Sell your BlackBerry Curve 9300
Were you one of those people who couldn't wait to get your hands on a Blackberry Curve? If so, we'd like to bet that it's long since been resigned to 'back-up' phone status as you've moved on to a more up-to-date smartphone. However, if you've decided that you'd now like to send your old Blackberry to the smartphone graveyard in the sky, please don't just throw it out with the rest of your household rubbish. There's all kinds of contaminants in mobile phones and so they need to be disposed of in a responsible and environmentally friendly manner.
While your Blackberry Curve may have offered you a great user experience all those years ago, with its full QWERTY keyboard, its 2.4" screen and an excellent 2-megapixel camera, all those functions have been superseded and surpassed with the new generations of smartphones, and the Blackberry is no longer as desirable a phone as it was several years ago. This means that this model, in particular, isn't in demand as a second-hand phone. That's why you'll see that our phone recyclers are unwilling to offer much in terms of cash for your old Blackberry Curve 9320. However, they will take your phone off your hands, pay you a small sum of money, and dispose of it in an environmentally sound way, without it costing you a penny. Simply click on the 'sell now' button and your chosen recycling company will send you everything you need to post your phone to them, absolutely free of charge. You don't even need to pay for the packaging.
So why not have a quick glance at our comparison chart and see for yourself who's prepared to buy your Blackberry Curve 9320? Selling your unwanted phone to a phone recycling company is one of the quickest, not to mention most responsible, ways to dispose of your old phone. Plus it's infinitely better than simply tossing your old phone in the trash! Most of our recyclers pay out the day that they receive your handset and offer a variety of payment options, from bank transfers and cheque, through to Paypal deposits and gift vouchers. So it's time to let your Blackberry go to that graveyard in the sky - but send it on its way via a phone recycler!