Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £0.20 cash and by recycling your mobile phone you're also doing your bit for the environment!
To the right we list our Top Recommended Deal and below that we show all the mobile phone recyclers who will pay you to recycle your old BlackBerry mobile phone.
The Blackberry stable of phones gained an enviable reputation as the 'business' phone, and the release of the Blackberry Curve 9320 in May of 2012 seemed to be an attempt to offer an entry level Blackberry to the market. A notch below its predecessor the Curve 9360, which had been released earlier in the year, its specifications weren't as impressive as the ones that Blackberry users had become used to, however it did offer a way to get your hands on a Blackberry at a very reasonable price. So what did the Curve 9320 have to offer? Well, there's a 2.5 inch display, an 800MHz processer and a 3MP camera, which by today's standards are pretty low, which unfortunately means that it's not really in demand by the second-hand phone market. However, if you've still got an old Blackberry Curve 9320, you'll find that many of the phone recyclers we work with are prepared to take it off your hands, and even give you a little something to make it worth your while.
Take a look at our comparison chart for the recyclers who are prepared to buy your Blackberry Curve 9320 and you'll see that, although the prices are not exactly worth getting excited about, you will get some sort of recompense, plus you can send your phone to your chosen recycling company for free. Plus, of course, one of the biggest benefits will be that you'll be recycling your phone responsibly, rather than just throwing it away - a definite 'no-no' - as mobile phones contain poisons and contaminants that are extremely harmful to the environment.
Selling your used Blackberry Curve 9320 to a phone recycler is one of the easiest and most environmentally friendly ways to dispose of your old phone. All you have to do is choose the deal listed that appeals to you most, and then tap or click the 'sell this phone' button. The recycling company will take your details so that they can send you their pre-paid packaging in order for you to post your phone to them free of charge. There's a choice of payment options too; from cheque or bank transfer, to payment via your Paypal account or in vouchers. The choice is yours.