Nokia started off as a paper mill in the last 1800s. It then became involved in the cable sector, the rubber-making sector, and the paper-producing sector before finally becoming one of the most recognizable names in telecommunications. Nokia has been making phones nearly since the telephone was first invented. Today, their focus is on low-cost smartphones, and on making an impact on how phone affect people’s lives and communications. Most Nokia devices run on Android operating systems, or on Nokia’s own operating system, Nokia Asha.
No matter which carrier you use, we want your phone! Unlocked phones typically get a higher trade-in rate, but phones locked to a single carrier can still earn a high amount as well. The carriers listed below are the most widely accepted. If your phone doesn’t work on any of these carriers, please select the 'other' option.
AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, Metro PCS, Boost Mobile and many more.
Are you ready to sell your Nokia phone? Great! BankMyCell's partnered trade-in stores will accept the most popular phones in the Nokia line. Our trade-in service allows you to sell back nearly any type of Nokia phone, no matter how old or new it is. To find out how much your phone is worth, check out our price comparison tool.
Broken or like new, it doesn’t matter. Our Nokia trade-in program doesn’t just sell products to people who want working phones: we have a large customer base that looks for broken phones as well. As expected, the more damaged a phone is, the lower amount you will get for it, but you will get a high price for the phone either way. If you are selling a broken phone, select ‘Broken’ in the ‘Condition’ category to check the sell-back price. It is as simple as that!