Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £2.10 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 Nokia mobile phone.
If you've got an old Nokia Lumia 620 that you're looking to dispose of, we've got the perfect solution. While this Windows powered phone was no doubt a great little budget phone, and there's probably many people who are still happy to use it now, unfortunately it doesn't command big bucks as a second-hand phone, even from our respected phone recyclers. Of course, it was very realistically priced on its release but, just like the top mobile phones, it can't be expected to hold its price. However, this particular model will earn you a few quid if you recycle it responsibly through one of our phone recyclers.
To be honest, the 620 is a pretty respectable little phone. It's got Nokia's turn-by-turn navigation Drive app, Nokia Music, App Highlights and Cinemagraph, making it both useful and versatile. Plus, as you would expect from any self-respecting smartphone, there's a decent 5MP camera, a dual-core Krait chip and, unlike some phones which we won't mention, there's a microSD card slot too. However, despite all these goodies, the second-hand market for this particular phone is poor to say the least, although some phone recyclers are offering you second-hand prices with double figures, so don't be too downhearted. At least you'll know that you're recycling your old phone responsibly and doing your bit for the environment.
So check out our comparison chart now and see which of our recycling companies are happy to buy your Nokia Lumia 620. You'll see that while the prices aren't going to get you rushing to book your next Caribbean holiday, they're not that bad. Plus if you do decide to recycle your Nokia smartphone via our phone recyclers, it won't cost you a penny to do so. They'll send you postage paid packaging so all you have to do is simply parcel up your handset and send it to them. There's no taking photos, writing and posting descriptions and waiting for the bidding to end. Just send them your phone and they pay out - simple as that. You can even choose how you get your payment; from bank transfer or cheque to Paypal or gift vouchers, and most of our recyclers will pay out the day they receive your phone, or within a few days after that.