Are you looking to sell your used Aruba switches? We buy Aruba switches in bulk, new and used. As a leader in corporate Aruba switches 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.
When you sell your used Aruba switches to us we will cover:
We'll send a quote back to you.
Once we agree on a price, send us your gear. We'll even come to pick it up. Nice, huh?
Once the data is erased, you'll receive payment and a data-destruction certificate. You know, to hang on the fridge.
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Basically, you have three main options with the used Aruba network switches you no longer use:
Which one is the best option for your used networking? It depends on several key factors:
Whether it's an Aruba network switch, a router, or other types of networking equipment, there are viable ways to sell your used networking equipment and make extra cash from it.
While your options may vary depending on the type of equipment, your location, or other factors, basically, you have three major options in selling your old Aruba switches:
Whether it's a Aruba network switch or other types of Aruba network equipment: gateway, hub, router, and so on, you can basically sell your Aruba network equipment in just a few simple steps:
Step 1: Evaluate the condition
Evaluate the condition of the Aruba network switches, both in terms of physical condition (check for any defects) and performance. Check whether the Aruba network switches is still working properly. Be honest, and list any defects and imperfections you've found.
Step 2: Know your equipment
If you've confirmed that the Aruba switches is working properly, then the next step is to identify the Aruba equipment's exact model to determine its value.
If the Aruba equipment has a visible brand/model name or serial number on it, then this process should be fairly easy.
Step 3: Taking pictures
Take photos of your Aruba network switch or other types of Aruba equipment, so you can show them to prospective buyers.
Make sure you capture the Aruba switches's serial number and model name (if it's visible on the product). It's also important, to be honest: if there are any defects on the product, make sure it's captured in the photos.
Step 4: Finding buyers
Find prospective buyers, whether listing your product on classified sites, peer-to-peer marketplaces, or contacting an ITAD specialist company like Big Data Supply Inc.
Step 5: Packaging and shipping
Once you've found a buyer, then what's left is to package and ship the Aruba network switch or other types of Aruba network equipment you are selling to the buyer. Some ITAD companies may also offer to pick up your goods on your premises, especially if you are selling in bulk.
How to determine the value of old Aruba switches?
While the answer to this question may vary depending on the type of equipment you are looking to sell, as well as other factors, here are some of the most important factors to consider when assessing the resale value of your Aruba switches:
This is a non-exhaustive list, and there are other factors that may affect your Aruba switch's price.
Fortunately, it's now fairly easy to check for the average marketplace of specific Aruba switches, as you can simply search for similar goods on sites like Amazon or eBay.