Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £272 cash and by recycling your Apple iPhone 11 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 a selection of phone recyclers who will be willing to buy your iPhone 11. All you need to do is choose the recycling company that you want to sell your phone to and send your details to them. You will later have different options of how to get your iPhone 11 to the recycling company. You can either send your device yourself independently or you can opt to receive a freepost delivery package for you to give your device to them. Once the recycling company has got your device and carried out an assessment of it, you will then later get your payment either by bank transfer, cheque or PayPal.
The optimum time to sell your iPhone 11 would be straight away, however, there are specific periods in the year which would be better times to put your smartphone back on the market. This is usually during the months leading up to Christmas or just before an Apple smartphone launch (this typically occurs in September).
The iPhone 11 came out in 2019 and has three different capacity options: 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. The lowest capacity option initially costed £729. The higher the capacity, the more expensive it will be. Your device’s value will also be determined by its condition. If your phone has any wear and tear, then this will reduce its value. You should get a good phone case as this would protect your phone against a variety of mishaps.
All the recycling companies on our site will have their own ways of recycling your iPhone 11. Typically, your smartphone will undergo a refurbishment and it will be sold to another consumer. If your smartphone is past the point of getting fixed, then it will get taken to a recycling plant where the profitable internal components will be extracted and sold on.
Certain recyclers prefer to buy your broken devices to give them a completely new lease of life. At the top of the page, you can select the condition of your phone and select ‘broken’. A recycler will consider a phone as broken if it has one of the following: it will not turn on, it has a broken screen, it does not charge properly, it has problems with the speaker, chips and dents, and buttons that will no longer work. If you have any water damage, certain recyclers might have different policies, so you will need to refer to their T&Cs or contact them directly to find out what the next step will be.