Sell your Samsung Galaxy S
Did you invest in a Samsung Galaxy S smartphone on its release in June 2010? If you did, you've probably resigned it to the scrapheap by now, and replaced it with a bright new shiny version. However, did you know that if you want to dispose of your old smartphone, you can't just simply put it in the rubbish? Just like batteries, they contain all kinds of contaminants and pollutants that shouldn't be put into landfill. The responsible way to recycle your old Samsung Galaxy S phone is to sell it to one of the phone recyclers listed in our comparison chart. As you'll see, it's entirely free to send your phone to them, plus you'll get a bit of cash for your trouble too.
Despite the fact that your Samsung Galaxy S was an excellent phone on its release, with a lot to recommend it to users, unfortunately (or fortunately for us) technology has moved on, meaning that it isn't worth much as a second-hand phone. Although it had the largest Super AMOLED display, a 1GHz processor and a 5 megapixel camera with HD video recording, today this phone just doesn't cut it in the wave of new super duper smartphones, and there just isn't the demand for this phone as there was back in 2010. But don't be downhearted, our phone recycling companies are more than happy to take it off your hands and pay you into the bargain.
So why not start the selling process right now? Whether your phone is in good working order, damaged or not working at all, there's a phone recycler who wants your phone, so find the offer that appeals to you best and start the ball rolling. By clicking on the 'sell now' icon, your pre-paid packaging will be sent to you so that you can parcel it up and send it to your chosen recycler. Most recyclers will pay out the day they receive your handset, while the others will definitely pay out within 7 days. The choice is ultimately yours - but one thing's for sure, you won't find a better deal when you sell your Samsung Galaxy S to a phone recycler.