Where to sell Asus Pad Fone?
Asus established its name on the electronics market as a producer of laptops. Famous and renowned their laptops regularly find their way onto the best laptop lists, whether it is a list of best laptops for watching films, or best laptops for gaming, Asus is always up there with the very best. But Asus has also produced popular smartphones, including the Asus PadFone. It interesting to note that the company has also produced a similar device with a similar name –Asus Fonepad which is a tablet with phone capabilities. If you have a PadFone and you don’t know what to do with it anymore, we will teach you how to sell Asus Pad Fone, get rid of a device you are no longer using and even get a few bucks for it, without any hassle.
The history of the Asus PadFone
Let’s start with a bit of history. Asus decided to enter the smartphone market with a specific and unique product and it released the Asus PadFone as a smartphone which was upgraded with a companion tablet dock as well as an additional keyboard. One of the key goals was to offer better functionality. Asus was looking to address one of the main problems of smartphones back then – battery life.
The first PadFone was released in 2012, in April. Asus also released a mini version a year and a half later. The original PadFone had 8GB of storage and an 8MP rear camera, paired with a 2MP front selfie camera. This might not seem like a powerful camera nowadays, but back in 2012 it was state-of-the-art. The phone had a 1170mAh battery, supplemented by a 2100mAh battery on the tablet dock. The Fone operated on Android, originally the 4.3 Jellybean OS.
It is interesting to note that the successor to the Asus PadFone, was released during the same year, in 2012, in October. It had a 4.7” screen with HD resolution (1280 by 720). Within a year from the release of the original Asus PadFone, the third version was released. In April 2013, Asus launched the PadFone Infinity and this version came with an even larger – 5” screen with Super HD display and this was superior technology back then. In June 2014, Asus launched the next and last version of the PadFone – the PadFone X, which was known as PadFone S outside of North America.
The PadFone was a promising device and its performances weren’t bad at all, but its story ended somewhat prematurely, only two years after the release of the original Asus PadFone. Be that as it may, the PadFone is now history and if you discovered your old device lying in a drawer somewhere, you are probably wondering what to do with it. Even though we’re talking about a smartphone that’s seven or eight years old, it is possible to Sell Asus Pad Fone and get up to $34. Let’s go through the process and explain how that can be done. It is quite simple and easy.
Sell your old Asus PadFone 2 for up to $34
First of all, let us tell you a bit about Gizmogo, the company that is willing to buy your old Asus PadFone 2. The PadFone 2 is the only Asus smartphone that can be sold at Gizmogo, but we can recycle other Asus PadFone models and help you get rid of them free of charge. We also buy other Asus smartphones including many ZenFone versions, such as ZenFone 3 and ZenFone V.
You can get up to $34 for your old PadFone 2. Once you move your cursor over the PadFone 2 image and click the ‘sell now’ button, you will just need to give us few bits of information before we give you the initial offer.
Namely, you will need to select the phone’s capacity and, more importantly its condition. The Asus PadFone comes with three options in terms of capacity – 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. The capacity doesn’t have a lot of impact on the price that we’re going to offer. The phone condition has, and we would pay the maximum amount of $34 if the phone’s condition is brand new. If it’s like new it would still be valued above $30. Even if the phone’s condition is in the bottom tier – good or damaged, you can get a few bucks. That’s right, even if the phone is damaged you can get a couple of bucks, as long as the screen fully lights up and it powers on.
Get your money within 24 hours
Okay, we give you a price based on the information you give us and then it’s up to you to decide if you’re satisfied with the price and would like to sell us your PadFone. Don’t worry, you won’t need to pay a dime to post it, we will send you a labelled packaged that you can use to send us the PadFone 2 free of charge. We will also need to confirm the IMEI number to ensure that it is an original phone, we only buy original phones.
Once we receive the phone, we will examine it, check whether its condition matches the information that you gave us and then confirm or amend the offer. If we confirm the offer, you will get your money within 24 hours. If we amend the quote and offer you less than what we initially did, you can choose not to proceed with the deal and get your phone back.
Gizmogo is the only company that offers this option, there are no tricks with us, the price has to be accepted by you and we will not try to trick you into selling a device at a lower price, at a price that you don’t agree with. When it comes to payments, you can choose your preferred payment method and get your money via that option. Some prefer PayPal, others would like to get their funds via bank transfer. Checks and Amazon gift cards are the other available options.
In the end, a few words about Gizmogo and what we do. We buy old phones, but in addition to phones, we also buy a range of other electronic devices such as tablets, smartwatches, speakers, drones and whatnot.
Frequently Asked Questions
I don't see my device on your list; how can I place my order?
If your device is not listed, place your order as an Unknown Device. Please review our list of accepted electronics to ensure your device falls into one of the classifications. Following our fee-free shipping, we will evaluate your device and send you a quote. If you choose not to sell, your device will be returned to you free of charge!
Do you accept old and damaged devices?
Yes! We accept a vast amount of different electronic devices regardless of condition. To find out how much your damaged device is worth, locate your device on our website, select your model, and indicate the condition to receive an instant quote. If it has any value, we will compensate you accordingly. Otherwise, we would recycle it responsibly for you
You evaluated my device, and the payment amount differs from the quote I received when I first placed my order; what happened?
There are a few reasons why the quoted payment can change following our evaluation:
- You did not accurately select the condition of the device (most common).
- The device has defects that are not indicated on your order.
- You chose the wrong device or device model when completing your order.
Our customer service team is happy to answer any additional questions about changes to your quote
My device has had a case and screen protector since I originally purchased it, and you're trying to tell me it has screen scratches. Can you explain?
Our grading standard is different from what people usually would think. Our professional technicians base their evaluation on the quality of factors such as the
- USB Charging Port
It is common for people to believe their phone is ‘like new,’ only to have a slightly different definition of the term compared to the industry standards.
My laptop isn't on your list; how can I determine its worth?
If you don’t see your device on our list, email us at email@example.com for your free quote. Include the device brand, model, and serial number in your message. We will have our technician deliver an estimate within 24 hours.
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