Want to sell your iPhone 4? Better move quickly

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We’re just a few hours from the big announcement of the next iPhone or iPhones and I know many of you out there are going to buy it, no matter how big or small of an improvement it is over the previous models. Well, if you’re rocking an iPhone 4, your best bet is to have already sold it but let’s take a look at what you can get right this minute.

One of my favorite gadget-selling sites is Gazelle and a 32 GB model on Verizon will get you $238 at this moment. The same model on AT&T will net you $284 and I’m guessing you get more because it’s much easier for AT&T users to just pop a SIM in it, even if its a microSIM.

NextWorth was guaranteeing up to $250 for an iPhone 4 until the day before the new announcement but you can still get that full amount if you have an AT&T 32 GB model in good condition. The Verizon versions won’t get you as much, as a white 32 GB model is only netting about $172 at the time of this posting.

Over on old favorites like Craigslist, I’m seeing iPhone 4 devices listed for as much as $400 in “mint condition” – yeah, good luck with that one. The general range seems to be between $200 and $400 but those are the asking prices, so your mileage may vary.

Apple iPhone 4 sellers willing to put up with a few hassles may want to go to eBay, as recent listings show a potentially high price. The Verizon version is being listed for a buy-it-now price of $355 and the AT&T model is going for more. If you happen to have an unlocked version or want to unlock your AT&T device, that could probably be your best bet.

We’ll update this post after the official announcement and see how much an iPhone 4 is going for now that next year’s model is available.

  • Anonymous

    Now that the iPhone 4S has a better antenna, I’m kissing my iPhone 4’s
    death grip goodbye. I checked out the offers for an iPhone 4 32G Verizon in
    mint condition and here’s what I got: $268 (Cash for iPhones), $204 (Gazelle)
    and $250 (Totem).  Will definitely sell
    mine to the actual top bidder. So excited to see how Siri will blow my mind!

  • Atik6649

    nice article

  • Hannacunningham22

    Cash for iPhones is offering me $294 for my iPhone 4 16GB AT&T but
    I’m thinking if I should sell it on eBay and put up with the waiting. Pre-order
    starts already and I’m hoping for quicker cash. I wonder which option is faster
    in terms of getting rid of my old iPhone?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Blake-Tony/100003453596174 Blake Tony

    Iphone 4S 64GB …$535,
    Iphone 4S 32GB …$475,
    Iphone 4S 16GB …$450,
    Iphone 4G/HD 32GB .$400,
    Iphone 4G/HD 16GB .$350,

    Ipad 2 3G WI-FI 64GB …$600,
    Ipad 2 3G WI-FI 32GB …$550,

    Samsung Galaxy S 2 ….$330,
    Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000  …$390,

    For details contact through skype or icq..,

    skype :blaketonystore,
    icq: 617476257

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Blake-Tony/100003453596174 Blake Tony

    Iphone 4S 64GB …$535,
    Iphone 4S 32GB …$475,
    Iphone 4S 16GB …$450,
    Iphone 4G/HD 32GB .$400,
    Iphone 4G/HD 16GB .$350,

    Ipad 2 3G WI-FI 64GB …$600,
    Ipad 2 3G WI-FI 32GB …$550,

    Samsung Galaxy S 2 ….$330,
    Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000  …$390,

    For details contact through skype or icq..,

    skype :blaketonystore,
    icq: 617476257

  • http://www.ios-data-eraser.com/ Rasual Walt

    WARNING: iPhone “Restore” does not delete personal data! – From CNET

    So before selling your old iPhone you must erase everything on it first. View my profile for some helps.

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