Where is a reliable source to buy a replacement phone battery?



  • My Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablet has been faithful although it is starting to overheat rather easily and shut down on its own. I’ve never purchased a replacement phone battery before. Since everyone here is kind and helpful I thought I’d reach out for suggestions on where to buy a reliable replacement phone battery. Any advice or tips?

    Thank you so much!



  • Our town has a store called Batteries and More (not sure of the name, but I can check tomorrow when I go into town and post it for you), and they carry a wide variety of cell phone batteries and can order what they don’t have in stock. I have an older-than-dirt Samsung clamshell, and they had the OEM battery for it in stock last year.


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    @ruthie said in Where is a reliable source to buy a replacement phone battery?:

    My Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablet has been faithful although it is starting to overheat rather easily and shut down on its own. I’ve never purchased a replacement phone battery before. Since everyone here is kind and helpful I thought I’d reach out for suggestions on where to buy a reliable replacement phone battery. Any advice or tips?

    Thank you so much!

    I bought one on Amazon and it was working pretty good until it got hot out and then the phone started overheating and even melted my screen off.

    I ended up just buying a refurb Pixel for $200 and I’m pretty happy with it so far.


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    I’ve bought OEM mobile phone batteries for various models and brands from 3rd party sellers on Amazon for years without any problems.

    I make sure that I choose sellers with a lot of positive seller reviews and sales (preferably in the thousands), that battery is a genuine OEM, that the battery has a lot of real reviews (hundreds, if not thousands), and the battery reviews are at least 3.5 stars (with reasonable/acceptable reasons for downvotes in the reviews). Finally, I only buy if the 3rd party item is shipped by Amazon so I have Amazon’s backing in the case of any problems/disputes.

    I tend to pay $6 to $9 per battery, always with free shipping (sometimes I can stack a slow shipping bonus because I have Prime). All of the batteries I’ve bought on Amazon have lasted as long, or longer, as the original battery and performed exactly the same.



  • Try to find at Amazon. I think there is everything


 

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