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Sell Used Telecom Equipment

We assist businesses of all sizes, schools, government agencies, insurance and financial institutions. We eliminate storage costs, allowing our clients to recover dollars in lost revenue for used, excess, discontinued, and surplus telecommunications equipment and phone systems.

Echoe Electronics are leaders in buying & liquidating telecommunications equipment and phone systems whether it is used, new or surplus or retired. We guarantee our customers will receive the best return for your used telecomm equipment. We specialize in buying used telephone systems, Data / Networking & Central office equipment like: PBX & IP systems, circuit boards, telephones, voicemails, routers, switches, and more.

Telephone Equipment Brands: Avaya, ShoreTel, Cisco, NEC, Toshiba, Nortel, Allworx, Polycom, Talk Switch, Vodavi, Aastra & More

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Maximize the cash potential of your surplus telecom & used phone systems

Our fully managed asset recovery process enables businesses, organizations, and institutions to recover maximum value from the resale of used, surplus and obsolete telecom equipment:

  • We offer extremely competitive prices and fast removal. To attain a quick valuation of your equipment, please contact us to schedule a pickup.
  • Echoe Electronics will recover equipment from your office locations. Our trained staff will come to your location at your convenience and professionally pack and move of your surplus equipment, making the sale a quick and effortless for our customers.
  • Echoe Electronics offers cataloging and valuating your existing electronics equipment. We can provide a detailed report of all your equipment and report serial numbers, condition and any other factor required.
  • Dispose of your equipment in a safe and environmentally responsible manor
  • Echoe Electronics will manage the recycling destruction of all non-value surplus materials to meet the applicable state and federal environmental protection standards.

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