Comparing prices for your tablet pc has potentially gained you an extra £14 cash and by recycling your tablet pc 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 tablet pc recyclers who will pay you to recycle your old Apple tablet pc.
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Sell your Apple iPad 16GB WiFi + 3G
If you were one of the first people to buy an Apple tablet, we're sure that you were over the moon with your iPad, especially if you bought the combined WiFi and 3G version. However, we're also willing to bet that you've since moved on and invested in a bright new shiny model, and that you're now looking to sell your Apple iPad 16GB WiFi + 3G tablet. While you might be thinking of putting it on some online auction site and taking your chances there, you're not sure whether you'll actually find anyone interested as this original model simply can't compete with newer versions, particularly as it doesn't include that all important camera. What's more, although it was a revelation on its release, being a combination of netbook, e-reader, gaming device, iPod and a digital photo frame, its outdated operating system and lack of camera do mean that it's not really worth very much in the second-hand market.
However, don't be too downhearted, as there's plenty of phone recycling companies who are still willing to take your old tablet off your hands and pay you a bit of money into the bargain. Plus, selling your first generation iPad to a phone recycler is the most responsible way to dispose of your unwanted tablet. They make the whole process really easy to follow, and they'll even buy non-working tablets, although the price they offer will reflect this. So take a look at our comparison chart right now and see how much you could get for your old iPad 16GB WiFi + 3G. While you can see it's not a great deal of money, it will at least buy you a pretty decent case for your new iPad. Don't let your old tablet just sit there gathering dust, when you could be earning a little payback by selling it to a recycling company. They'll send you everything you need to despatch it to them, so it won't cost you a penny. You can even choose how you wish to receive your payment, whether that's by direct bank transfer, by cheque, by Paypal, or by opting to take payment in the form of gift vouchers from Amazon, Argos or M&S.
Click or tap the 'sell now' icon and let's get this process started. You've nothing to lose and everything to gain, plus you can feel a little smug about selling your tablet to a recycler as you know that they'll dispose of it in a responsible manner.