Your satisfaction is BankMyCell’s top priority, so before you sell your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, check out our list of quotes on your Galaxy Note 10 Plus to ensure that you’re getting the absolute best value for your product trade-in.
Be sure to consider the item's condition, as you’ll get more money for phones in excellent condition. However, working phones will sell, even if they have some damage.
First, take a look at your phone carrier’s established trade-in program and compare it to the instant BankMyCell offer for your phone. You may find that offers from big names like AT&T, Verizon, Spring, and T-Mobile are about 30% less than BankMyCell’s offer.
If your Note 10 Plus is damaged or cracked, you should ask yourself: Does my phone work, and do I think it still has value? If yes, then, of course, you can sell it.
However, don’t settle for the very first offer you get: Compare different price quotes from other companies that buy phones with cracked screens. Our system offers an option to select a 'cracked' condition, and BankMyCell allows for more money for such damaged phones than any other phone buyback program does.
If the phone’s condition is a bit worse than a crack and the touchscreen is no longer working, select “broken” instead. Just know that the best resale quotes are still available to you.
Buyers on BankMyCell make offers for phones in many different conditions, whether they’re brand new or broken. Unlike other trade-in sites, we offer a list of quotes in one convenient space because we want you to get your fair price.
Broken hardware—such as speakers, microphones, or faulty software that causes your phone to crash—falls within the realm of 'tradeable' with BankMyCell, as do phones permanently ruined from water damage.
Depending on your definition of “locked,” a locked, blacklisted, or financed phone could find its place on the BankMyCell market. We don’t accept phones that people have reported as stolen or lost since they still belong to someone else.
As long as payments continue on them, BankMyCell accepts financed phones as well. Even if your phone gets blacklisted and has a passcode or lock on it, some stores may buy it. Check out the “Blacklisted," “Activation Locked,” or “Financed” options within the filter field.
We offer instant quotes from major cellphone carriers like Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. If you’d like to sell used cell phones from lesser-known phone carriers—Cricket, Xfinity, Straight Talk, Tracfone, U.S. Cellular, etc.—select the “Other” option in the filter field and get a list of potential buyers.
No, you don’t have to sell your cell phone. The buyer’s quotes come with an obligation-free guarantee. You don’t have to necessarily ship your phone unless you’re satisfied with the amount offered. If you change your mind and want to cancel the sale, BankMyCell will mail you your phone back, no questions asked.
Your quote will get locked in for 30 days upon initially checking out the website, depending on who the buyer is. If the USPS, UPS, or FedEx tracking number shows that you shipped your cell phone within the store’s specified window of time, we guarantee your offer amount.
After the price-lock period, you can still ship your phone. However, the device is still subject to whatever the price is at the time of the initial evaluation. The earlier, the better—but always feel free to ship your old phone when it’s ready for sale.
You’ll find the price lock timescale under the “Get Paid” button in the table at the top of the page.
To ensure that your Android phone arrives safely at its destination, here are some steps to follow.
1. Back-Up Your Cell Phone
There’s always a chance that your Google account automatically backs up your Android phone, but you can never be too careful. It doesn’t hurt to do it one last time before sending it off to the buyer.
Backing up your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus cell phone is simple. All you have to do is go to Settings > Accounts and Backup > Backup and Restore > Google Account > Back Up Now.
2. Turn Off Factory Reset Protection
Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is a security measure designed to stop someone from wiping and factory resetting your phone if it’s stolen. FRP comes standard with most Android devices and makes stolen phones harder to use, discouraging thieves from taking them.
If you want to sell your Android phone, however, you must disable the factory reset protection. To do this, go to Settings > Accounts/Accounts and Backup > Accounts > find and tap on your Google Account attached to your phone > Remove Account.
3. Factory Reset Your Phone and Remove SIM Cards
In some cases, you may need to return your phone to the condition in which you first purchased it. Activating a factory reset will delete all your photos and data, and your phone reverts back to a blank slate.
Activating your factory reset is easy to do—but be extra sure you’re ready to do this. The first thing you need to do is go to Settings > General Management > Reset > Factory Data Reset > Reset > input your phone’s password and then select Next > Delete All.
It’s a good idea to hold on to your SIM or SD cards so that you can plug them into your new device once you get it. That way, you’ll have all your photos, videos, and other devices to transfer from one phone to another.
4. Charge Your Phone
You may want to charge your phone, which will speed up testing—and thus your payment.
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