Sell your BlackBerry Q10
There's no doubting the popularity of Blackberry phones among business people. With the release of the Blackberry Q10 in April 2013, loyal users were rewarded with the swipe-driven Blackberry OS 10, which offered plenty of new and exciting ways to interact with this popular device. Although the Q10 wasn't quite as powerful as the full touch Blackberry Z10, extra speed and flexibility were added through the options of keyboard shortcuts and 'Instant Actions'. There's also an energy efficient 3.1" Super AMOLED screen, giving fantastic contrast and outdoor legibility too. All in all, it's a nifty phone which still offers plenty of features for today's business phone users, so if you've got a Blackberry Q10 to sell, there's definitely a market for it among our phone recyclers.
Why not take a look at the comparison chart on this page? You'll see that we've listed all the phone recyclers who are happy to offer you cash for your old Blackberry phone. While the prices aren't high, at least you'll get some recompense for your handset which, we're willing to bet, is probably languishing in some forgotten place in your office. What's more, our phone recyclers offer a foolproof way to sell your old phone for cash, as they offer free postage and packing and quick payments too. While you may be tempted to just throw your old phone away, by doing so you could be missing out on some readies, while polluting the environment too. Mobile phones are made with all kinds of poisonous compounds, meaning they need to be recycled in a responsible way. So sending your phone to a mobile recycler is a great option, both financially and in terms of the environment.
Selling your old Blackberry Q10 to a recycler couldn't be easier. Simply choose the deal that appeals to you most, and then click on the 'sell this phone' icon. You'll be asked for your details so that they can send you some pre-paid packaging: once received, all you have to do it pack it up and send it off. That's it! Then sit back and wait for the money to arrive in your account. There's several options for payment, including cheque, direct transfer and Paypal, plus you'll find that some recyclers offer payment via vouchers from well known brands such as Amazon.