Amazon.com is a household name that springs to many consumer's minds when they think about shopping online. Formed in 1994, the company was founded by Jeff Bezos and began its operations as an online bookstore. Amazon soon expanded into other areas and after selling DVD's, Blu-Rays, CD's, software and video games (to name a few), it now sells pretty much anything you need! They even have their own television service (Fire TV) and, although they are perhaps not known for their mobile phones, they released the 'Amazon Fire' in 2014.
The very first smartphone release from the e-commerce giant, the Amazon Fire received mixed reviews. Many customers found it hard to compare with its more popular iPhone and Samsung Galaxy competitors. Not everyone who purchased the Fire liked it, and perhaps considered alternatives - wondering how they could trade it for another device.
If this sounds familiar, you've come to the right place! OnRecycle are experts at helping customers to sell their unwanted devices for a fantastic price - enabling them to spend the money finding the right phone for them, or simply to receive a fair price for the device they have. We have teamed up with a wide selection of online recyclers, all keen to get their hands on your Amazon Fire! If you are interested in receiving a quotation to help you in your decision making, it is vital that you read on!
OnRecycle's service places the user at the heart of its operation, by providing customers with a platform on which to sell their phone. There are no strings attached, no commission payments taken, we simply link you with a party who wants to pay you money for your Amazon Fire. Throughout the process, we do not ask for any of your personal details, we simply want to know about the device, so that we can get you an accurate quotation. The process couldn't be simpler!
Simply key the name of your device in the search bar at the top of the screen, and the relevant search results will appear in front of you. In order to ensure that you select the right one, you will also notice an image that appears next to the model name. Click on the unit that resembles your Amazon Fire, and you will be transferred to the next screen.
During this part of the process, we need to know the phone's condition, the version (in terms of memory size) and the network that it is locked with (if any). Taking the time to complete this section gives us the information that we need, to find a list of suitable buyers. No sooner have you entered this information, when a selection of recyclers appears on the right-hand side. The top recommended recyclers appear first, with a list of criteria for you to read.
Choose the best buyer for you using our handy filter system. If you are mostly interested in a high price, you can arrange the data by the recycler who offers you the most. If you are more concerned with who you are selling to, arrange the data by user ratings. Alternatively, how quickly payment is made might be more relevant to your needs, so filter on that.
Now you can relax and make your decision. You are under no obligation to sell, and we have not taken any personal data so you know that we (or any third party) won't be hassling you! You have not lost anything by receiving a quotation, and you might be able to receive more money than you could have imagined. We are always amazed by how much recyclers will pay - even for broken handsets!
Having chosen your buyer, you are now free to sell. This can be done either through the recycler directly or (in the majority of cases), through OnRecycle. Selling through us allows you to take advantage of our secure payment system, and the expert assistance that we offer throughout the remainder of the process.
Now that you have arranged for the sale to be made, you can start to think about the next device that you wish to purchase! If you are trading in a handset that is not the Amazon Fire, then why not consider how it could benefit you? Here are some more details about the handset:
Amazon's first venture in the mobile phone market was the release of the Amazon Fire in 2014. It differed from its competitors, in that the phone had a unique 'dynamic perspective' function which involves 4 front-facing cameras and a gyroscope which tracks the user's movements. The phone is also 3D enabled, and the user interface gives an impression of depth.
The phone has a 4.7 inch display, making it the same as the iPhone 7, and a 13 megapixel rear-facing camera for some expert snaps. According to Amazon.com, the battery boasts an impressive 22 hours of talk time, with a standby time of 85 hours.
In terms of storage, the 'Amazon Fire' can either be purchased as a 32 GB model, or a 64 GB model. However, it also has a Micro USB slot, which enables users to increase the storage somewhat.
The phone is operated by the 'Fire OS' operating system, which matches the Kindle Fire tablets, and Fire TV. The phone also has an impressive audio function, with Dolby digital sound. The Amazon Fire has everything you need in a smartphone, and more!