Comparing prices for your tablet pc has potentially gained you an extra £131 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.
Are you the kind of person who always has to have the latest technology? If you are, we're sure that you've probably got all kinds of unwanted items lying around your home, including an old iPad or two. If you're looking to sell any of these gadgets, then selling to a phone recycling company is a great and fuss-free option, especially if you're looking to sell an iPad 4 32GB WiFi + 4G tablet. No doubt that your iPad 4 was once your prized possession and that you got a lot of good use out of it, but if it's been replaced with a newer model, then why not let it go to a new home?
The fourth generation iPad was given an upgrade although, to be honest, it didn't really offer much more in terms of performance than its predecessor the iPad 3. This is probably due to the fact that it was released just a mere 6 months after the iPad 3. However, while it kept the same design, main camera and display, it did benefit from a new chipset and an HD FaceTime front cam, together with a boost to the processing power. Plus, as you already know, you bought a version with both Wi-Fi and 4G capabilities and an extra 32GB of storage, so it's one of the top models of this particular iPad tablet.
Taking all this into account, you can see that phone recycling companies are prepared to offer fairly decent prices for your old iPad 4. What's more, they make the whole process of selling your old tablet easy, and they'll offer you a choice of payment options too. Whether you prefer direct transfer of the monies to your bank, you'd like to get a cheque through the post, or you'd rather have the money put straight into your Paypal account, the choice is yours. You can even choose to accept payment by gift vouchers for retail outlets such as Amazon, Argos and M&S. The vast majority of our phone recycling companies will take your tablet whether it's broken or damaged, so don't lose heart if it's not in top class condition.
It's really easy to send your iPad to the recycling company of your choice, as all the companies listed on our page will send you free postage paid packaging to ensure that your tablet arrives safely. All you have to do is pack up your iPad securely and put it in the post. Then simply let the recyclers do their bit, and wait for your payment to arrive. There's no need to take photos, write descriptions, post adverts or anything like that - in fact, it's a very easy way to sell your old iPad.