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Sell your Apple iPhone 4 8GB
When is a new mobile phone not new anymore? When they bring out an upgrade.
We all know that your new phone will soon be replaced by a newer and better version, but what do you do with your old phone when you succumb to the latest marketing ploy? Well, if you've ever bought a new phone and consigned your old phone to some dark and dusty storage place, don't you know that you could be turning that old phone into cash by sending it to a phone recycler? Take the Apple iPhone 4S 8GB for instance. It was a replacement for the iPhone 4, and while it offered all kinds of new and improved features, no doubt if you bought into the new model back in October 2011, you've probably replaced it by now. So what should you do if you've got an iPhone 4S 8GB that you want to sell? We have the answer.
The truth is that no matter how good the condition of your iPhone, it will have lost value since you bought it; however we've got together with some of the top phone recyclers to offer you the best price for your iPhone 4S 8GB. Take a look at the table above and you'll see what we mean. Second-hand iPhones are always in demand so they command very good prices. Let's face it, whoever buys your iPhone 4S will be getting a great phone. While, to be fair, it looks no different to the iPhone 4 on the outside, it's pretty different on the inside, with the brand new iOS 5 being only half of the story. It's now got dual-core and more powerful graphics, plus 8MP stills and 1080p video. Plus Apple have taken voice recognition to a new high with its virtual assistant Siri.
So if you'd like someone else to benefit from your old iPhone 4S 8GB, then why not use one of the phone recyclers above? It's one of the easiest and fastest ways to sell your unwanted phones. Our phone recycling comparison chart will tell you all you need to know, from the price paid to how soon you will receive your money. All you have to do is spend a few minutes to give your details and then sit back and wait for the pre-paid packaging to arrive. Then it's just a case of popping it in the post and waiting a little while longer for the payment to be sent to you in the manner of your choice. Thinking it's a great idea but you're not sure whether they'd want your iPhone 4S? Most recyclers will accept damaged or even non-working phones, so why not see whether they want yours?