By recycling your mobile phone you have helped safeguard our 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 Nokia mobile phone.
The Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte cost an arm and a leg on its release way back in September 2008. While the phone was seriously good looking and had some pretty nifty features, of course, designs and specifications for mobile phones have since moved on. However, despite the fact that this phone is almost 8 years old, the 8800 Carbon Arte still manages to command a decent price in the second-hand phone market; so if you're looking to sell your Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte, we think you're going to be pretty pleased with the money you'll get for it.
Even though this phone looked good and performed well, there's no getting away from the fact that most of us like to have the latest generation of smartphone, which means that phones such as these often get put aside or relegated to an 'emergency phone'. If this is the case for you, and you happen to have this particular phone just lying around unused, then why not send it to a phone recycler and get some of your investment back? Remember second-hand mobile phones are unlikely to go up in price, in fact they lose value pretty quickly, so there'll never be a better time to sell your Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte to a phone recycling company than now.
Here at Compare and Recycle, we've gathered together some of the leading phone recycling companies in the UK who are willing to buy your old Nokia for cash, and listed them in our comparison table so you can see who's offering what. As you can see there are several recyclers who'd like to get their hands on your old phone, and they're going to pay you a decent price for it too. Selling your phone to a recycler is a really easy process. You just find the deal you like the most and then click on the 'sell now' icon. If you can't make a choice, you'll find our recommendation at the top of the page. Once you've clicked on the icon, you'll be asked for details so that your chosen recycler can send you suitable packaging to enable you to pack up your phone securely. They'll even pay the postage too, so that sending your phone to a recycling company won't cost you anything but a little time and effort.
You'll also see that you're given a choice of payment options, ranging from cheques and direct transfer to bank and Paypal accounts to gift vouchers for top rated brands such as Amazon, Argos and good old M&S (although gift vouchers are not an option for some phones). Most phone recycling companies will pay out the same day as they receive your phone, although others may take slightly longer, but in any event you shouldn't have to wait longer than 7 days for the payment to be sent. If all this sounds like a good deal, then click that 'sell now' icon and get the ball rolling. Remember there'll never be a better time to sell your Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte phone - so what are you waiting for?