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BuyMyBrokeniPod: Sell Old or Broken iPods and iPhones

Aibek Esengulov 01-10-2007

BuyMyTronics (previously BuyMyBrokeniPod) offers a quick way to sell used (and even broken) iPods or iPhones at a competitive price. Regardless of gadgets condition they will take it. Service is simple and straightforward: (1) Enter your gadget’s model and instantly get a price, (2) Ship it to provided address, and (3) Receive funds within 24 hours after it arrives at designated address.



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The price they’re offering on my slightly used (and currently bricked) 8GB iPhone is $213. My last generation 60 GB iPod is worth $63. That’s competitive with eBay prices, without the hassle. And if your iPod is broken, these guys may be one of your only choices.

BuyMyBrokeniPod - Sell Old or Broken iPods

Feature Overview

  • Easily sell any old/broken cell phone, iPod or iPhone (new, used, broken, old, damaged, …).
  • Accepts all iPhone or iPod models (iPhone 4GB/8GB, iPod Classic, iPod Touch, iPod Video, iPod Photo, iPod NANO, etc.)
  • Enter product details and its condition to get an estimated price.
  • Note: You’ll have to ship the unit to provided address in Colorado (US).
  • For more information check out service FAQ page.

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  1. Alexandra
    March 17, 2015 at 10:17 pm

    Can I sell a broken i pod 4 touch that is broken but still works.

  2. angel
    August 4, 2009 at 8:10 pm

    tengo un ipod touch 2g de 8 gygas pero por un accidente (se me cayo) el cristal se rompio y el touch sceen no sirve ahora trae cristal nuevo pero el tocuh sigue sin servir por lo que mejor lo quiero vender en lugar de seguir gastando en esto cuanto podria ganar de el? lo compre en diciembre del 2008

  3. broken ipod
    March 13, 2009 at 6:59 pm

    It's worth adding that if your iPod refuses to go into Disk Mode and you hear a noticeable clicking sound the problem might just be corrosion on the HDD cable and will need cleaned periodically.

  4. Brendan
    September 13, 2008 at 5:50 pm

    are all of these coments bull **** or can i trust this web site

  5. Brett
    November 7, 2007 at 11:18 am is now FYI.

  6. Jeff
    October 12, 2007 at 6:51 pm

    Nice! This is a great website. Now I can sell my old gen iPod and get an iPod Classic!