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HTC Wildfire

HTC Wildfire

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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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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Sell your HTC Wildfire

Released May 2010Operating System Android 2.1Display 3.2 inchesCamera 5MPProcessor 528MHz ARM 11RAM 384MBBattery 1,300 mAh

The HTC Wildfire was launched to the smartphone market way back in May 2010 as a lower midrange smartphone to tempt loyal and new HTC customers and, as a downsized and less expensive version of the Desire, proved to be a very popular addition to the HTC range. It was a great little phone for those users who liked to be in constant communication, with high-end connectivity and solid social network integration and browsing. In fact, it appeared that the only downgrades were the display and CPU, especially as the Wildfire boasted the premium finish of the Desire too. However, while the phone was a great compact version for not a lot of bucks, needless to say it's well past its sell by date now. Released almost half a decade ago, as you would expect, things have moved on. And that's why it's not really in demand as a second-hand phone, and why the second-hand prices reflect this.

With this in mind, if you take a look at our phone recycling comparison chart, you'll see that the recycling companies listed aren't prepared to offer much at all for your second-hand HTC Wildfire. However, what they do offer, is the chance to recycle your old phone in a responsible manner. By sending your old Wildfire to one of the phone recycling companies listed, you'll not only ensure that it's disposed of in an environmentally friendly way, but that it won't cost you a penny to send it and, in most cases, you'll be rewarded with a couple of quid into the bargain. Bear in mind, that you can't just dump your old phone into the household waste as they contain all kinds of pollutants and contaminants that shouldn't be put into landfill, so recycling your phone with a phone recycler is definitely the preferred option.

All our phone recycling companies will send you pre-paid packaging so that you can pack up your phone safely, leaving you to just sit back and wait for your recompense to hit your bank account. While, of course, we know you're not doing it for the money, we're sure that you'll feel much better knowing that you've sent your phone to a phone recycler rather than just putting it in the bin. So go on, do your bit for the environment today and recycle your phone the environmentally friendly way.