Sell my Huawei P30 Pro 256GB & compare prices

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About Huawei P30 Pro 256GB - prices, trade-in, reviews

Often referred to as the smartphone with 4 cameras, the Huawei P30 Pro 128GB certainly has an unprecedented ability to take photos. A successor to the P20 Pro which was the phone that introduced the triple camera setup to smartphones, the idea of the P30 Pro is to further improve the photography experience.


The Huawei P30 Pro 128GB is one of Huawei's two flagship models. The innards of the P30 Pro and the Mate 20 Pro are almost identical, as they are both powered by the Kirin 980 mobile processor, which is a solid rival to the Snapdragon 855 chipset used more widely in Android phones.




Have a Huawei P30 Pro 128GB to Sell?


If you're thinking of upgrading your smartphone and you have a Huawei P30 Pro, then you've come to the right place if you want to get the best price for it. We compare the offers from all of the UK's leading smartphone refurbishers and dismantlers so you can see who will pay you more. Simply pick the deal that's best for you, and away you go.


My P30 Pro is damaged, can I still sell it?


We take phones in any condition, but you must remember that damaged phones will receive lower offers. It's for this reason that it's important to be accurate when you describe the state of the phone. Getting it right first time will mean that the amount you're offered for the phone will accurately tie in with the amount that we quote.


How to sell your P30 Pro 256GB with SellCompare:

Selling your P30 Pro 256GB is easy and is possible in 3 steps. Within a few days (or less) you will have received your payout and the money will be in your bank. Why leave old gadgets to rot in your drawer when you can easily get cash for them today?

To sell your P30 Pro 256GB for cash right now, follow these easy steps:

  1. Compare prices - The table above will check and compare gadget prices today on your P30 Pro 256GB. We are unbiased and show as many prices as possible.
  2. Send and wait - Once you've chosen the recycler you want to use, then the next step is to send it off to them using the secure, free* postage method.
  3. Cash the cheque - After a few days you will receive your payout, either by cheque or PayPal or bank transfer. Cash it in and enjoy.

How much can you sell a P30 Pro 256GB for?

Mobile Cash Mate, musicMagpie and several other recyclers will pay you £300.00 for your used P30 Pro 256GB.

Screen scratched? No battery? No problem! Most, if not all, of the websites we compare will buy a device regardless of its condition. If you aren't sure on the 'grading' of your P30 Pro 256GB then take the 30 second questionnaire above for an accurate price based on your specific handset.

Can I sell my faulty/damaged P30 Pro 256GB for cash?

Yes! If you want to grade your device yourself then, according to our internal research, most people will need to select Working condition if they have previously used a screen protector. If you did not use a screen protector and the screen has some hairline / small scratches then SellCompare suggests Minor damage condition. Always check on the recyclers website that your condition matches the reality when trading in your P30 Pro 256GB - this is very important, as every recycler has different grading policies.

How many P30 Pro 256GBs can I sell in total?

As many as you would like; to get in touch with SellCompare directly for business/bulk enquiries contact us here.

How easy is it to sell my device to these recyclers?

It is a very simple process, once you have decided which Recycler you're going to use, all you need to do is add your P30 Pro 256GB to the basket on their website and complete their checkout process to place a return request. Note that you deal directly with the recycling company when selling your P30 Pro 256GB, SellCompare simply compares prices from several leading trade-in companies. If you are concerned about accuracy of the prices quoted - then don't be! SellCompare compares over 500 prices 6 times a day for the best accuracy possible. If you spot a pricing error please contact the development team via the form here, if confirmed SellCompare will provide you with a fre Β£25 Amazon.co.uk gift certificate.

What websites actually buy used P30 Pro 256GBs for cash?

Recycling websites like Mobile Cash Mate, Giffgaff Recycle, O2 Recycle, EE Recycle, musicMagpie and many more! In fact SellCompare compares over 30 of these websites, who offer online trade-ins for P30 Pro 256GB depending on its condition.

If you aren't sure on your device's condition then take the 30 second questionnaire. You can get up to £300.00 online if you recycle it right now. The highest-quoting company usually has a large demand for these secondhand/used, damaged or even faulty P30 Pro 256GB handsets, but be warned: prices do not stick around forever, and can update several times in the same 24 hour period! So if you are considering trading in your device, in all likelihood the price will only go lower from the one you see right now.

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