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After months of rumors and ambiguous images , the wait is finally over. The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge had their specs released at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on March 1. Although the general public won't be able to get their hands on them until April, there's still plenty of details and features to analyze from what has been released to us. We're looking forward to seeing if these phones can compete with the already successful iPhone 6. So, lets cut through the fluff and see what makes the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge an upgrade from the smartphone you're already using.
In order to send your mobile device to ePelican.com, you must deactivate your smartphone from your wireless service provider. Simply contact them to inquire about deactivating your service. Typically you'll have to inform your carrier that you wish to cancel your service and pay any outstanding charges you may have. When we inspect a device, we will make sure that the ESN associated with it has been deactivated before issuing your payment.
Depending on which carrier you have, unlocking your phone can be done it different ways, it's relatively simple and always free. Unlocking your phone increases the trade-in value of your device, allowing the phone to be used on any network. So if you're contract is up, you've paid any outstanding balance, and you're ready to sell your phone to ePelican.com, it's beneficial to unlock your phone to get more money for your device. Thanks to the recently passed Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act, we can be free to unlock our phones without consequence!
If you've never had a water damaged phone, you're probably not familiar with the deep heartbreak of watching your Samsung Galaxy swimming in water. Consider yourself lucky, because trust me, it's not pleasant.
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]here are a few steps you want to accomplish before you sell you Android device online. The possibility that your whole life is on your phone is pretty high these days as most people can't go two seconds without their phone without feeling like they lost a child. Facebook log in, text messages, and maybe even a zesty photo or two are just some of the reasons to take action before selling your Android device. You also want to squeeze the last drop of value out of your device.