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Specialize in Bulk Buy Back

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100% Secure Selling Old Tablets Process

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Eco-friendliest Solution to Corporate Recycling Tablets

You can sell us all corporate tablets new and used in bulk. As a leader in corporate tablet recycling, we offer the best prices with the highest, most ethical security standards to securely vaporize your corporation's sensitive data. And we’ll give you a certificate of data destruction to prove it.

Options provided for proper disposal and physical destruction for valueless items, if needed.

Included in offers:

  • Shipping from any location in the world
  • Data destruction
  • Certificate of data destruction

The process OF SELLING USED TABLETS is simple


Send a list of OLD TABLETS

We'll send a quote back to you.


Ship it

Once we agree on a price, send us your old tablets. We'll even come to pick it up. Nice, huh?


Get paid

Once the data is erased, you'll receive payment and a data-destruction certificate. You know, to hang on the fridge.

READY, SET, SELL USED TABLETS. Fill out the form to get going.

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what's the big deal with big data supply, inc.?

we have the big data supply i.t. asset buyback program guarantee

It's designed to help you mitigate risk, stay compliant and ensure all sensitive data is confidential. Our comprehensive program offers free value audits to ensure the highest value, complete chain of custody tracking, detailed reporting of secure data destruction and the most economic and environmentally friendly e-waste solutions.


We’re R2v3 & RIOS certified, which is a really big deal. This certifies that we follow the best practices specifically for the electronics industry and electronic waste. RIOS certification is an ANSI accredited standard that meets all processes from ISO:14001 (environment), ISO:9001 (quality), and OHSAS:18001 (safety). R2v3 & RIOS certification is rewarded to companies that achieve responsible recycling standards. R2v3 & RIOS assures you of a consistent level of service, anywhere and anytime. It also gives you the ability to address challenges, new materials, and new technology, all while developing new services as you grow and evolve.

Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I sell my used tablets instead of keeping them?

There are a few solid reasons why you should sell your used tablets instead of having them lying in your home or office, namely:

  • You can recoup some money. This is a pretty obvious reason. Selling your used tablets may allow you to recoup some of the money you’ve used to purchase the tablet in the past, which you can then use to purchase newer tablets or for other purposes. Even if your tablet is already a few years old, don’t underestimate the fact that it may still have some value.
  • Reduce e-waste. In this digital age, e-waste is increasingly becoming a crucial issue all around the world. Selling your used tablets ensure they don’t end up in a landfill or being disposed of in an irresponsible way. When someone else purchases your old tablet, they can extend the tablet’s lifespan, and so you contribute to the circular economy to reduce the environmental impact associated with e-waste and manufacturing new devices.
  • Decluttering. Having your tablets lying around your home or office can take up valuable space and contribute to clutter. Selling your used tablets would allow you to declutter your working or living space, making it more efficient and organized.
  • Supporting the secondhand market. Selling your old tablets helps stimulate the secondhand market. You contribute to the availability and affordability of pre-owned tablets for potential buyers, which may help create a healthier economy, allowing people to buy used devices at a lower cost.
How do I know if my used tablets are eligible for sale?

Here are some factors that will affect the value of your old tablets and their eligibility for sale:

  • Make and model: the make (age) and model of your tablet will typically have the biggest impact on its value. In most cases, newer models have a higher value (and demand), and popular brands and models are also more likely to be high in demand and, thus, eligible for sale. For example, a newer iPad will be more likely to be eligible for sale than an older Android tablet from an unknown brand.
  • Condition: the tablet’s condition plays a crucial role in determining its eligibility for sale and its value. Tablets that have none to minimal physical damage and are still in good working condition are more likely to be eligible. Specific to tablets, common condition factors to consider include the screen’s functionality (both display and touch controls), battery health, buttons’ functionality and responsiveness, and overall performance.
  • Original packaging and accessories: not a must, but having the original package and accessories (i.e., chargers, cables, stylus pens) and the original packaging can improve the tablet’s eligibility for sale. If you have the original manuals or other types of documentation that come with the original packaging, it may also add value.
  • Compatibility with current technology: even if the tablet is still functional, it may not have enough demand if it’s no longer compatible with the latest software, apps, or popular accessories. Compatibility with the current (especially popular) technology ensures that the tablet can be used effectively by the buyer and may be more eligible for sale. Also, consider the tablet’s storage space and whether it’s still large enough according to today’s standards.
How do I determine the value of my used tablets before selling it to your company?

