Sell your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge here at Sell2Recycle and you'll get an amazing price, as well as peace of mind knowing that you've done your bit for the planet.

Sell my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

If you're looking to sell your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, then Sell2Recycle is the best place for you. We work with dozens of recyclers to ensure you get a great price for your old phone and that it is reused, refurbished or recycled to the highest standards.

How do I sell my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge?

It couldn't be easier to use Sell2Recycle to sell your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Here's how:

  1. Compare offers
    Take a look at the table above for current offers on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Tell us how much storage your phone has, then let us know whether it's locked or unlocked and if it's broken. We'll then show you the best prices
  2. Send your device in
    Pick the offer you like the look of, then click it to go straight to the recycler and enter your details. Then they'll send you a postage pack or mail instructions for your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
  3. Get paid
    Your chosen recycler will check your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge over so they can see it's in the condition they're expecting. After that, they'll send your money using your preferred payment method - bank transfer, cheque or PayPal

Can I sell my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge if it's damaged?

Absolutely. There's no problem selling a damaged Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with a cracked screen or scratched and dented frame. All you need to do is hit the 'broken' button on the filter so recyclers can see that it's not in perfect condition. You'll then see prices that reflect that.

Remember you'll get slightly less for a broken Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, but that it can still be used for its parts or reconditioned and sold on for reuse.

In some cases, however, phones are too damaged to be sold. See our guide to selling a broken phone for more.

How much can I sell my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge for?

See the table above for the most up-to-date offers from mobile recyclers on your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

You'll be able to get more money for a model in better condition with higher storage, and unlocked phones tend to sell for more too.

When is the best time to trade in my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge?

It's a smart idea to trade in your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge before Samsung's annual Samsung launch event, held in September. That way you'll attract a higher price and not get caught out when the market is flooded with lots of old devices as consumers clamour for the latest version of Samsung's smartphone.

How long does it take to get paid?

Once you send off your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge to your recycler, you should be paid within a week via PayPal, bank transfer and cheque. Most will pay you within one to two days of receipt.

Why should I trade in my phone with Sell2Recycle?

Trading in your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with Sell2Recycle is great for loads of reasons. Yes, you'll get a great price and money in your pocket. But you'll also ensure that none of the toxic materials that are used to make smartphones end up in landfill. Your old phone will either be sold on as it is, reconditioned or carefully recycled. That way, we all win.

What other Samsung can I sell?

At Sell2Recycle, virtually all old Samsung can be traded in. That includes the , and older handsets such as the . All Samsung

Frequently asked questions

Can I sell my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge if it's water damaged?

Yes, you can sell a water damaged Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. It pays to know that some recyclers will not take it as water damage renders most phones completely unusable. Check directly to be sure.

Can I sell my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge if it's broken?

Yes, broken Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge models can be sold. Cracked screens or damaged exteriors don't matter, as these can be fixed by experts.

What happens to my handset once it's been traded in?

If your Samsung is in good condition it may be sold on for reuse. If it's badly damaged, its components may end up being used to refurbish other Samsung, while any parts that can't be used will be disposed of safely, so that nothing ends up going to landfill.