3/15/2010

Cash for Mobile Phones

Getting cash for mobile phones is becoming really popular in the UK with many people beginning to realize that they are sitting on hundreds of pounds worth of old phones that they no longer use. Recycling old mobiles is good for the environment and also releases cash for mobile phones that you didn’t know you had. Take a look and rummage about in your cupboards and drawers and see just how much cash you could be sitting on.

Some old mobiles are fetching over £350 if you compare all the recyclers at a site like Compare and Recycle.com. We go out and find the best prices offered by all the mobile phone recyclers and we can tell you who is offering the most cash for mobile phones.

There are over a billion old mobile phones laying around, so if you’re looking for a bit of extra cash just now you could do no worse than have a good look about and see how many you can find and then compare mobile phone recyclers to see how much you can get from cash for mobile phones.

Never just throw away your old mobile phones as they end up in land-fill and the heavy metals and toxins leach into the water table. Always get cash for mobile phones as it makes good sense and it’s absolutely free as the recycler will pay postage. That way you get cash for mobile phones without costing you anything except a bit of effort.

Lee

Lee

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