Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £19.50 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.
Were you one of the people who bought a brand new Nokia Lumia 925 when it was released in 2013? If so, you're probably thinking of upgrading your phone right now, but have you considered what you are going to do with your old phone? While some people do decide to keep their old handsets as a back-up phone, if you're happy to let it go, it makes sense to sell it to a phone recycling company and make some money from it. So, to help you decide which company to use, we've put together a comparison table that shows all the phone recyclers that are currently happy to buy your old Nokia Lumia 925, together with the prices they're prepared to pay, and the payment options they offer. We've even given you the lowdown on whether they're prepared to buy damaged and non-working phones too.
This particular model of Lumia came to the market with a very welcome facelift. Gone was the polycarbonate shell of its predecessor to be replaced with a lighter, thinner and all round more attractive aluminium frame. While the screen was of the same size and resolution, this time it boasted an AMOLED panel. Plus the manufacturers managed to fit in an FM radio and some minor software improvements too. As you can see, the Windows powered Nokias are pretty good phones, and while not as popular as iPhones or Androids, they're still in demand as a second-hand phone. That's why our phone recycling companies are prepared to pay to get their hands on your old Nokia, albeit a rather small price compared to its original cost.
Selling your phone to a phone recycler couldn't be easier. Simply choose the deal that appeals to you most and click on the 'sell now' icon to start the process. All the phone recycling companies on this page send out pre-paid packaging so you don't have to worry about whether the packaging is good enough, or how much it's going to cost to send the parcel. Once the recycler receives your handset at their premises, they'll pay out the agreed payment in accordance with the payment times detailed in the table - and that's all there is to it. No photographs needed. No descriptions. No waiting for auctions to end - just pop it in the post, sit back and wait for your money. That's how easy it is to sell your Nokia Lumia 925 to a phone recycler.