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HTC Desire

HTC Desire
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The price of a faulty device can vary depending on what faults it has. By default we show a guide price but if you choose from the options below we can give you a more accurate quote from some recyclers.

YesNoIs the screen cracked?YesNoIs there a broken button?YesNoAre there other faults?Prices marked with Accurate Quote are based on the actual faults and are accurate. Up to prices are a guide only and will depend on the actual condition when assessed by a recycler.
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Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £2 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 HTC mobile phone.

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WeBuyAnyPhone.com
£2 Price GuaranteedSame dayBank Transfer, ChequeYes Sell Now
Pay PeriodSame dayPay MethodsBank Transfer, ChequeFreepostYesFree PackagingYes
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£0 Same dayBank Transfer, ChequeYes Sell Now
Pay PeriodSame dayPay MethodsBank Transfer, ChequeFreepostYesFree PackagingYes
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Sell your HTC Desire

Released March 2010Operating System Android 2.1Display 3.7 inchesCamera 5MPProcessor 1 GHz ScorpionRAM 576MBBattery 1,400 mAh

HTC has a well deserved reputation for producing very desirable Android phones and so it's probably no coincidence that they chose the name 'Desire' for this particular model. Not only did it have the kind of stylish looks that users wanted in a smartphone, but it had powerful hardware in its 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, a high resolution screen and the latest version of Android (at that time) all wrapped up in a good looking body. There was also more RAM than usually found on phones of the time, and a powerful battery, meaning that you didn't feel as though it needed to be constantly recharged.

However, no matter how enamoured you may have been when you bought the desirable HTC Desire, no doubt you've either resigned your handset to a second 'emergency' phone by now, or you're thinking about buying a new one. After all, it's over 5 years old now. Unfortunately, for that very reason, it's unlikely to fetch much in the second-hand smartphone market, whether you decide to sell it privately on an online auction site, or whether you choose to sell your HTC Desire to a phone recycling company. Nevertheless, what you will find, if you decide to sell your Desire to a phone recycler, is that they'll make sure that your old handset is recycled in an environmentally friendly way so that it won't cause any damage to the environment. As you probably know, you can't simply throw old smartphones into your household rubbish as they contain a range of toxins and pollutants that need to be kept out of landfill.

So, all-in-all, selling your HTC Desire smartphone to a phone recycling company is the smart option. They'll send you all the packaging you need to pack up your phone and send it to them, plus you won't have to pay a penny to send it as you can send it FREEPOST courtesy of your chosen phone recycling company. While you probably won't receive much in terms of a cash payment for your old phone, at least you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you've recycled your old HTC Desire smartphone in a responsible manner. So hit that 'sell now' icon now and get the ball rolling. Do your bit for the environment and sell your HTC Desire to a phone recycler today.