Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £640 cash and by recycling your Apple iPhone 11 Pro you're also doing your bit for the environment!
To the right we list our Top Recommended Deal and below that we show all the mobile phone recyclers who will pay you to recycle your old Apple mobile phone.
We have multiple recycling companies on our site that you can sell your iPhone 11 to. You just have to pick a recycler and then fill in your details. Then, decide on the postage method for the recycling company. You can use a freepost delivery package that the recycler will send to you. Otherwise, you can send your phone yourself. After the recycler receives your iPhone 11 Pro, they will check it to make sure that it meets their requirements. After this has taken place, you will get paid. Your payment options are either cheque, PayPal or bank transfer.
We would recommend that you put your iPhone 11 Pro back on the market immediately, but there are certain times annually that are good for selling your phone that you might want to wait for. Typically, the Christmas period and prior to the release of a new iPhone, which is in September.
The iPhone 11 Pro was released in 2019 and there are three capacities to choose from: 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB. The lower capacity version was £1,049 at the time of its release. If you got a higher capacity model, then you will get more money for it. If your phone is also in good condition, then this should get you a higher price. You should ensure that you get a sturdy phone case to minimise any signs of wear and tear in the event of a drop.
Each of our recyclers carry out a variety of processes to recycle old smartphones. Most of the time, if your phone is not already in pristine condition, then it will get refurbished and put back on the market. If your smartphone is completely broken, then it will get sent to a recycling facility. Here, some of the parts inside the device will be taken out and sold on.
We have certain recyclers that will repair iPhone 11 Pro devices and put them back on the market for another consumer to buy. When filling in the details for your device, choose ‘broken’ to classify it. Your phone can be described as broken if it has any of the following issues: scratches and dents, buttons not working, audio problems, or not charging normally. If your device has been subjected to water damage, look at your recycling company’s T&Cs to find out how they would resolve this issue, or contact them directly.