Consumers who want to sell a BlackBerry smartphone are offered some of the highest prices in the industry from Totem. Whether you want to sell a BlackBerry that is damaged or in mint condition, Totem® can pay you cash for a BlackBerry in just one week.
The original BlackBerry was little more than a glorified two-way pager that allowed a widespread workforce to stay in touch via an integrated calendar, an organizer, corporate data access and wireless Internet capabilities. In 2003, BlackBerry unveiled a more modern version of the smartphone, which featured email, text messaging, faxing, calling and Web browsing features, as well as its innovative QWERTY keyboard. Although the need for such technology was still fairly limited, two years later PC World named the BlackBerry one of the 50 Greatest Gadgets of the Past 50 Years. Since then, BlackBerry has set the standard in what a digital assistant should be. Currently the fifth most popular smartphone manufacturer in the world, BlackBerry mobile phones are sold in more than 90 countries and have become an integral part of American pop culture.
Totem® is currently paying cash for BlackBerry models under the Bold, Curve, Pearl, Storm, Torch and Tour labels. If you want to sell a BlackBerry to upgrade to the newest smartphone technology, click on your BlackBerry model below to get a free quote.
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Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell a BlackBerry 8700c
, Blackberry 8700g
, Blackberry 8800
, Blackberry 8820
or Blackberry 8830
. Building upon the success of the introductory 7000 series, the phones produced in the 8000 series under the Electron label were intended for consumers, rather than business professionals. In addition to the existing features, the customer-friendly version included higher quality LCD screens, cameras, additional storage, Bluetooth and a built-in speakerphone for hands-free talking.
Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell a BlackBerry Bold model 9000
or BlackBerry 9700
. Released in 2008 and marketed as a "bold enhancement," the BlackBerry Bold 9000 features an impressive 1GB of onboard storage and a 128MB flash storage to hold applications. It also included a new media player that incorporated the BlackBerry Media Sync program, which is designed to transfer iTunes downloads from the computer to the phone. Released a year later, the 9700 model adopted an optical trackpad, a higher resolution camera, RSS feeds and a slimmer design.
Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell a BlackBerry Curve model 8300, 8310, 8320, 8520 or 8900. BlackBerry introduced the Curve
in 2007 as its consumer budget model. Customers were pleased with the variety of multimedia features included and the high-resolution camera, but many were disappointed with the phone's lack of Wi-Fi capabilities and 3G network. Several of these issues were corrected in the 8500 series, which was also the first line to feature a trackpad. The high-end 8900 phone, which was released in 2009, also featured an upgraded camera, video recording, Wi-Fi and updated operating system.
Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell a BlackBerry Pearl model 8100, 8110 or 8120. The first BlackBerry Pearl appeared on the market in 2006 and was marketed to businesses and consumers. The Pearl introduced BlackBerry's trademarked trackball that is used to navigate the device menus. The small white ball, which resembles a pearl, served as inspiration for the label's name. The phones released under the Pearl suite include cameras, media players, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, an HTML browser, email support, voice dialing and GPS assistance through BlackBerry Maps.
Totem® is currently paying cash for BlackBerry Storm model 9530 and BlackBerry Storm 2 model 9550. Departing from its iconic imaging with the physical QWERTY keyboard, the BlackBerry released the Storm as its first touchscreen-only smartphone. Available solely through Verizon Wireless since 2008, the Storm features a full GB of onboard memory with options for additional storage, a 3.2MP camera with video, flash and autofocus, Bluetooth capabilities and it is even hearing aid compatible. A year later, the Storm 2 was unleashed upon the world and incorporated such upgrades as Wi-Fi, 2GB of memory and an innovative multitouch touchscreen.
Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell a BlackBerry Torch model 9800. One of BlackBerry's most recent models is the Torch, which debuted in 2010 on the AT&T network. Unlike most of BlackBerry's QWERTY keyboard smartphones, the Torch was designed with a sliding touchscreen display. It runs on the latest BlackBerry 6 operating system, features a larger screen, focuses heavily on social networking and provides a staggering 4GB of onboard data storage.
Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell a BlackBerry Tour model 9630. Similar in design, functionality and focus to the BlackBerry Curve, the Tour was released in 2009 as a high-end, multimedia enriched smartphone that was capable of global roaming, making it an attractive choice for international travelers. The Tour also features a higher resolution display and runs on the faster 3G network.
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