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.
Were you one of those people who invested in a brand new Blackberry Torch on its release way back in August 2010? If so, you were probably swayed by the fact that it offered a full QWERTY keyboard and an amply sized touchscreen, not to mention user-friendliness, an impressive build and, of course, its notable ability to handle business emails. However, if you did make this particular model of Blackberry your smartphone of choice, we're sure that 5 years on, you're no longer using this phone. So if you've got an old Blackberry Torch 9800 tucked away somewhere, that hasn't seen an internet connection or email for the last few years, isn't it time you sent it to a phone recycler for a decent burial?
While the Blackberry Torch 9800 isn't in demand as a second-hand phone, many of our phone recycling companies are happy to take this particular Blackberry model off your hands and even pay you a few quid into the bargain. What's more, it won't actually cost you a penny to recycle your old phone, as the phone recyclers pay your postage and will even send you the packaging to parcel it up too. Even if you're not an eco-warrior, you've got to admit that sending your old handset to a recycling company is the best option for disposing of your old phone, as they know exactly what to do with it to ensure that the contaminants contained within don't get a chance to pollute our environment.
All the phone recycling companies listed in our comparison chart offer free postage, free packaging and a choice of payment options, so whether you'd prefer the payment to be transferred direct to your bank or Paypal account, you'd like to receive a cheque or you'd prefer Argos or M&S vouchers, you can choose the deal that appeals to you most. You know that it makes sense to recycle your phone responsibly, and using a phone recycling company to recycle your Blackberry Torch 9800 will only take a few minutes of your time, but will have an impact on the environment for years to come.