3/1/2013

Try the new Compare and Recycle Android app!

If you’re reading this then there’s a good chance you’ve already seen our website and perhaps even used it to find the best price for your old mobile phone so you’ll be pleased to here about our new Android app! Our website has been featured on The Gadget Show and even won a Web User Gold Award and now we’ve made it even easier to compare on the move by downloading our Android app.

Compare and Recycle Android App

Installing the app is quick and easy, either head to the Play Store on your phone and search for ‘Compare and Recycle’ or visit the Play Store website here – Compare and Recycle on Google Play Store. Once the app is installed you can find a price the phone you’re using by hitting the My Device icon or use the search to find a price for any phone or tablet.

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