3/15/2010

Cash for Mobiles

Did you know that you could get cash for mobiles?

More and more people are turning to phone recyclers to get cash for mobiles that they no longer use. As mobile phones become more technologically advanced, turnover is growing year on year.

So what happens to all those old phones that nobody wants any more?

Well, most are just set aside and gathering dust at the back of someone’s cupboard. But, did you know that there is a new and growing industry that with recycle your phone and give you cash for mobiles that they can sell on.

The old phones are renovated and can be shipped to third world countries that will happily reuse them.

This is also very good for the environment here in the UK as it stops contaminants found in old phones being sent to landfill and then being absorbed into our watercourses

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 mobiles.

Postage and packaging is usually free so it doesn’t cost you anything to get cash for mobiles either.

Never just throw away your old mobile phones. Always get cash for mobiles if you can because, someone, somewhere will be benefiting.

Lee

Lee

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