Totem Now Lets Customers Sell Their iPhone From Their iPhone

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Totem’s mobile website now makes it easy for iPhone users to re-sell their device using their iPhone.

Those looking to upgrade to a new iPhone or rid themselves of a broken iPhone have been turning to Totem to receive cash in exchange for their used devices. Totem, a San Diego based reCommerce company, recently announced that customers now also have the option to use their iPhone to re-sell their iPhone via Totem’s mobile website.

Totem’s mobile site is located at http://www.hellototem.com and can be accessed using any cell phone with web browsing capabilities. The site offers a clean and simple interface which is optimized for mobile browsing. The mobile site guides customers through the process of selecting their phone’s model and condition. Once selected, the site instantly supplies a re-sale price quote that is valid for 30 days.

Should the customer wish to accept the quote, they can immediately enter their shipping information. Payment can be issued via Paypal or check, depending on the customer’s preference. In a few days, the customer will receive a pre-paid postage mailer to ship their iPhone or other device to Totem.

For those looking to sell broken iPhone devices that are no longer capable of web access, Totem also has a full website accessible by computer, laptop, or tablet. Customers who own devices with scrapes, water damage, and even cracked screens can still make some money by selling their broken phone to Totem. Even an iPhone 4 with a cracked screen can net customers up to $89.44 on the Totem website.

About Totem
Totem is committed to providing the highest quality mobile device buyback program in the industry, while remaining true to its values of social responsibility. Offering programs for both consumers and businesses, their expert team of resellers, refurbishers and recyclers work diligently to ensure that their customers have an easy, efficient method to sell iPhone, cell phone and tablet devices in a financially lucrative, yet environmentally friendly manner.

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Nicholas Fiorentino
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