Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £8.50 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 HTC mobile phone.
As one of the first companies to really get on board with producing desirable Android phones, HTC have proved to be one of the market leaders in terms of good looking and high performing smartphones. As award winners, their One series of phones has always been very popular with consumers and the HTC One Mini is no exception.
A smaller version of the popular 'One' phones the Mini has a smaller 4.3" screen which fits into a smaller and lighter device, making it perfect for those people who believe that bigger isn't necessarily better. However, a smaller phone does mean that there's less space for components, so the battery, at 1,800 mAh, has lost 500 mAh of its capacity and the RAM has been cut by 1GB, which may be a problem if you tend to be a multi-tasker. But this doesn't mean that it's not a good phone; there's an excellent pair of stereo BoomSound speakers on the front delivering a fantastic audio experience, while the UltraPixel camera sensor and the latest Android 4.2.2 are also welcome bonuses. In fact, it's a great phone if you're looking for a well priced second, or second-hand handset.
If you bought the HTC One Mini and you've since replaced it with another model, you're probably wondering what to do with your old device. We've solved the problem for you, by bringing together a range of offers from a number of phone recyclers who are willing to buy your HTC One Mini. Selling to a phone recycler is a quick and easy way to make money from your old phone without all the hassle of going through an online auction site or conducting a private sale. There's no photos to take, no description to write, and no packaging costs to consider. Just simply find the deal in our comparison table that suits you and then hit the 'sell this phone' button. You'll then be able to sign up with your chosen phone recycler, who'll provide you with pre-paid packaging so that you can send your phone to them. You'll be offered a choice of cash into your bank account or Paypal account, or vouchers from high street names such as Marks and Spencer, Argos and Amazon, and most of the recyclers will pay out on the day they receive the package in accordance with your chosen payment option.