Based in Taiwan, HTC (High Tech Computer Corporation) has been making mobile devices since 1998, the dawn of the mobile age. Their earliest devices used the Windows Mobile operating system, with later devices using either Windows or Android. In 2008, HTC released the HTC Dream, the first phone with the Android OS. In the mid-2010s, HTC began to branch out into virtual reality with the HTC Vive and into Google phones with Google.
If your HTC phone is still locked with a carrier, no problem: you can find buyers for cell phones locked to all the major carriers. Unlocked phones will be worth slightly more in trade, but locked works too.
AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, Metro PCS, Boost Mobile and many more.
Ready to trade a used HTC phone? Wondering how much you can get for it? BankMyCell offers a free price comparison service that will give you a value today based on the model and condition. We'll connect you with buyers willing to accept all HTC models, in any condition, as trade-ins. You can even get cash for popular models. If you have a phone that you don't want, you can trade it in today. If you're not sure how much your phone will be worth, ask!
If your phone is broken, don't despair! Many times, buyers will use broken phones for parts. We're happy to accept trade-ins for broken phones, bringing you one step closer to getting that new phone you need. Just select 'Broken' when entering the current condition of your phone and we'll take that into consideration before telling you your phone's value.