Buy Used Verizon Phones Confidently

Sellers run comprehensive

Sellers run comprehensive diagnostic tests on phones before they are listed.


Buyers validate diagnostic testing on our mobile app when they receive the phone.


Smart contracts release payment to seller only when diagnostic tests match.

Relax, a three month warranty comes with your phone purchase!

Shop by Brand

Shop Used iPhones

iPhone 7
Starting at: $135.00
iPhone 8 Plus
Starting at: $269.99
iPhone X
Starting at: $390.00
iPhone XS
Starting at: $325.00
iPhone XS Max
Starting at: $435.00
iPhone XR
Starting at: $301.99
iPhone 11
Starting at: $566.99
iPhone 11 Pro Max
Starting at: $900.00

Shop Used Google Pixel Phones

Pixel 2
Starting at: $80.00
Pixel 3
Starting at: $152.99
Pixel 3a
Starting at: $152.99
Pixel 4 XL
Starting at: $309.99

Shop Used Samsung Phones

Galaxy S8
Starting at: $195.00
Galaxy S9
Starting at: $195.00
Galaxy Note 10 Plus
Starting at: $520.99

Our Promise

Better Prices

Better Prices

With no middlemen, buyers pay less, and sellers get more

More Transparency

Advanced diagnostics tools give buyers confidence in the condition of seller's phones

Tighter Security

Smart contracts hold buyers and sellers accountable, keeping unscrupulous players away
FAQs about buying used Verizon phones
How do I know if a phone is compatible with Verizon?
When a seller lists their phone on Glyde, they’ll be prompted to classify its carrier status. Some phones are locked to a specific carrier, while others are unlocked and can be used with any carrier. If you’re on this page, you’re looking at phones that are compatible with Verizon!
What’s the difference between an unlocked phone and a locked phone?
If a phone is locked, that means it’s been locked to a particular carrier. You’ll be able to see this information as you’re browsing used phones on Glyde. This page features all of the phones currently on our marketplace that are compatible with Verizon.
Can I switch from Verizon if I buy one of these phones?
That depends on how the phone’s carrier compatibility is set up. When you’re browsing through phones, look to see if they’re locked to Verizon (or CDMA networks) or if they’re generally unlocked. Many older phones are only compatible with either GSM or CDMA networks. Verizon is a CDMA wireless network.