Sell your Nokia Lumia 610
If you've suddenly unearthed your old Nokia Lumia 610, or you're looking to bring yourself up-to-date with a brand new smartphone, you're probably wondering what's the best thing to do with your old phone. As you know, it was a budget-level smartphone when it first came out way back in April 2012 so, as you can imagine, it's not going to be in high demand in the second-hand smartphone market right now. Plus, we're sure that you can't be bothered to go through all the work involved in listing it on an online auction site. If this sounds like you, before you just throw your old phone in the bin, we've got a solution. A solution that will involve minimal work, will make you a little bit of money and will ensure that you do the right thing, by recycling your phone responsibly. And that's by selling your old Nokia Lumia 610 to a phone recycling company.
While the Nokia Lumia is a simple phone, without all the fancy features found on top of the range phones, no doubt that you found it ideal if you just wanted to take a few snaps, listen to some music and keep in touch with your friends. However, today it just doesn't cut it in the world of smartphones and that's reflected in its second-hand price. While there are several phone recycling companies who are willing to take your old Nokia off your hands, they're not going to give you very much for it, with most offering prices that don't even reach double figures. But don't be too upset. By sending your phone to one of these phone recycling companies, at least you'll ensure that your phone is recycled in a responsible manner, in a way that won't cause any damage to the environment.
Here at Compare and Recycle, we've put together a comparison chart which lists all the phone recycling companies who are prepared to buy your Nokia Lumia 610, plus we've also included details of how much they're willing to pay, when they'll send your payment and the kind of payment you can expect; whether that's a cheque, direct transfer to your bank or Paypal account, or gift vouchers for M&S or Argos. Furthermore, by deciding to recycle your Nokia smartphone to a phone recycling company, it won't cost you a penny, as every company in the comparison table will send you postage paid packaging so you can send your phone to them free of charge.