Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £38.10 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.
The Samsung Galaxy Note II is one of the forefathers of the so called 'phablet', a cross between a mobile and a tablet, and comes complete with a stylus and range of features that make a desirable device on the second-hand market. Released in October 2012, it was the successor of the popular original Galaxy note and offered improved stylus functionality, together with a larger 5.5 inch screen. Its design was based on the Galaxy S III and so offered an attractive looking device with plenty of features. In fact, it was so popular that it sold over 5 million units within two months of its release, a testament to its desirability; so you can see why this device is still in demand by people looking for second-hand phablets today.
So what made the Galaxy Note II so popular? Well, first of all, it featured a 5.5" HD Super AMOLED screen (hailed as the best phone screen Samsung had ever produced), a 1.6 GHz quad-core CPU, 2 GB of RAM, an 8MP rear camera and a 1.9 MP front camera, for starters. It was also slightly thinner than its predecessor, and was equipped with an FM radio tuner, Bluetooth and the Samsung pressure-sensitive S Pen. At the time of release many reviews gave the Note II 5/5 and ranked it top of their Top 10 Smartphones, so you can see that it was a very respected phablet, and still keeps that reputation today.
All models of Galaxy Note are always in demand from phone recycling companies, and that's why you'll see that the recyclers in our comparison table offer very healthy prices for second-hand Samsung Galaxy Note II phablets, plus they'll also consider buying devices that have some damage, or even if they're not working at all. Selling to a phone recycling company offers a fuss-free way to sell your unwanted phablet, without having to put yourself through the hassle of selling via an online auction site. There's no longer any need to take photos, write descriptions, keep an eye on your auction, or anything like that. All you do is simply pack up your phone in the pre-paid packaging supplied by the recycling company, and then wait for your payment to arrive. You can choose from cash payments direct to your bank or Paypal account, or you can opt to have vouchers from high street names such as Marks and Spencer, Argos and Amazon instead.
So why hang onto your phablet if you're not getting the best use out of it? Sell your Samsung Galaxy Note II to a phone recycler today, and you'll be pounds better off!