EE are the largest mobile network operator in the UK with about 28 million customers and they're the largest operator of 4G services in Europe. EE were formed when Orange and T-Mobile merged in 2010 and it was recently agreed that BT would purchase EE. As well as being used by tens of millions of customers EE also have a large high-street presence with over 590 stores in the UK. EE are one of the most well known and trusted companies in the country.
EE Recycle is a service provided by EE allowing customers of any network to recycle their phone for cash. So it doesn't matter if you're not already an EE customer or your phone is on another network, you can still use them! They'll send you a free sales pack so you don't need to worry about finding something to put your phone in, or paying for postage. Stolen, blocked or fake phones will not be accepted and reductions will be made if your phone is damaged.
You can choose to be paid by either bank transfer or cheque but keep in mind a cheque may take up to 7 days so it's a much slower option. If you want to sell your phone as quickly as possible then printing a shipping label rather than waiting for a return pack to arrive is the quicker option. EE Recycle is run in partnership with Brightstar 20:20 UK, an established and respected mobile phone recycling company.
EE Recycle is sometimes misspelt. Common misspellings include: EERecycle.