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Sell your Apple iPad 2 32GB Wi-Fi
We bet you can't get enough of your iPad. Whether you use it for browsing the net, shopping, playing games or keeping in touch with family and friends, you're probably wondering what you ever did without it. However, if you've just upgraded your iPad to a brand, shiny new model and you have an old iPad 2 32GB Wi-Fi to sell, you've come to the right place. We've put together a list of phone recycling companies who are happy to buy all kinds of mobile devices including Apple tablets, and pay you well for the privilege. Not only do they make it really easy to sell your iPad, but they'll give you top prices without having to go through all the hassle of selling it on an auction site.
No doubt, you're already well aware why the iPad 2 was so successful. It was thinner, faster and lighter than its predecessor, and came with an increased memory and front and rear cameras. It was also blessed with an extremely powerful battery life, which meant that it could keep going virtually as long as you could. While this version of the iPad 2 only comes with wifi, it's easy to find free access to wifi to keep you almost permanently on the net. There's 32GB of storage too, so there's plenty of room to store most things, plus there's a crystal clear screen if you love to use your tablet to watch movies or catch up on your favourite TV programme.
Our phone recycling companies are waiting right now to hear from owners of iPads who want to sell their tablets for a decent price. Take a look at our comparison chart and you'll see that there are many companies who are prepared to buy your old iPad 2 32GB Wifi. Whether you prefer to receive your money into your bank or Paypal account, or whether you'd prefer gift vouchers for the likes of Amazon or Argos, there's bound to be a payment method that appeals to you most. Furthermore, the vast majority of our phone recyclers will pay out the same day as they receive your device. And, if you're wondering whether phone recycling companies would be interested in your old iPad, as it's damaged or not working at all - you'll see that many of the recyclers listed are happy to buy damaged or non-working tablets, albeit for a knocked down price.