Sell your Apple iPhone 3GS 32GB
If you were one of the first people to buy a brand new iPhone 3GS 32GB back in 2009, we're pretty sure that it's since been replaced with the latest model. In fact, we're willing to bet that you've had more than one replacement. However, if you've suddenly discovered your long lost phone tucked away in a drawer somewhere, forgotten and unloved, why not give it the send-off it deserves, by selling your old Apple iPhone to one of the phone recycling companies listed in our phone recycling comparison chart?
As you can imagine, although this phone was cutting edge on its release, it's no longer worth much at all as a second-hand phone. Despite the fact that it came with a 3MP camera and the new Apple operating system, all these have been surpassed as the phones have been reinvented and upgraded. However, if you're thinking of disposing of your old handset, sending it to a phone recycling company is the best and most responsible way to recycle your old phone. Simply throwing it out with the rubbish is not recommended, especially as mobile phones contain all kinds of contaminants and nasties which have the potential to pollute our environment.
Luckily for you, our phone recyclers are prepared to buy your old Apple iPhone 3GS whether it still looks as though it's brand new or it's seen better days; plus they'll send you free postage paid packaging so you don't have to fork out a penny to send it to them. Check out our comparison table now to see which of our phone recycling companies are willing to buy your old phone and just how much they're prepared to pay. Then when you've found the deal that interests you most, simply click on the 'sell now' button and your old Apple iPhone 3GS 32GB could be on its way to its new home within days. Your payment will hit your bank or Paypal account a few days later or, if you prefer, you could always opt for payment by cheque or vouchers.
So if you've got an old iPhone 3GS 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 anymore.