Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £14.50 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.
Have you got a Blackberry Torch 9860 to sell? If so, you're in the right place. Here at Compare and Recycle, we've put together a comparison chart of phone recycling companies who are willing to buy your old phone and, despite its age, the Blackberry Torch 9860 is still definitely on the list. However, as you can see, it's not going to fetch you mega-bucks even if it does bear the Blackberry logo.
Blackberry made its name from its QWERTY keyboard, so when the Blackberry Torch 9860 hit the shops, loyal Blackberry users were in a little bit of a quandary. Of course, they loved the familiarity of the keyboard but many secretly wanted a touchscreen too. However, as the Torch 9860 offered Blackberry's latest OS7 together with the touchscreen, many were willing to give it the benefit of the doubt, plus it opened up the famous Blackberry to a whole new market.
However, as with all phones, whether they were embellished with the Blackberry name or not, sooner or later they are superseded with a new model, and the Torch 9860 was no exception. In fact, Blackberry has rather dropped out of the mobile market in recent years as the iPhone and Android phones ran away with the market share. So if you're thinking of selling your old Blackberry Torch 9860 you're in for a bit of a disappointment, because the phone recycling companies are only really interested in giving you a few pounds in order to recycle your old phone in the correct and proper manner.
Of course, you're probably well aware that your Blackberry isn't really worth anything in the second-hand phone market. After all, when was the last time you used it? However, you may not be aware that you can't simply throw an old mobile in the household rubbish. There's the battery for starters. It's full of toxins and contaminants that definitely don't want to find their way into landfill. So instead of consigning your old Blackberry to the bin, recycle your Torch 9860 through one of the phone recycling companies listed in our comparison chart. They'll send you the necessary packaging, so you don't need to worry about that, plus they'll pay the postage too. What's more, they'll even deposit a few quid into your bank account for your trouble, or send you a cheque if that's what you prefer.
As you can see, all the recyclers in our chart are offering pretty much the same deal, so if you're finding it a struggle to choose the best deal for you, simply consult the top of the page for our recommendation. But whichever company you choose, start the ball rolling today. Who knows your old Blackberry might not be worth anything tomorrow!