Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £55 cash and by recycling your Samsung Galaxy S10 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.
Have you just upgraded your phone or have a spare lying around? If so, it is time to get some money for it. Use our comparison tool to find the best price and sell your Galaxy S10. The Galaxy S10 was an industry leading flagship and will continue to be in high demand from recycling companies for years to come. Select the capacity (either 128GB or 512GB) and quality of your device and compare the different offers available. Once you have selected the offer and submitted your details, the recycling company will give you a free post package to send your phone in. You can also choose to print your own label. This is a great way to quicken the process as this way you can post your device immediately. Your chosen recycler will then receive the device, check it and pay you the agreed amount.
Ensuring a mobile phone stays out of landfill is incredibly important. The process of mining is not environmentally friendly, so it is essential to try and keep a device out of landfill and remaining in circulation for as long as possible. This means that less of the earth’s finite resources will have to be mined. If the device is beyond repair, then the phone will be responsibly recycled. This means that the materials will be recovered which helps to keep resources in the market and out of landfills.
Here at Compare and Recycle, we like to keep track of how much a phone depreciates over time. This can help to inform your purchase decisions in the future and ensure that you receive the highest price when you sell your S10. Samsung devices traditionally do not hold their value as well as Apple phones do, so timing can be crucial if you want to get the most money that you can to put towards a new phone.
If you have broken your phone and it will not turn on, has too many deep scratches or a cracked screen, then your phone will be classed by the recycler as broken. But do not worry, many recyclers are willing to buy a broken phone off you to give it a new lease of life. If your S10 has water damage, it will be important to check the recycler’s terms and conditions and see if they accept water damaged phones at all.