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Nokia Lumia 920

Nokia Lumia 920

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.

YesNoIs the screen cracked?YesNoIs there a broken button?YesNoAre there other faults?Prices marked with Accurate Quote are based on the actual faults and are accurate. Up to prices are a guide only and will depend on the actual condition when assessed by a recycler.
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Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £3 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.

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£9 Same dayBank Transfer, ChequeYes Sell Now
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£6 Same dayBank Transfer, ChequeYes Sell Now
Pay PeriodSame dayPay MethodsBank Transfer, ChequeFreepostYesFree PackagingYes

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Sell your Nokia Lumia 920

Released November 2012Operating System Windows Phone 8Display 4.5 inchesCamera 8MPProcessor Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait RAM 1GBBattery 2,000 mAh

Are you one of those people who preferred a Windows phone to an Apple or Android? Did your appreciation of Windows phones come from buying a Nokia Lumia 920 on its release at the end of 2012. If so, we can understand your preference, as the 920 was probably the best Windows phone on the market at that time. Not only did it offer quite a few firsts for both Nokia itself, but the industry as a whole, including optical image stabilisation and the impressive PureMotion HD+ display, but it also offered the very convenient option of wireless charging. The new Lumia screen could be operated while wearing gloves, and proved to have great outdoor visibility, while the build and design were pretty impressive to say the least. The new WP 8 also meant a fresh and distinct look once powered up, and the range of Nokia exclusive apps meant that there was plenty to keep users occupied.

However, if you did buy a Lumia 920, we're sure that you're thinking of an upgrade right now, and that you're looking into your options for recycling your old phone. And that's where we come in. We can show you how selling your smartphone to a phone recycler can be both convenient and lucrative. In fact, we'd go as far as to say, that it's the most hassle-free way to sell your old Nokia Lumia 920. Of course, we understand that when you look at the comparison chart for this particular model of phone you may be a little disappointed by the prices you see, but unfortunately, while the Lumia 920 was a great phone in its day, it's not in great demand as a second-hand device. However, you can still recycle your phone responsibly, without it costing you a penny to send, and you'll still get a bit of cash into the bargain.

So simply have a look through our chart and see which of the deals appeals, and then click on the 'sell now' icon. Your chosen recycler will then send you some pre-paid packaging, so all you have to do is parcel your phone up and send it to them. Most recyclers pay out the same day they receive your phone, or a few days after, so you could have the money sitting in your bank account within a week. And let's face it - it's better to have a bit of cash in the bank than an old phone that you no longer use, sitting in a drawer!