There are a couple of recycling companies on our site that will be willing to buy your iPhone 5c. All you need to do is pick the company of your choice then send your phone to them. You can either do this yourself or use a freepost delivery package. When the recycler in question receives your iPhone 5c, they will check that it meets their standards of the group it has been described as, and then you will receive payment. This can be done either by bank transfer, PayPal or cheque.
Try to sell your iPhone 5c soon as its price is depreciating rapidly. All smartphones’ value decreases over time, and the iPhone 5c is the same. The best times to sell an iPhone tend to be prior to the launch of a new iPhone (usually in September) or before the Christmas period.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max came out in 2019 with a choice of three capacities: 64GB, 256GB and 512GB. The lowest capacity version costed £1,149 when it first came out. If you have a higher capacity model, this will be a higher price. If your phone has been kept in excellent condition, then this will maximise how much you will get paid as well. Make sure that you have a good phone case to keep your device protected against any mishaps.
The iPhone 5c was released in 2013 and came with a choice of three capacity options: 8GB, 16GB or 32GB. The higher the capacity, the more you will get for it. As well as this, there’s the phone’s condition. The better the phone’s condition, the more money you will get for it as well. You should keep your phone in a case to ensure that it will be sent off to the recycling company in the best state possible.
While each of the recycling companies have their own methods to recycle handsets, usually it will begin by refurbishing a handset. If your iPhone 5c is completely broken, then it will be sent to a recycling plant where the salvageable components will be taken out and put back on the market.
On Compare and Recycle, we have multiple recyclers that will fix your iPhone 5c and put it back on the market. Once you fill in your details for your current device, you should fill it in as ‘broken’ so that it is classified correctly. This includes any significant signs of damage, speaker not working, cameras not working and so on. If your phone has been affected by water damage, then make sure that your see what your recycler’s Terms and Conditions are.