Why use CompareMyMobile.com to sell your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G?
Here at CompareMyMobile we work with carefully chosen recyclers to get you the best price for your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G.
What’s more, each recycler ensures that every device they receive is either reconditioned and sold safely and securely, or properly recycled, with nothing going to landfill.
You get paid quickly and the environment wins too.
Why should I recycle my Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G?
Recycling your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G is a no brainer.
By using one of our chosen recyclers you’ll stop your old phone from going to landfill, where some of the materials used to make mobile phones can cause environmental damage.
It’s also a great way to ensure any old parts are used to fix other phones, making your device part of a planet saving circular economy.
And, of course, you’ll get paid promptly, either by PayPal, bank transfer or cheque.
Can I sell my Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G with a cracked screen?
Yes, you can sell your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G with a cracked screen.
When searching for deals, choose the ‘broken’ button and tell us about the condition of the device. Just remember that a phone with a cracked screen won’t attract as high a price as one in good condition.
How to prepare my Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G to sell
To get your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G into the best condition to sell, you’ll need to ensure that all security functions are turned off, so that your chosen recycler can turn the device on and check that it works.
That means switching off any pass codes in the settings app and turning off face recognition tech.
It’s also a good idea to take all of your data off your phone too, just in case.
Do I need to wipe my Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G before selling?
Wiping your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G isn’t essential, but we would advise that you do so.
In the unlikely event that your phone were to be lost, then the last thing you want is someone accessing your personal information.
The process of wiping the phone is easy. First, ensure it’s all backed up, then head into Settings and tap General Management, then Reset. From there you can choose Factory Data Reset to wipe your phone.
As the S22 Ultra 5G is an Android phone, your data should all be stored on Google’s remote servers, meaning when you log in on a new phone you can access all your photos, contacts and other apps.
What will happen to my Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G?
Your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G will either be checked over, reconditioned and sold or, if it’s in poor condition, taken apart carefully and its components used to recycle other phones.
Either way, you can rest assured that our partners will take good care of it and give it a new lease of life.
More Samsung devices
You can recycle a wide range of Samsung devices with CompareMyMobile. That includes the mid range Galaxy A52 5G, 2021’s foldable Galaxy Z Fold3 and the Galaxy S21. Check out our Samsung page for more.
How much is my Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G worth?
You can currently sell your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G for between £540 and £644 if it’s in working condition.
New models that haven’t been opened and remain sealed attract as much as £695, while broken models will get you about £100.
Can I sell a broken Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G?
Yes, you can sell a broken Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G. Just use the tab on the sales page to tell us that your phone is broken.
Recyclers may ask for more information before you send it off.
Can I sell a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G with water damage?
It’s harder to sell a water damaged Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G, because often that means the device won’t switch on.
In this case, you may get a nominal fee, although sending it off does at least mean your phone will be safely disposed of rather than going to landfill.
How long does it take to get paid after I sell my Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G?
You’ll be paid within days of selling your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G, either by PayPal, bank transfer or cheque.
Wait to receive your dedicated sales package, wipe your phone, send it in and you’ll have your money in short order. Just remember to be honest about its condition in order to prevent delays.