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.
Hot on the trail of the Sensation XE came the HTC Sensation XL. It used identical hardware to the Titan, with a single Scorpion core in a Snapdragon chipset, an 8MP camera that was capable of recording 720p video, and a 4.7" WVGA S-LCD screen. Despite the fact that the screen didn't have the same resolution as the XE, the increased size of the screen made it better for browsing the web, watching videos, reading ebooks and playing games. And, of course, for music lovers it had the big added bonus of a Monster iBeats headset and, none other than Dr. Dre himself had tuned the special audio processing. So as you can see, on its release this was a very covetable smartphone, especially for those of you who prefer the HTC over other android phones.
However, as we all know, the world of smartphones is constantly moving and we're willing to take a bet that despite all these features, as this particular handset is over 4 years old now, you've probably either already upgraded or you're considering doing so. And that leaves you with the dilemma of what to do with your old phone. Well, we've got the answer right here at Compare and Recycle, and that's to sell your HTC Sensation XL to a phone recycler. And to make it even easier, we've listed all the UK phone recycling companies who are prepared to buy this particular model, together with the prices they're willing to pay.
So take a look at our comparison chart and see what they're offering. The first thing you'll notice is that, to be honest, it's nothing like the price you paid. In fact we could probably go as far as to say that your initial thought was one of disappointment, and you might even be considering just throwing the handset in the bin. However, let's get the facts straight. You no longer want this smartphone, but it's your responsibility to recycle it in an environmentally friendly way. While the recyclers aren't actually offering you a whole wad of cash for your Sensation XL, (and let's face it how much is a 4-year old phone worth?), they're going to recycle your phone responsibly, and send you a bit of cash into the bargain. It won't cost you a penny to recycle your phone online as they'll even send you all the packaging you need to send it off securely, plus they'll pay the postage too. What could be fairer than that?
So do your bit for the environment today. Choose the deal that most appeals to you, and then click on the 'sell now' icon. You'll then be given all the instructions you need to recycle your HTC Sensation XL. As you'll see, it's a very easy process, plus you're likely to receive your money the same day as they receive your parcel. What's more, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you took the responsible way to recycle your old phone rather than just throwing it in the bin.