Read Flipsy.com’s T-Mobile trade-in program review to find out if T-Mobile is the best option for selling your used phone
Want to know if T-Mobile has a good trade-in program? Let’s find out!
Is the T-Mobile trade-in program a good deal?
The following chart compares how much T-Mobile will pay for some popular phones versus trade-in offers found on Flipsy.com (as of 5/26/2017).
|iPhone 6s Plus T-Mobile (16GB Gray)||$192 credit||$270 cash|
|iPhone 6 Sprint (16GB Gray)||$104 credit||$176 cash|
|Galaxy S6 Edge Plus AT&T (32GB Black)||$108 credit||$230 cash|
|Galaxy S6 Verizon (32GB Black)||$79 credit||$156 cash|
|Phone not listed? Find your exact phone on the T-Mobile trade-in page, then compare it to offers on Flipsy.com|
As the table shows, T-Mobile is not the highest-paying option; in fact, T-Mobile pays an average of 54% less than Flipsy vendors for the models we compared.
T-Mobile also only pays in store credit, applied to your bill within three billing cycles. That means your payout must be spent with T-Mobile, while Flipsy vendors offer cash payment options that can be spent anywhere.
How the T-Mobile trade-in program works
Start by visiting the T-Mobile trade-in page, then:
- Browse for your phone and select it
- T-Mobile will present you with an offer; accept it, and they’ll generate a free, printable prepaid shipping label
- Send your phone to T-Mobile; once they receive it and confirm its condition, credit will be applied to your account within three billing cycles
With lower, delayed payments limited to store credit, T-Mobile does not have the best trade-in deal. If you want more money, in cash, and fast, it pays to check Flipsy first.