By recycling your mobile phone you have helped safeguard our 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 P9981 entered the market in 2011 as the elite version of the Blackberry stable of phones. As such, it demanded an exclusive price tag for an exclusive device. The Porsche Design was launched in Dubai, which gives an indication of the target audience and, at the time, the phone was commanding a price tag of £1275 in London's world famous store - Harrods. However, despite its exterior, the P9981 did have solid underlying hardware, with a 1.2GHz single core processor, an Adreno 205 GPU and 768MB of RAM, together with version 7.0 of Blackberry's excellent operating system. It also incorporated a 5MP camera on the back, which not only means great stills, but 720p HD video recordings too. To say it looked good is perhaps an understatement. The body was made of matt aluminium, with a polished trace edging; the removable rear panel was clad in leather and all the buttons have an angular feel. There's also custom fonts, icons, wallpapers and ringtones to distinguish it from other Blackberry models.
However, despite its original price and no matter how prestigious a phone, it simply can't command the same sort of money that it did when it was first released. That's not to say that won't get decent recompense for selling your old Blackberry P9981 Porsche Design phone through a phone recycler, although to be honest, there's only a couple of phone recycling companies that are currently prepared to buy this particular model of phone. But if you do want to sell your Blackberry P9981, take a look at our comparison chart and see whether there's a deal there that you'd like to take advantage of. You'll see that the phone recycling companies will not just pay you for your old phone, but they'll even send you pre-paid packaging so that you can send it off to them without it costing you a penny.
The phone recycling companies listed in all our comparison charts are happy to take all kinds of phones off your hands, not just Blackberry phones, and offer a range of payment options and timescales. So whether you'd prefer payment by bank transfer, cheque, into your Paypal account or you'd rather just get your hands on some vouchers, you can see at a glance what your choices are. Furthermore, many companies pay out the day that they receive your phone. So what are you waiting for? One thing is for sure. Your phone is unlikely to go up in price, even if it is bearing the Porsche brand, so why not sell your Blackberry P9981 Porsche Design phone to one of our phone recyclers today?