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I need a new phone - CEX sells the Moto G9 at a price I can afford, should I trade in my G6 for it?  

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  1. 1. I need a new phone - CEX sells the Moto G9, I currently have a SIM free G6, should I take the SIM out and trade it in for a G9?

    • Yes
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    • No
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    • Depends on the price, how much would you get for the G6 trade in?
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Topic.

 

See the Poll.

 

I'm also considering a Samsung 20 but they're a LOT more expensive even pre owned from CEX, nice camera though :D 

 

 

 

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The G9 seems an OK phone. The reviews are pretty good 👍

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I would try and sell privately first.

 

As an alternate have a look at OnePlus phones reknown for good specs to £.

I have had the 1,2,3 and now 5T.

 

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1 minute ago, butlers said:

I would try and sell privately first.

 

As an alternate have a look at OnePlus phones reknown for good specs to £.

I have had the 1,2,3 and now 5T.

 

I'd consider putting the phone on eBay but it's like 3 generations older than current, so it's at least 5 years out of date, and everyone wants the very latest tech.

 

I'll have a look at OnePlus otherwise I'm going to CEX on the High St tomorrow.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Mr Allen said:

I'd consider putting the phone on eBay but it's like 3 generations older than current, so it's at least 5 years out of date, and everyone wants the very latest tech.

 

I'll have a look at OnePlus otherwise I'm going to CEX on the High St tomorrow.

 

 

Not everyone wants the latest tech. Infact most can't afford the latest tech so you may get a better price than you think if you do as butlers suggests. 

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Think OnePlus are up to 9T now.

My 5T still flies.

Never felt the need to swap phones every year

They have gone from being a very niche  Techy phone to being one of the biggest company's.

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, The_DADDY said:

Not everyone wants the latest tech. Infact most can't afford the latest tech so you may get a better price than you think if you do as butlers suggests. 

So I found the OnePlus UK website via a quick Google, how do they do the trade ins?

 

Edited by Mr Allen

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In the times I have been in CEX  the " buy at" price has been pitiable.

Crazy to sell to them.

Granted you can see the model in front of you but again I bet you could get a replacement cheaper on Gumtree/eBay.

 

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1 minute ago, Mr Allen said:

So I found the OnePlus UK website via a quick Google, how do they do the trade ins?

 

I think you meant to quote butlers matey 👍

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OnePlus only do trade ins on their own models.

It's just a brand worth looking at when you have £ to spend.

It used to be you could only buy them by an invite system.

They now partner with EE in the UK.

 

 

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Just now, butlers said:

OnePlus only do trade ins on their own models.

It's just a brand worth looking at when you have £ to spend.

It used to be you could only buy them by an invite system.

They now partner with EE in the UK.

 

 

I'm on a SIM Only contract with Three, which runs out in about  5 months.

 

 

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Only ever had Sim Free phones myself and use Giffgaff.

 

Screens enormous on that G9 ,they are going for about £140 on eBay.

Granted there's 3 very different versions with meat £110 between them

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