Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £13 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.
Since mobile phones hit the market they've been constantly evolving, especially in terms of size. Of course, the joke was that the first mobiles were like ''bricks' putting all manufacturers on a mission to offer a mobile device in the smallest sized packaging. Now it seems that it's gone full circle and mobile devices are gaining size, mainly in an effort to accommodate the changing ways in which we use our mobiles. When the Samsung Galaxy Note first hit the market, it changed the way that people saw mobile phones, as it managed to squeeze a high-resolution screen and the battery longevity of a tablet in a device that still managed to fit in a pocket. What's more, there was a fast CPU, a fantastic AMOLED screen, an enormous 2,500 mAh battery, and the piece de resistance, the S Pen which added a whole new dimension to the smartphone experience.
Of course, the original Galaxy Note has been superseded by several new models, but if you've got an original version lying idle in your house, we think you'll be surprised by how much your old device could fetch in the second-hand phone market, especially if you make the decision to sell your old Note to a phone recycler. As these clever devices are always in demand, you'll see that our phone recyclers are happy to offer a decent price for your old handset, whether it's used, working or whether, for some reason, it's still brand new in its packaging. What's more, they offer a quick and easy way to recycle your old phone, without all the hassle of advertising it on an auction site. There's no need to bother with photos, simply click the 'sell now' icon and make contact with your preferred phone recycler. They'll be in touch to send you their pre-paid packaging, meaning that all you have to do, is pack it up and put it in the post.
Payment is often made the same day as the recycler receives your phone, and can be made in several ways from cheque to direct transfers to your bank or Paypal account, with some offering Amazon gift vouchers as payment too. So why hang onto your old phablet if you've no longer any use for it? Sell your Samsung Galaxy Note to a recycler and turn your old phone into cash!