Get Fast Cash for Your Phone!
Looking for an easy, cost-effective way to repurpose an old smartphone or an old tablet? Many people decide to recycle their electronics by using ecoATM. These free-standing kiosks, which are available in various Kroger and Walmart stores throughout 48 states, are great for freeing up space while helping to keep the environment cleaner.
On the other hand, if you’ve ever used an ecoATM, you may have noticed that the compensation is often disappointingly small. The questions on everyone’s minds are, “How much money do you get from ecoATMs?” and “How much does ecoATM pay?” The answer to both questions is, “usually not enough.” This has caused many with old phones or devices to sell to look elsewhere for better, more lucrative alternatives.
To learn how to sell a phone without an ecoATM, you can look to other electronics recyclers like The Whiz Cells. We pay top dollar for your old or outdated cell phones and tablets, while making it as easy as possible for you to get paid fast with our Stupid Fast Payment. Our goal is similar to ecoATM: to eliminate the amount of e-waste by keeping old electronics out of landfills, either by refurbishing the devices or by mining them for parts and precious metals.
What is ecoATM and How Does it Work?
An ecoATM is a place you can recycle old electronics like mobile phones, tablets and other portable devices. What sets it apart from other types of recycling is that ecoATMs offer cash in return for these devices, depending on how much they’re worth. For people who are looking to make a little bit of extra cash while decluttering their collection of unused electronics, this is often the recycling method of choice.
EcoATMs are abundant throughout most of the United States. This method is typically easier than selling your phone on Craigslist or similar sites because it’s both safer and faster. All you need to do is plug your device into the kiosk. The service will then give you an ecoATM estimate based on its make, model and condition.
The issue with recycling at one of these kiosks is that if you’re interested in making the most money back for a smartphone, it may be one of the less lucrative options. The ecoATM average payout is typically much smaller than our payouts at The Whiz Cells. This mean that working with us instead could earn you $100, $200 or more on some devices.
The Whiz Cells vs. ecoATM Price Comparison
If you’re looking for a provider who pays more than an ecoATM for your outdated phone or tablet, The Whiz Cells offers an alternate option. Consider this price comparison:
For your average 64GB iPhone X in excellent condition, most ecoATMs will offer anywhere from $150 to $200, depending on the carrier. This sum is only a tiny fraction of what you paid for the iPhone X when it first came out in 2017, right? If the device still looks great and has all its functions intact, why not try to get as much back for it as you possibly can? Meanwhile, the Whiz Cells will often offer up to $250 for the exact same phone in perfect condition. Our service puts more cash in your pocket to help you pay for the latest upgrade. With our Stupid Fast Payment policy, you’ll usually get that money within 24 hours of us receiving the device!
Other average price comparisons for fairly recent models include:
128 GB iPhone 12 Pro
- ecoATM: Up to $340
- The Whiz Cells: Up to $585
128 GB Galaxy S21 Plus 5G
- ecoATM: Up to $140
- The Whiz Cells: Up to $445
128 GB Google Pixel 5
- ecoATM: Around $130
- The Whiz Cells: Up to $330
What Are the Benefits of Working with The Whiz Cells?
At The Whiz Cells, we know what a hassle it can be to find a trustworthy place to send your old and unused mobile devices. Your phone is a significant investment; for this reason, it carries a variety of sensitive information about your identity and activities. As a result, we work to make sure you’re prepared and informed before accepting it.
Our main goal is to protect the planet by keeping electronics out of landfills while helping you make the most out of every device you own. Whatever type of item you send us, we’ll eventually resell it to other individuals who are looking for discounts on high-quality technology.
The benefit of working with The Whiz Cells is that we’ll allow you to sell a phone for more than you could at an ecoATM or another cell phone “sell” machine. In addition to making high value offers for your unused devices, we’ll even provide free shipping. The Whiz Cells selling process is super-easy. Begin by signing up for your free account at The Whiz Cells. Then, enter the requested information about your phone’s make and model as well as its condition. We’ll provide you with an instant quote. For the fastest service, you can use your own packaging and request a paid shipping label to be sent to your email. We can also send you our packaging and a postage-paid label in the mail.
Sending your phones and tablets to us provides the same security and environmental benefits as an ecoATM while helping you make more money back for your investment. We accept everything from Sony and OnePlus devices to Apple tablets and more. We also buy broken phones or blacklisted phones with bad IMEI/ESNs.
One advantage of using an ecoATM is that if you need to recycle a legacy device, such as a first-generation iPod or a BlackBerry phone from 2009, the kiosk may accept models that we no longer use at The Whiz Cells. Many times, ecoATMs will accept a greater variety of electronics than other recycling organizations or resellers. That said, most old devices have little to no resell value, meaning you’re unlikely to get paid for them.
Contact Us Today to Get More for Your Devices
If you want to make the most for your previous-generation phone after buying the most recent model, The Whiz Cells offers higher cash values than any ecoATM. All it takes is a quick ecoATM price comparison to see the difference in how much you can earn. Have further questions about selling your cell phones for cash? Learn how recycling can benefit both the environment and your pocketbook by reading more about how The Whiz Cells works. If you have further questions, you can contact us directly or find answers to the most common questions on our FAQ page.