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With a reputation as the phone that any self respecting business person should be seen with, BlackBerry's became ubiquitous in all business circles and the name on everyone's lips. However, they began to lose their popularity when touchscreens became all the rage. The Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 gave us the best of both worlds with its standard-setting QWERTY keyboard and a super crisp VGA touchscreen. It also gave us a snappy 1.2GHz processor, the new Blackberry OS 7.0 with liquid graphics, combined with HD video, dual-band Wi-Fi and NFC support. Of course, as with all Blackberry phones, you also got solid build quality, corporate grade email and data security as standard.
However, as this model was released way back in August 2011, we're sure that most users have replaced their Bold Touch by now, and may even have one lurking somewhere just waiting to be recycled. If you're one of these people, then we've got the perfect way for you to sell your Blackberry Bold Touch 9900. We've put together a handy comparison chart which features some of the best recycling companies in the country who are looking to buy second-hand Blackberry phones just like yours. Take a look at the chart now and see for yourself what they're prepared to pay, together with their payment options and payment times. Whether you'd prefer to have your money paid by cheque, direct to your bank or Paypal account, or whether you'd prefer to receive recompense in the form of vouchers from Marks and Spencer, Argos or Amazon, is entirely up to you.
All our phone recyclers offer you the chance to send your phone to them free of charge and will even send you the packaging to do so; plus many of them will pay out as soon as they receive your handset on their premises. Don't forget your phone is unlikely to go up in price, in fact it's likely to depreciate the longer you hang onto it, so why not sell your Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 to one of our phone recyclers today and let someone else have the benefit of your old phone?