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Where to sell Nokia phones in the Rapid Recycle trade-in system?

In the 1990s, the Nokia brand became the leader in the production of Nokia phones and decided to move only in this direction. The first call in the world was made by then Finnish Prime Minister in 1991. He practiced Nokia equipment. At the beginning of 2017, new smartphones under the Nokia brand appeared on the market. Both journalists and ordinary users showed interest in new products, because once truly legendary devices were produced under the Nokia brand. However, the collapse of the Nokia company began in the middle of 2000s. Then the Nokia company had to withdraw 46 million defective batteries. They were produced between 2005 and the end of 2006 and raised in many Nokia phones. This meant that the recall affected a large number of devices around the world.

Three years later, without getting on their feet, the Nokia company laid off most of its employees. Desperate to emerge from the ongoing crisis and the inability to compete in the market, Nokia company announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft to make the latest Windows Phone its main mobile operating system. The first result of the partnership between Nokia and Microsoft was smartphones called the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710, which were presented at the end of 2011. Many people today have old Nokia phones. In most cases, they just lie on the shelf at home and fall into dust. What to do in this case? We recommend that you contact our Rapid Recycle trade-in service and take advantage of the Nokia trade-in offer. Nokia trade-in is a very advantageous offer that allows you to exchange your old Nokia phone for a new one, paying only the difference in price.


Sell Nokia phones: peculiarities and characteristics.

Indeed, in everyone's life there comes a moment when you need to buy a new phone. And this is normal. Old Nokia phone is usually given to children/parents/wife, and someone sells it. In this process, not only the one who buys a smartphone is at risk, as he can run into deception. The seller is also at risk, because he does not just give his old Nokia phone away, removing all unnecessary from it, but gives the buyer a smartphone, which may contain personal data or something else important. To avoid this, you need to do everything right. Today we will try to figure it out with step-by-step instructions that will allow you to avoid unnecessary problems, do everything quickly and finally buy a new phone. First of all, you have to learn the main principle of selling Nokia phones in our Rapid Recycle trade-in service. There should be nothing superfluous (and personal) in it. If you don't reset your Nokia phone before selling it, then you can not only give a potential attacker your photos, including very personal ones, but also share something much more significant.

For example, access to accounts, bank card details and various passwords. Don't forget about copying your contacts. The phone has a section with accounts. It can be found in the settings. It is best to unlink all accounts one at a time before the final reset. It will be safer this way. Just go to each and click "Exit" or "Unlink". Another useful step is data encryption. Even if you delete everything from your smartphone, most of it can be restored using special software. To make this impossible, go to the settings in the "Security" section, find encryption there and enable it. This can be done in advanceit will not be superfluous. A full reset can now be performed. To do this, go to the settings, find the "System" section. In it, select "Reset" or "Reset settings". Next, select the item where "Reset to factory settings" is written in brackets and click. It remains only a few times to agree that everything will be erased. A full reset can now be performed. To do this, go to the settings, find the "System" section. In it, select "Reset" or "Reset settings". Here are all the steps before selling Nokia phones.