Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £35 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.
Looking to sell your Samsung Galaxy SIII? If you've always thought that selling your phone through a phone recycler is too much hassle, it's time to think again. We've done away with all the time and effort you'll have to spend comparing each individual phone recycling company, by listing the best phone recyclers in the business right here on one page. Not only does using a recycler do away with all the steps you have to take when trying to sell your phone on sites such as eBay, but they guarantee you a good price and a fast turnaround. So if you're looking for quick cash, you could have the readies in your hand within just a couple of days.
While recycling companies are happy to pay for all brands and models of phone, they especially love Samsung phones. And with good reason; as they've continued to grow in popularity over the years, with many preferring to buy them over Apple phones. While the Galaxy S3 is one of Samsung's older models, it's still very much in demand, meaning that your old phone could still fetch a decent price, despite its age. Perhaps the reason for this is that, on its release in May 2012 it delivered an amazing combination of performance and features that had reviewers waxing lyrical about Samsung's flagship handset. For starters there's a 720p Super AMOLED screen and a really big battery giving you 43 hours of standby time, and yet they're all contained in an extremely slim handset. The 4.8" screen was a revelation, with fantastic image quality; in fact, some went as far as to say it was the best screen on the market at the time, offering a level of flexibility that was just totally missing from other handsets.
The Galaxy SIII also offers S Voice, Samsung's rival to Apple's Siri, which can understand a range of European languages, plus Korean of course, allowing you to search the web, make calls, send texts, set timers and launch apps all at the sound of your voice. In fact, when Samsung released the Galaxy SIII, they really set the level for other smartphone manufacturers to reach. So, if your old Samsung Galaxy SIII is feeling unloved and gathering dust in the back of some drawer, why not see if you can find it a new home today. Recycling your old phone is not just good for the environment, but you'll be quids in when you do.