Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £15 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.
Is your smartphone of choice the Nokia Lumia 930? If so, you're probably very pleased with your purchase. After all, it was a great upgrade to the 925. It was just the right size to fit in your pocket, and came with the update to Window's Phone 8.1, not to mention a pretty good 20MP camera. Windows Phone 8.1 offered some great features, including Action Centre, quick toggles, customisable tile size, the Cortana voice assistant and a swipeable keyboard, all contained in a stylish metal frame and displayed on a 1080p ClearBlack AMOLED screen.
However, if for some reason, you do want to sell your Nokia Lumia 930, then we've got some great deals for you here on our comparison page. We've brought together a number of phone recycling companies, who are all prepared to buy your old smartphone. Whether you've upgraded to a new phone, or you just want to get some extra cash, our phone recycling companies are willing to give you some serious money for your old smartphone and they'll even pay for your to send it to them. Take a look at our comparison chart and you'll see what we mean. All the phone recycling companies listed provide postage paid packaging and the majority will pay out the day they receive your phone at their premises, with the remainder paying out within a week.
When you sell your phone to a recycler, you'll be given a choice of payment options, ranging from bank transfers, cheques and Paypal payments to gift vouchers from household brands such as Argos, Amazon and good old Marks and Spencer. So what are you waiting for? One thing's for sure, the second-hand value of your mobile phone will only go down as new technologies are introduced, so the quicker you start the selling process, the more money you're likely to make. And, if your phone is damaged or broken, don't despair - the majority of our phone recycling companies are happy to buy them too - albeit it at a lower price.