Sell your Samsung Galaxy Y S5360
Released to the market in August 2011, the Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 was an inexpensive smartphone that was aimed very clearly at young and novice users, as it focused mainly on providing excellent connectivity and social skills. However, that's not to say that it didn't have plenty of excellent features; there was a good package of preinstalled apps, a reasonably fast processor and the relatively new Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. While it was basic, it looked fresh and modern and appealed to those people looking for an inexpensive phone that did more or less everything you would expect.
However, if you were one of those people who bought or received a Samsung Galaxy Y phone as a present, you've probably upgraded your handset by now. Therefore if you've got an old Galaxy Y S5360 smartphone and you've decided that the time has come to dispose of it, we've got the perfect way for you to do so. Unfortunately, while the phone recyclers in our comparison charts are happy to buy second-hand smartphones, your Galaxy Y doesn't have much value as a used phone. However, many of our recyclers are happy to take it off your hands and give you a bit of cash for your trouble. Of course it won't cost you a penny to send it to them, and it'll only take a few minutes of your time.
By simply clicking the 'sell now' button, you can begin the whole recycling process. Your chosen phone recycler will send you postage paid packaging, so you just have to parcel up your phone and send it. Once your recycler receives it, they'll send you your payment in accordance with the payment option you've chosen and within the timescales detailed in our comparison chart. Don't forget that you can't just throw phones into the rubbish; they contain all kinds of harmful components. Recycling your phone through a mobile phone recycling company is the responsible way to recycle your phone, and it's also a fuss-free way to do it. So don't leave that old Samsung Galaxy Y 5360 languishing in the junk drawer any longer - give it a decent send off and send it to one of our phone recycling companies now.