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Nokia Lumia 720

Nokia Lumia 720

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.

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Sell your Nokia Lumia 720

Released April 2013Operating System Windows Phone 8Display 4.3 inchesCamera 6.7MPProcessor Dual-Core 1.0GHzRAM 512MBBattery 2,000 mAh

One of Nokia's midrange phones, the Nokia Lumia 720 is both good looking and well equipped. Slimmer and lighter than the Lumia 920, while it wasn't given a 720p screen, or even the same WVGA AMOLED display of the Lumia 820, its ClearBlack IPS LCD technology proved to be popular with its users. However, if you were one of the first people to buy this Windows phone, you're probably thinking about an upgrade to a newer model, or maybe you've even upgraded already. We guess, that leaves you wondering what to do with your old handset. After all, you don't really need two smartphones do you? Well, here at Compare and Recycle, we've got the answer - and that's to sell your Nokia Lumia 720 to one of the phone recyclers listed right here on this page.

Selling your old phone to a recycling company is one of the easiest ways to sell your phone online. And, even if it's not one of the most in demand second-hand phones, you'll get some money for recycling it. What's more, it's one of the best and most environmentally friendly ways to get rid of your old phone, and it won't cost you anything to do so, as all the phone recycling companies listed in our comparison chart will send you FREE postage paid packaging. This means that all you have to do is parcel up your phone and then put it in the post, and then simply sit back and wait for your payment to arrive. Talking of payments, you even get a choice of how you'd like to receive your money. Whether you prefer to have it deposited in your bank account, or you'd like it sent to your Paypal account, the choice is yours. You can even have a cheque if that's what you prefer. Or if you'd like to take your payment in gift vouchers, there's a choice of top brands, such as M&S, Amazon and Argos.

To sell your Nokia Lumia 720 to a phone recycler, simply click on the 'sell now' icon next to the deal you like the most, and then send your details off to your chosen recycling company. They'll send you the packaging so you can pack up your phone and, once they've received the parcel at their premises, they'll pay out within the time specified in the chart. This can be anything from the day the package is received until up to 7 days later, so if you're looking for money in a hurry, you might want to take that into consideration when you choose a recycling company.