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    I have recently gotten engaged, and me and my fiance are in the process of moving in. She told me I have to "clean up" and get rid of some things (she's right, lol). I have these old cell phones and I wondered if there might be people who collect them. I have thought about selling them on Ebay, but I doubt I would get anything.

    If anyone has ideas, please let me know.

    These are the phones:
    Audiovox PPC-6600 / PPC-6601 / XV6600 (HTC Harrier) Specs, Features (Phone Scoop)
    Samsung SCH-i600 / SP-i600 Specs, Features (Phone Scoop)
    UTStarcom PPC-6700 / XV-6700 / HTC Apache Specs, Features (Phone Scoop)
    Motorola Q Specs, Features (Phone Scoop)
    Motorola Q Specs, Features (Phone Scoop)
    Current Phone: HTC Trophy

    Device: Zune 120

    Previous Phones:
    Audiovox Thera 2032, Samsung SCH-i600, UTStarcom XV-6700, HTC XV6800, Motorola Qm, Kin TwoM, Samsung Omnia II
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnC View Post
    I have recently gotten engaged, and me and my fiance are in the process of moving in. She told me I have to "clean up" and get rid of some things (she's right, lol). I have these old cell phones and I wondered if there might be people who collect them. I have thought about selling them on Ebay, but I doubt I would get anything.

    If anyone has ideas, please let me know.

    These are the phones:
    Audiovox PPC-6600 / PPC-6601 / XV6600 (HTC Harrier) Specs, Features (Phone Scoop)
    Samsung SCH-i600 / SP-i600 Specs, Features (Phone Scoop)
    UTStarcom PPC-6700 / XV-6700 / HTC Apache Specs, Features (Phone Scoop)
    Motorola Q Specs, Features (Phone Scoop)
    Motorola Q Specs, Features (Phone Scoop)
    sell all of them. then get a Wp8 phone. ;-). because I can see you got a HTC trophy :)
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    Well if you want to help the troops you could do this.......

    Recycle Cell Phones to Benefit Our Military
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    Budule hit the nail on the head. There are plenty of charitable organizations that distribute devices to people that are down on their luck, just out of rehab/jail, etc or military personnel that need a way to stay in touch. There's no excuse to hoard old devices!

    Congrats on the engagement BTW!
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    You can sell them, trade in, or make it as one your collections.

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    you can sell old cell phones to the second-hand mobile phones shops,allowing them to recycle, use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arieleem21 View Post
    You can sell them, trade in, or make it as one your collections.
    Yes,this is the best choice I think, sell all of them as the second hand products in ebay or some trade forum...
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    I think the 6700 on Verizon is one that did not require a data plan, so it might be a selling feature on ebay....
    XV6700(Apache)>XV6800->HTC Touch Pro 2(XV6875) ->HTC Trophy ->VZW HTC 8X ->Nokia Lumia 928 -> Nokia Lumia ICON (929)

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    I would trade them in when getting a new phone. Maybe it's more complicated in carrier controlled markets like the US, but here in Europe it's becoming more common with businesses that sell both new and old phones, and they usually offer a little more for trade-ins than they do when you simply sell to them.

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