List of Phone Charger Costs |Check Price Of Your Charger.

Are you looking to buy a new charger for your smartphone? If you don’t know the price, you can check the prices in the table below.

Phone Charger Costs
phone charger cost

List of phone charger costs.

Smartphone Charger BrandsPrice list of charger
Apple$19.00 (20W Charger)
$39.00 (Magsafe)
Samsung $14.00 – $35.00
LG $19.00 -$30.00
Motorola$14.00 – $50.00
Google Pixel$25.00
OnePlus$25.00 – $50.00
Alcatel$15.00 – $20.00
Other Brands(BBK Electronics)$10.00 – $40.00
Smartphone charger list of top-selling smartphones brands in the US

Note:- Some of the links listed above are linked to the official site of the smartphone manufacturer, and some links are redirected to, linked by smartphone companies themselves. As per my research, they do not sell chargers on their website but sell them to Amazon and other e-commerce site.

How much does a compatible smartphone charger cost?

The compatible charger costs almost 50% – 60% less than the original. They are readily available in Walmart, Bestbuy, and Amazon retail shops.

Related: Causes of slow charging?

The only option is to buy a compatible charger if you find the original chargers. As per my personal experience, I have used and changed many feature phone and smartphone chargers in the past, but they never lasted more than one year.

Few companies manufacture quality-compatible chargers. A few of the brands that manufacture compatible chargers are listed below.

These three brands are the best if you are considering buying a new compatible charger.

How to buy a smartphone charger?

Now you know about the cost of the chargers, but most people make many mistakes while buying chargers. Read carefully below to avoid getting scammed or buying a fake charger accidentally.

Here are the tips while buying a charger from online and offline stores.

  • Check the seller rating if you are buying from amazon. Also, see the customer reviews before you pay. Other than that, see whether the product can be replaced or returnable.
  • Check the packaging to see if the box is sealed correctly or not. If you have any doubts, don’t buy it.
  • Nowadays, all gadgets have QR codes in boxes or the user manual. Scanning the code will redirect you to the official website; if it does not, the product is fake.
  • Counterfeit products are made using cheap plastic, which can be easily identified by seeing uneven edges in chargers.

Watch this video to learn more about how you can identify a fake charger.

Which is the best place to buy smartphone chargers?

The place to buy a smartphone is from the official website. It would be best to use the original charger to charge your phone and keep the battery healthy. But if your smartphone is over three years old, the manufacturer stops making chargers for a particular phone.

Other than that, you can visit the nearest shop in your area and look for the ideal charger for your smartphone, but before buying it, look at the charger’s current output. If your smartphone needs an 18Watt charger, look for that one only. Don’t go for another one.

Buying a charger with a lower current can make your phone charge slowly.

Should you buy a separate USB cable with a charger brick?

I’m not too fond of the USB cables that come out of the box with smartphones and other gadgets, as there are many reasons for that.

  • Most brands’ USB cables are not too durable.
  • USB cables are too short.
  • Mostly gets damaged in a few months.

These problems are faced mostly you have purchased smartphones under $300 – $400. But if you have bought smartphones above $500, the companies provide a good charger with a charging cable, so you don’t have to replace it with the new one.

Related: Tips to charge your phone fast?

Now, if you want a longer USB cable to charge your phone better, you can buy a USB cable from brands.

  1. JSAUX.
  2. One plus.
  3. Offcial site of your smartphone brand.

Here’s a video on how you can identify a fake cable.

Manish Pandey
Manish Pandey

Manish Pandey | Blogger | Tech Enthusiast | Investor |.
He has a keen interest in gadgets, and this one is his second blog. Read his blogpost on chargers, smartphones, and other gadgets only on

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