Here are some factors to consider in determining the value of your used tablet:

  • Confirm your tablet’s model and age: research the exact age, model, specifications, and features of your tablet. You’ll use this data for market research and also to compare your tablet’s performance and capabilities with newer models to determine potential resale value.
  • Market research: conduct basic market research to determine your used tablet’s resale value. You can explore online marketplaces and auction sites (Amazon, eBay, etc.), trade-in companies, or other relevant platforms to check the prices at which tablets with similar make/models and conditions as yours are being sold. This should give you a general idea of your old tablet’s market value. 
  • Assess your tablet’s condition: evaluate your tablet’s physical condition and performance. Check for dents, scratches, and other damages (if any), and conduct thorough tests to consider the functionality of the device, such as screen responsiveness, button functionality, battery life, etc. Be honest about your device’s condition, and don’t try to hide any defects.
  • Historical pricing trends: check the historical pricing trends of your tablet’s specific model, which may give you a good indication of how much your tablet may be worth in today’s market. For example, check if the value has depreciated significantly due to major changes in market demand (i.e., newer models being released.)

If you are still unsure about determining the value of your tablet yourself, consider seeking a professional appraisal from your local electronics store, IT assets reseller, or even online evaluation services. They may be able to provide a more accurate assessment based on their experience and market knowledge.

Is there a minimum or maximum quantity of tablets I can sell?

While Big Data Supply Inc. is an IT asset disposition company that buys and sells IT assets—including used tablets— in bulk, we take this case by case but typically more than a dozen of newer models could work and there is no maximum quantity of tablets that you can sell to Big Data Supply Inc.

Big Data Supply Inc. offers free quotes for all used tablets, and we would be happy to answer any inquiries you may have. We encourage you to contact us ASAP, and our team will be readily available to address any concerns or queries you may have and will work with you to find a beneficial solution for both of us.

We buy most brands and models of tablets, including Apple, Samsung, Amazon, and Google tablets, among others. Furthermore, we offer competitive prices, and we are also committed to environmentally responsible recycling if your tablet needs to be recycled or disposed of.

However, please note that our acceptance criteria are subject to change based on the specific conditions of the tablet and market demand. We do not buy tablets that have been severely damaged or are more than 10 years old.


How can I ensure that my personal data is completely removed from the tablets before selling them?

Here are some steps you can take to make sure your personal data is completely removed from the tablet before you sell them:

  • Back up your data. Before you do anything else, make sure to back up your data to external storage (or cloud storage.) Check whether there are any important files or data that you want to keep, including photos, videos, documents, or others.
  • Encrypt your data: your tablet may offer encryption options. We’d recommend encrypting your data before wiping it for an extra layer of protection. Encryption converts your data into an unreadable format, so in case it’s recovered by others, they won’t be able to read it. 
  • Delete personal files: before performing a factory reset (more on this below), manually delete any saved documents, personal files, videos, or photos stored on the tablet. Be thorough when checking various apps and folders where your files might be saved. 
  • Sign out from accounts: sign out of any accounts linked to the tablet (email, social media, cloud storage, app-specific accounts), and delete any apps that require user logins.
  • Factory reset: most tablets have a factory reset/hard reset option in their settings/preferences menu. Doing a factory reset will erase all data/files on the device and restores the tablet to its original factory settings. When in doubt, refer to the manufacturer’s user manuals or websites for more specific instructions.
  • Remove SD cards and SIM cards (if any): if your tablet has external storage (i.e., SD card slot), make sure to remove it before selling the device. Also, make sure to remove the SIM card if your tablet has cellular capabilities. 
  • Verify data removal: after performing the factory reset, double-check and make sure that all your personal files have been removed. Manually check the tablet’s settings, file explorer, and storage to ensure that no traces of sensitive/personal information remain on the tablet.

If you are selling your tablets to Big Data Supply Inc., we will use a secure erase method to make sure all the data on your tablets is wiped and impossible to recover. We will also provide you with a Certificate of Data Destruction, which you can keep for your records or for compliance purposes.