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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.
We know that it's tough to part ways with your device. You and your phone have been on plenty of adventures together, building a relationship to the point where you're pretty much inseparable. We also know that you don't just sell your phone or tablet to any ol' place online, you care about your device and want to feel comfortable with where it ends up.
If you're reading this, you are probably already familiar with our iPad Air 2 giveaway sweepstakes. If you're not, you might have struck gold. (Sorry, lame pun).
[dropcap]W[/dropcap]hen you're thinking about selling your iPhone, it's imperative that you make sure your data is safe before you send it off. With new Apple devices being released every year or so, it's very likely that your old smartphone will carry great value. As is such, that doesn't mean you want to sell your personal information along with it as well. Luckily, if you follow the information below, you'll be able to relax your mind during the process.
You've probably loved using your Samsung Galaxy S4 or S5, but just when you think you're on top of your smartphone game, an ad comes up and slaps you in the face. No! Say it ain't so! Right in front of your eyes is a picture of the shiny the new Samsung Galaxy Alpha, right beside the Galaxy Note 4. Luckily, you know you can sell your old phone to help pay for the new one, yet you still find yourself thinking, "How do I sell my Samsung Galaxy smartphone?"