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    Motorola Moto G7 trade-in value guide

    How much is my Motorola Moto G7 worth?

    If you’re looking to sell your Motorola Moto G7, it pays to shop around. Your Motorola Moto G7 trade-in price will vary depending on its age, condition, storage capacity, and the network carrier to which it’s locked. Preferred network carriers are Verizon and AT&T, and while other networks are acceptable, they might fetch a lower buyback price.

    Typical signs of use also are acceptable but also will net a lower price than a mint-condition or new device. Most buyers are willing to pay more for devices with higher storage capacity, too.


    Where is the best place to sell a Motorola Moto G7?

    You'll get the best price by selling your Motorola Moto G7 online. You’ll typically get better deals than you will from carriers, stores, and ATM trade-in kiosks. In some cases, the price you can get online can be as much as 50 percent more! BankMyCell is a price-comparison website that lets you skip the research and gets you the best Motorola Moto G7 trade-in value.

    Our trusted buyers have hundreds of excellent reviews and offer free shipping and returns. Use the filters at the top of the page to enter the condition and network carrier of your phone and get your best deals instantly.

    How to sell your broken Motorola Moto G7 for cash

    Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page

    Cracked: Selling Motorola Moto G7 with a broken screen

    Surprisingly, our buyers even offer amazing deals for phones with cracked or shattered screens or dented casing. It’s best to declare this upfront, though, to avoid your quote getting reconsidered after you mail in your phone. By selecting the 'cracked' filter on our page, you can view a list of interested buyers.

    • Cracked screen or fully broken screen
    • Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
    Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Motorola Moto G7

    A device with damaged buttons, software issues, a broken touchscreen, or damaged ports will make you a lot less than one in mint condition, but it will still get you something. Avoid the trash and make some cash by choosing to sell your broken Motorola Moto G7. Select the 'faulty' tab to view a list of buyers.

    • Does not power on or has software issues
    • Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports

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