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It's so easy to sell Samsung Galaxy S phones with Decluttr

Please select the Samsung Galaxy S you want to sell.

Selling Samsung Galaxy S cell phones with Decluttr is fast and easy!

The value of your Samsung Galaxy S series device will depend on its storage capacity, if it’s locked to a carrier and its condition. Our three conditions are ‘Good’, ‘Poor’ and ‘Faulty’.

Selling old phones with Decluttr couldn't be easier. To get an instant price for your Samsung trade in, use our super-easy online valuation engine and we'll lock in your price for 28 days. Remember, you can sell any unwanted CDs, DVDs, Games and Tech at the same time too.

Once you’ve entered all your items and completed your order, pack everything in a secure box. Then, ship the box to us for FREE!

When your items arrive with us, we’ll check them, remove any data safely and we'll pay you by direct deposit or PayPal when your items are processed (this is usually the day after they arrive).

For more information about the selling process, check our how it works page.

If you’re selling a broken Samsung Galaxy S series, we only accept cosmetically damaged and water damaged devices. Make sure to categorize it as ‘Faulty’. For more information, head over to our broken phones page.

We are rated Excellent on Trustpilot and trusted by millions of happy customers! Plus, it’s totally free to use and a fast way to make extra cash.

Cell Phone recycling also helps reduce e-waste and saves valuable materials too. 

Our Decluttr Price Promise guarantees we’ll pay the first price we offer for your Samsung Galaxy S series cell phone or we’ll return it for FREE.

Sell your Samsung Galaxy with Decluttr today!

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What Make and Model of Samsung Galaxy do I have?

One way to find out the model and make of the phone you're selling is to use the IMEI number. Dial *#06# on your phone to get your IMEI number and enter it here to find out which make and model you're selling.

You may be able to find the make and model of your phone by checking the label under the battery, looking at the phone itself or checking the original packaging.