Sell your Sony Xperia SP
April 2013 with the Xperia SP, a reasonably powered and competitively priced smartphone with an HD screen. Although the styling wasn't quite as sharp as that of the Z, its more traditional shape means that it's still a pretty stylish looking phone, plus the transparent LED strip at the bottom adds an extra touch of style. Graphics performance is pretty impressive too, all thanks to the inclusion of the Adreno 320 GPU, plus there's a memory card slot to ensure that you've got room for all your storage.
If you bought one of Sony's midrange phones, no doubt you've moved on by now and found yourself a new phone to play with and, no doubt, your old Xperia SP has been relegated to some forgotten corner of your home. Perhaps you've even thought about simply throwing it out with the rubbish as you can't remember the last time you used it. However, before you do, please be aware that simply disposing of your old phone in your normal household waste is not a good idea. Mobile phones contain all kinds of contaminants that we don't really want to end up in landfill, so if you're looking to get rid of your old phone, the best way to do it is through a phone recycler, and that's where we come in.
Here on our site, you'll find a whole list of phone recycling companies who are willing to take your old Sony Xperia SP off your hands, and what's more, they'll pay you for doing so. While you're not going to make a lot of money by selling this particular phone to a recycler, you'll be doing your bit for the environment by recycling it responsibly. The phone recycling companies make it really easy for you to sell them your old phone by providing postage paid packaging, free of charge, meaning that all you have to do, is pack it up and send it to them. Most recyclers pay out the day they receive your phone, with payment being made either by cheque, bank transfer, Paypal or gift vouchers - the choice is yours. Some recyclers will even buy your broken phone. So what are you waiting for? Sell your Sony Xperia SP to a phone recycler today.