid for your phone. This will help you to get different rates from different shops and sell your phone to the shopkeeper who pay you the most. This is the some of the trick which I used to implement in my life while I sell my phones or other items.
@laydee (12815)
• Philippines
21 Jun 12
phone for sale - It's difficult to sell old phone models, even if they're in good shape still. But it's better to try than to just let them sit there collecting dust!

GENERAL	2G Network	GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network	HSDPA 900 / 1900 / 2100
Announced	2009, January
Status	Available. Released 2009, May
BODY	Dimensions	109.8 x 45 x 11.2 mm, 46.5 cc
Weight	116.5 g
DISPLAY	Type	TFT, 16M colors
Size	240 x 320 pixels, 2.2 inches (~182 ppi pixel density)
SOUND	Alert types	Vibration; Downloadable polyphonic, MP3 ringtones
Loudspeaker	Yes
3.5mm jack	No
MEMORY	Card slot	microSD, up to 16GB, 1GB card included
Phonebook	2000 entries, Photocall
Call records	20 dialed, 20 received, 20 missed calls
Internal	170 MB
DATA	GPRS	Class 32
EDGE	Class 32
Speed	HSDPA, 10 Mbps; HSUPA, 2 Mbps
Bluetooth	Yes, v2.1 with A2DP
USB	Yes, microUSB v2.0
CAMERA	Primary	5 MP, 2592x1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, check quality
Video	Yes, VGA@15fps
Secondary	No
FEATURES	Sensors	Accelerometer
Messaging	SMS, MMS, Email, IM
Browser	WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, Adobe Flash Lite
Radio	Stereo FM radio with RDS
Games	3 + Downloadable
GPS	Yes, with A-GPS support; Nokia Maps
Java	Yes, MIDP 2.1
Colors	Gold, White Gold, Illuvial, Silver metallic, Matte metallic, Black metallic
 	- MP4/H.263 player
- MP3/WAV/eAAC+/WMA player
- Organizer
- Voice command/dial
- Predictive text input
BATTERY	 	Standard battery, Li-Ion 970 mAh (BL-6Q)
Stand-by	Up to 300 h (2G) / Up to 300 h (3G)
Talk time	Up to 5 h (2G) / Up to 4 h (3G)
Music play	Up to 20 h
MISC	SAR US	 0.79 W/kg (head) 0.87 W/kg (body) 
SAR EU	 0.41 W/kg (head) 
Price group	
TESTS	Loudspeaker	Voice 75dB / Noise 66dB / Ring 75dB
Camera	Photo
Phones these days are really relatively cheap. I've been trying to sell my phones since they're service provider freebie phones and I don't need them since I got a good phone. I was able to sell my Samsung touch screen for around $70.00 but it was my aunt who bought it. My Nokia 6120i, I gave to my dad. Now I'm trying to sell my other Nokia (I don't know the unit number but it's found in the photo. I think you can just try selling it at $25. I'm pretty sure that they'd try to bargain, and if you find a buyer then that's good. But as far as I know, dual-sim phones are not that expensive too. Have a great MyLot experience ahead!
• United States
21 Jun 12
Take it to te store and see if you can trade it for the one you really want.
• United States
21 Jun 12
Twenty five is exactly what I have my old cell phone listed for on Craigslist. It's a model about two years old, Samsung. Look up the exact model online and see what they go for used on places like E bid, Craigslist and other sites. I'm selling mine without the card, I had too many problems with my other phone still being under contract and needing a PIN even though I cancelled it.