06-08-2010 06:32:52 AM
What websites have reputable, fast programs for selling my iphone 3gs. Because I'm not eligible until 3/18/2011 for the 199/299 pricing I want to sell my 3gs to get at least half the cost of an iphone 4 at 400 bucks.
Anyone have experience with Gazelle, Nextworth, Flipswap, Celling Post???
I know eBay and craigslist are there...
06-08-2010 08:11:51 AM
Try Ebay. I posted my 3Gs yesterday around 4PM EST and aroung 4:30pm EST it sold for my buy it now price. I started the bid at $275.00 and it sold for the buy it now price of $375.00. Keep in mind that Ebay gets a small posting fee. The average fee is around $4.50. Then they take 9% of your sale. Good luck. If it is great condition it should sell.
06-08-2010 10:45:26 AM
See if you know someone who wants to buy an iPhone but isn't up for an upgrade. I'm selling my 3G to a friend who's daughter wants an iPhone but isn't eligible for an upgrade.
06-09-2010 08:50:14 PM
Not an AT&T subscriber, but after seeing this post, decided to register just to leave this comment. I gotta agree with shizfu on this one. Cellingpost is 100% legit and honest and they'll GLADLY answer any questions you may have, usually that same day. I sell all my Apple goods and other electronics through them and only them, and will continue to do so, as I don't want to deal with the hassle of eBay auctions or Craigslist ads. Like their site says, "As easy as 1. 2. 3." I highly recommend them!
Here's the link again: