Sell your broken and damaged mobile devices through the Swappa Boneyard
Swappa, one of our favorite destinations for buying and selling smartphones, has opened up a brand new section. Called Boneyard, it’s a place for you to help get rid of your broken and damaged mobile goods.
Got a water damaged device, old feature phone or something with a cracked display? Instead of tossing it in the garbage you may want to consider listing it in the Boneyard. If it’s legal and related to mobile devices, it’s likely on Swappa now.
The same rule applies here as with smartphones; nothing lost or stolen is allowed. Other than that, you can get rid of stuff like mobile hotspots, prepaid phones, and other salvageable things. Just a heads up, Swappa doesn’t review and approve the listing in the same manner as smartphones.
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