Comparing prices for your tablet pc has potentially gained you an extra £105 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.
Do you love your iPad 3? Did you rush out to buy it as soon as it was released back in March 2012? Has it served you well over the years? We're sure the answer to all these questions is YES, but by the very fact that you're on this site, you must be thinking of selling your iPad 3 32GB Wi-Fi. If so, then we can show you how to sell your old iPad with the minimum of fuss and the maximum profit, by simply selling your tablet to a phone recycling company. As this version of the iPad was equipped with brand new upgraded Retina display, a new 5MP camera, upgraded video recording, a new chipset and a new GPU, it was eagerly awaited and received great reviews, so you can understand why it's still in demand today as a second-hand tablet; plus as your model has 32GB of storage it's even more attractive to the phone recycling companies.
While some people may consider selling their old tablet via an online auction site, selling to a recycler is a much easier process; plus our handy phone recycling company comparison chart means that you'll know up front exactly how much you can expect to receive. Furthermore, you can choose the payment option that suits you best, whether that's a bank transfer, payment into your Paypal account, a cheque or vouchers to spend with some of the top stores of the moment; Argos, Amazon and Marks and Spencer. And don't worry if your iPad has seen a fair bit of wear and tear, as the majority of our phone recycling companies will accept both damaged and non-working iPads, although you will be paid slightly less for these.
So take a look at our comparison chart and see how much you could get for your old iPad 3 32GB Wi-Fi. We think you'll be pleasantly surprised by what you see. There's certainly enough recompense to enable you to offset the cost of a new tablet. All you have to do, is to choose the deal that suits you best. Whether you'd prefer to accept a little less cash to get your hands on the money more quickly, or you'd rather hold out so you can be paid in vouchers - the choice is entirely yours. One thing is for sure though; the price of second-hand tablets, phablets and smartphones is unlikely to go up. In fact, the longer you wait, the less money you're likely to get. So strike while the iron is hot and click that 'sell now' icon now! And then sit back and wait for your packaging to arrive, and that money to hit your account.