Auction site eBay has launched its Quick Sale program which is good news for smartphone owners wanting to sell or trade their devices.
Those who are looking to upgrade to iPhone 7, for instance, can make use of the eBay Quick Sale program to sell their current iPhone 6. Or they can auction it themselves for the possibility of getting a better offer.
PCMag said that owners don't have to worry about selling their iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s on auction considering that since Aug. 1, each of the model has sold each minute on eBay with prices ranging between $400 and $600 for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, respectively.
According to news articles, the eBay Quick Sale program makes the transaction as easy as 1, 2 and 3. Apart from the major brands like Samsung, Apple, HTC or Motorola, the program also doesn't exclude smaller products such as DOOGEE, Kyocera and Pantech.
Whereas before when you have to auction your smartphone yourself, there's certainly no guarantee that it can picked up by interested users (particularly when you have a no-name brand), now you just have to answer a few questions and the eBay Quick Sale will list down the possible price point according to the brand of the phone, specs, color and condition.
When you send your smartphone through the Valet service, you get the offer from one week to 10 days after eBay has received the device.
The good news about the eBay Quick Sale is that you don't have to pay a service fee to the company.