Well JG because u can't comprehend basic math 600-200= 400 and 650-250=well 400 so where is this big resale value at??
If you sold the 32 gig for the same price as the 16 gig then then you deserve to get ripped off. The person that sells the phone makes the price.not the person buying it. Do you go to Walmart and tell them what you are going to pay for an item. and the fact that people do not want to lose their unlimited data in 6 phones from now used phones will be in demand. And by the way how much do the phones cost again
Exactly lol this other guy just don't get it I may need to get another battery.. But if u sell the phone there both the same price in the long runOriginally Posted by Beka27
Last edited by kparks; 06-20-2012 at 02:28 PM.
Ur not going to sell it the same price it will always be roughly 50$ more but u pay that when u get the phone.. What is so hard to understand about this lol if u think really hard maybe u can figure it out.Originally Posted by jgmecarter
He's not saying to sell it at the same price as the 16GB. You can realistically ask $50 more for the 32 GB. BUT... you've already PAID the $50 out of pocket, so you're not reaping a huge financial windfall.
If phone 1 (16) is for sale for $400 in a few months, and phone 2 (32) is for sale for $450 in a few months, do you actually think you can ask $650 for your 32GB? Trust me, it won't sell. You can list it for $2000, but it won't go anywhere.
I never have any problems selling my phones for the price that I want to sell them for. There is always people out there willing to pay for it. If you sell on Ebay then yes I could lose money. But I am not selling on Ebay. I have never had a phone that I did not make money on unless I gave it away.