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FAQs for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 256GB

  • How much can I get for my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 256GB?
  • How much can you sell a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 256GB for?
  • How much is a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 256GB worth?

How much can I get for my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 256GB?

If your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is in good condition, then you can expect to get as much as £450 for it. We compare the offers from the leading mobile phone recycling services so all you have to do is pick the best offer.

How much can you sell a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 256GB for?

The main thing that dictates the price you'll be offered for your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is it's condition. If it's in good condition then current value is around £450. If it has heavy wear and tear then you will get around £280 for it. However if it has major physical damage or is water damaged, then you'll only be offered around £50.

How much is a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 256GB worth?

Right now, a brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus costs a hefty £999. You can buy them used for considerably less than that. If you already own one and would like to trade it in or sell it to a company that recycles them, then you could expect to receive around £450.

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