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Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB

Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB



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.

Sell your Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB

Released June 2009Operating System iOS 3Display 3.3 inchesCamera 3MPProcessor 600 MHz Cortex-A8RAM 256MBBattery 1,220 mAh

If you treated yourself to a brand new iPhone 3 GS 16GB way back in 2009, no doubt it's long since been relegated to some far flung corner. However, if you're thinking of getting rid of your old iPhone 3, we're sorry to tell you that it's not going to fetch much in terms of cash. Nevertheless, it's important to dispose of your old phones in a responsible way, and we can help you to do just that through one of the phone recycling companies listed here on our page.

While this version of the iPhone, with its 3MP camera, was eagerly awaited by the legions of Apple fans, it's been completely surpassed by Apple's subsequent offerings and, as such, is no longer in demand as a second-hand phone. However, our phone recyclers are still happy to take it off your hands, and even give you a couple of quid for doing so, whether your old iPhone is working or not. Check out our comparison chart now and you'll see just who is prepared to pay you cash for your old phone. As you can see, there are a few takers who will offer to transfer money direct to your Paypal or bank account, send you a cheque, or even offer you recompense in the form of gift vouchers from Amazon, Argos or M&S in return for your old phone.

What's more, our phone recyclers pay for you to send your phone to them. They'll send you postage paid packaging, so all you have to do is simply package up your iPhone 3 GS 16GB and put it in the post. Once your chosen phone recycler receives your phone, they'll pay out according to their pay period and your chosen method of payment. So if you've got an old iPhone 3 lurking in your house, why not send it to one of our phone recyclers and let them dispose of it properly? After all, it's no use to you simply lying unused in a drawer!