Here’s some very good reasons why you should trade with Decluttr and not your carrier’s buyback program:
- We’ll pay you more for your AT&T iPhone X. In fact, we pay up to 33% more than carriers!
- We’ll lock in your valuation for 28 days - giving you time to upgrade and ship your AT&T iPhone X!
- You don’t have to stick to AT&T when you trade in. Get the cash for your AT&T iPhone X cell phone instead!
- Thanks to our Fast Next Day Payments, we’ll pay you the day after your cell phone has arrived via direct deposit or PayPal
- You’ll only receive credit to pay an outstanding bill or credit for another AT&T phone. We’ll give you cash instead so you can upgrade right away!
- We’ve paid hundreds of millions to our happy customers and we’re BBB accredited!
- Our Price Promise guarantees we’ll pay the first price we offer, or we’ll return your AT&T iPhone X absolutely FREE!
If you want to sell an AT&T phone or sell an AT&T iPhone, or if you have other phones to sell, choose Decluttr!
Selling your AT&T iPhone X with Decluttr couldn’t be easier:
- Get a FREE instant valuation for your AT&T iPhone X by telling us the capacity and condition of your device. Make sure you select AT&T as your carrier!
- Pack your phone into a box, attach your shipping label and ship it for FREE.
- We’ll pay the day after it arrives by PayPal or direct deposit!
You can also sell an AT&T iPhone XS Max, AT&T iPhone XS or AT&T iPhone XR today.
Before trading your AT&T iPhone X cell phone, you should remove your iCloud account. Follow these easy steps to remove your iCloud account:
- Sign out of iCloud before deleting content and settings to make sure nothing is lost
- Delete all content and settings
- Remove your SIM card
- Unpair devices such as an Apple Watch, or anything else connected to your iPhone X.
Yes! We’ll accept broken AT&T iPhone X cell phones as long as it’s still fully functioning. No matter the cosmetic damage, trade in your broken AT&T iPhone X and get cash for it!
If you’re selling a broken AT&T iPhone X, make sure to select the ‘Faulty’ condition.
For more information, check out our broken phones page.