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Q: Best website/place to resale Smartphone in China, Shenyang for an expat?

 

So I want to resale my GalaxyS3, But I am not sure which is the best place to sell it through. I know some classified Ads websites but all of them are in Chinese and my Chinese isn't really that good yet.

Are there any other classified website that offers English for expats and have good amount of visitors as well like ganji .com? 

 

P.S. I have tried the Buy and Sell section but there isn't seems to be much activity going on.

7 years 48 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shenyang

 
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I tried to sell some stuff here a few times, unfortunately without much luck. You can try craigslist, echinacities and other websites (sorry dont know any sites for shenyang). The only time I got lucky selling something was by selling it to some foreign friends or my gf chinese friends. Apart from that, no luck, even with taobao, baixingwang and all the other chinese websites (i put it on chinese, or lets say my gf put it there in chinese^^)

once i also wanted to sell an old phone of mine, i finally sold it at a phone mall where some stalls also buy old used phones. price was rock bottom low, so dont expect a price you can get on ebay or with a friend, but at least you can sell it, thats for sure...

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