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Sell your HTC One (M7) Dual Sim
HTC are well known for their stylish handsets and the HTC One M7 dual SIM phone is no exception, albeit that it comes in a slighter thicker case to accommodate the two SIMs. There's still a high resolution screen, an excellent camera and front mounted speakers for superb audio quality, with the addition of 32GB of storage. However, the difference with this handset is apparent when the back plate is removed, as there's three slots nestled in there; two for SIMs and one for the SD. Reviews confirmed that HTC had done a really good job of integrating dual SIM management into the HTC One; you simply had to dial a number and then push a button to choose SIM 1 or SIM 2 to make the call, plus there was no chance of getting the SIMs mixed up as they could be renamed with up to 5 characters.
However, if you were one of the legion of HTC fans who decided to purchase the HTC One (M7) Dual SIM phone, you're probably considering upgrading to a new phone right about now, or you might even have made the switch. But have you thought about what you're going to do with your old phone? Perhaps you've considered listing it on an online auction site, but you keep putting off taking the photos and writing a suitable description? Perhaps you can't be bothered to do all that work, and simply want someone to take it off your hands for a decent price? Well, that's where our comparison table comes in. We've gathered together a number of phone recycling companies in the UK who are prepared to buy your old phone, whether it's working, damaged or not working at all.
Take a look at our chart now and you'll see exactly who's in the market for your old HTC One (M7) Dual SIM mobile phone and exactly how much you could make by selling your old smartphone. When you've seen a deal you like, simply click on the 'sell now' icon and let the recyclers do the rest. Some of them will pay out the day they receive your phone and, best of all, they'll send you everything you need to send it to them, so it won't cost you a penny!