Selling you old Huawei cell phone is really simple, using BankMyCell you’ll get paid more money than going direct to your carrier or using store trade-ins. In fact, when you trade-in Huawei phones with us, you can earn up to double what stores near you can offer. In all the price checks we’ve done, we’ve always come out on top!
Start your Huawei trade in experience by finding your device above in the list, then select its storage size, carrier and condition to show an accurate estimate. Pick the store you want to us and complete the sale. You’ll lock the value in for 30 days and get a pre-paid shipping pack to send it in FREE.
It doesn’t matter what carrier your Huawei phone is on, as long as it’s a USA model of the phone it will be accepted by all the buyback stores featured on this site. In terms of carriers, we have custom trade-in prices for Huawei phones on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile. Any other carriers come under one pricing bracket.
Huawei phones that have not been locked to a carrier, this will be classed as UNLCOKED and will get you a much better deal. If your lease is up with the carrier you can normally request they unlock it after 12 months of owning the phone if you want a few extra bucks!
AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, Metro PCS, Boost Mobile and many more.
If you want to sell your Huawei phone for cash online but there are some issues with it, check out some of the common problems below. You’ll quickly see that screen damage or a few software bugs doesn’t mean the device is worthless. Select your device from the list above and pick the ‘Broken’ option on the pricing page to get an accurate quote.
Originating from Shenzhen, China, Huawei is a huge multinational telecoms company that has quickly become one of the top 3 cell phone manufacturers in the world. The company sells hundreds of millions of smartphones a year, mainly fueled by their foothold in China, however, the impressive standard of their newer premium smartphones has begun penetrating sales in different pricing brackets. In 2018, Huawei actually sold more units than Apple, overtaking them and becoming the second largest cell phone maker.