Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £27 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 Samsung mobile phone.
Were you drawn to the sleek good looks of the Samsung Galaxy A5 when you purchased your last smartphone? Did the stylish metal exterior and the large 5 inch Super AMOLED screen seal the deal? If so, no doubt you were very happy with your choice, as the A5 certainly has plenty of features to keep everyone happy. Released at the same time as the A3, this more expensive version offered a bigger screen, and a 13MP camera, but still had those sophisticated good looks, despite also being bigger than the A3. There was a white-painted metal frame, an ultra thin profile and the back cover was finished with a pearl-like effect. In fact, it's true to say that this particular model was in great demand, and proved to be one of the most popular smartphones. So, let's congratulate you as you made a really good choice. If, however, you're now looking to sell your Samsung Galaxy A5, then no doubt you want to get the very best price that you can get. And that's where Compare and Recycle can help. We've put together a handy comparison table to show you exactly how much you can get for your Samsung Galaxy A5 if you choose to sell it to a phone recycling company.
Whether you're selling your A5 due to tight finances or you've just got a brand new model, selling your phone to a phone recycling company is an easy and fuss-free way to sell your Samsung Galaxy A5. And let's face it, who's got the time to be photographing your handset, writing descriptions and posting your listing on an online auction site? By using one of the phone recyclers listed in our comparison chart, you're selling your phone online with the least amount of effort and trouble.
You'll see that there's a good selection of companies to choose from, and that the prices that they are willing to pay for your Samsung Galaxy A5 are all listed together so you can compare what each is offering. You'll also see the payment methods they offer, whether that's payment by direct bank transfer, cheque, Paypal or with Amazon gift vouchers. Time taken to pay out is listed too, so if getting your money as quickly as possible is a priority, you can choose a recycling company who pay out the day they receive your phone.
And talking about sending your phone to the recycling company - it's not going to cost you a penny and there's no hunting around the house for suitable packaging as all that's taken care of. No matter which recycling company you choose, they'll send you postage paid packaging, so all you have to do is parcel up your phone and send it to them. See - we told you it was easy, didn't we?