|Selling your old mobile phone is simple and only takes a few minutes.|
|1. Identify your phone – Search for your phone using the manufacturer or model number (ex: Nokia, HTC, BlackBerry, Motorola, iPhone). Use the picture in the search results to be sure that you’re trading in the right phone. Next, answer a few questions to get the real-time trade-in value for your phone. Then, provide some contact information, and you’re ready to ship.|
|2. Get a quote – Get a quote from us depending on the age and current state of your phone and shipping and packaging options you choose. You have multiple shipping and packaging options:|
| A. At-home Pickup – The devices safely packed in our packaging will be picked up from the comfort of your home free of charge.
B . Get paid – Payments will be processed within 30 days of the receipt of the phone by us. For cities such as Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai pickups are done the very same day and instant payments will also be made to these customers after verifying the device condition real time (coming soon).
| You can get paid for your effort in more than one way!
|Plant a tree- We now pledge to plant a tree for every phone that is recycled through the Plant a Tree service. More trees mean cleaner air to breathe, less carbon dioxide to heat things up and cleaner water for drinking and washing.Need help along the way?
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|Where do the phones go?
With Attero you can give your phone a second life. More and more of the eWaste that is filling our landfills is made up of fully functional phones. Attero makes sure that mobile phones can live out their full functional lives. When you trade in a phone with Attero, we wipe all of your data, polish it up, and put it back out into the hands of someone who really needs a phone. It’s a no waste solution that you can feel good about.
Attero is able to re-purpose all the mobile phones that we receive. Unfortunately, some of those phones cannot be reused and must be recycled. Attero follows the most eco-friendly methods for recycling e-waste.