How much is my Blackberry Key2 LE worth?
How much you can sell your Blackberry KEY2 LE for will depend on how long you’ve had it and how you’ve treated it. The closer the phone is to mint condition, the better the Blackberry KEY2 LE trade-in price you can get for it.
The features of the phone will also influence its value. For instance, if the phone is unlocked and has ample memory space, the higher its value will be. Find the best quotes now by using our cellphone trade-in site to compare offers from select online buyback stores.
Where is the best place to sell a Blackberry Key2 LE?
We compare prices from online trade-in stores that offer better deals than typical network carriers, buyback retail shops and ATM kiosks.
Aside from offering the best Blackberry KEY2 LE trade-in value, these stores also reduce the cost of selling your Blackberry KEY2 LE online by offering free shipping and returns. They also format your phone for free to ensure your sensitive information isn’t passed on to the next owner.
All these features (and more) make our platform the best place to find a buyer for your Blackberry KEY2 LE. Start comparing prices now!
How to sell your broken Blackberry Key2 LE for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling Blackberry Key2 LE with a broken screen
It can be difficult to sell your old Blackberry KEY2 LE online at the best price if it has a broken case or cracked screen. But with us, you can get attractive offers from buyers that pay great value for Blackberry KEY2 LE phones with cracked screens or bodies. Simply select the ‘Cracked’ option in our price table to find the buyers with the best offers for your phone.
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Blackberry Key2 LE
Buyers pay the least for a Blackberry KEY2 LE that’s water damaged or has faulty hardware or software. But you can still sell a broken Blackberry KEY2 LE and get a good price by filtering our price table with the ‘Faulty’ option. This will show you buyers that are willing to offer a good deal in spite of your phone’s faults.
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports