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Trade in your old HTC phone!

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Sell your HTC with musicMagpie!

Want to sell your HTC phone? It’s easy with musicMagpie: get an instant price for your items, pop them into a box and send them for FREE.

The sophisticated design, power and user-friendliness of devices such as the HTC Wildfire, HTC Desire and HTC One have made HTC one of the most popular manufacturers of Android phones.

Like Samsung and Apple, HTC are constantly releasing bigger and better versions of their signature models, including the much-loved HTC Desire and the critically-acclaimed HTC One. If you want to upgrade, or you want to switch sides and buy an iPhone, sell your HTC One M8 - or any other HTC phone - with musicMagpie.

We offer a great price on all HTC devices, whether you want to sell a HTC Desire HD or sell an HTC One. Just enter your device into our valuation engine for an instant price. 

Once you’ve got your price, pop your HTC (and any other items you’re selling) into a box and send them using one of our convenient FREE send options.
With our Fast Same Day Payments, you'll get paid the same day your items by arrive by bank transfer, PayPal or cheque - the choice is yours. Why wouldn't you? 

The musicMagpie Tech Price Promise

When you sell your phone, we promise that we’ll give you the value we first offered for your HTC phone, or we’ll send it back to you for FREE. 

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What Make and Model of HTC do I have?

musicMagpie accepts all sorts of mobile phones but we need to know the make and model of the phone you’re selling. If you’re unsure about what mobile phone you’re selling then the easiest way to find out is by using the IMEI Number. Just dial *#06# on your phone, this will give you your IMEI number. Alternatively Click here, enter your IMEI and you’ll be given the make and model of your phone.


Note: On some phones you may be able to find the make and model by removing the battery and consulting the label underneath it. On other handsets, the make and model may be displayed on the phone itself.

If you’re having problems identifying the make and model of your phone, please consult the original packaging.