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.
Have you got a Nokia Lumia 635 that you no longer use? Would you like a little bit of extra cash? We'll show you how to sell your old phone without all the fuss of putting it on an auction site, by selling it to a phone recycling company. There's no need to take photographs, write descriptions, wait for auctions to end, or deal with feedback and any of that nonsense. Simply find the deal listed here on our comparison chart that appeals to you, and then send your phone off to one of our phone recycling companies. It won't cost you a penny to do so; there's free postage, free packaging, and best of all, many will pay out the day that they receive your phone.
While the Lumia 635 was, along with the 630, the first Windows phone to bring dual-SIM support, they also offered a single-SIM version too. The 635 was the LTE version of the 630, with a relatively large 4.5 inch ClearBlack IPS display of FWGA resolution, and powered by the Snapdragon 400 chipset with a quad-core processor. However, it is true to say, that as a second-hand phone it doesn't really command the kind of price you would expect from such a relatively new handset. So don't be too disappointed when you see the payments in our comparison chart. And don't be tempted to just throw your old phone into the rubbish bin. The poisons and contaminants found in mobile phones can be extremely toxic to the environment.
So to be sure that you recycle your old Nokia Lumia 635 safely, send it to one of the phone recyclers listed in our comparison chart. You'll not only get a few quid for it, but you'll have done your bit for the environment. You can even send your broken phones too although, as you would expect, you're not going to receive much in the way of recompense for it. Just take comfort from the fact that you're not adding to world pollution, and that you enjoyed using your phone until its premature demise.