Comparing prices for your tablet pc has potentially gained you an extra £121 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 the latest technology? Do you always have to have the latest version? Do you have a whole host of unwanted smart phones and other devices lying around your home, as you've replaced them with the more up-to-date model? If so, we're here to tell you that recycling your old phones and tablets via a phone recycling company is not only an easy way to get rid of your old device, but it's a way to put a substantial sum of money in your pocket too.
If you invested in an iPad 4 64GB WiFi + 4G tablet back in late 2015, we're sure that you were more than pleased with it at the time. After all, it was an upgraded version of the extremely popular previous model, with the same good looks, the same quality display and camera, but with a new chipset and the addition of a front cam which was perfect for FaceTime. There was also an additional boost to the processing power and, as you sensibly bought the model with both WiFi and 4G capabilities, your tablet could be used wherever you happened to be. Add in the 64GB of storage and you can see that this model is still very much in demand with those people who are looking to buy a second-hand iPad. So, despite the fact that it's over 3 years old, you'll still get a tidy sum, should you decide to sell it.
Take a look at our comparison chart now and you'll see exactly who's in the market for your iPad 4, and exactly how much they're prepared to pay to get their hands on it. You'll also be able to see how they'll pay out, in terms of time taken and the methods they offer. Most companies offer several payment methods, including cheques, direct transfers to bank and Paypal accounts, with some offering gift cards and vouchers, and most will pay out the same day as they receive your tablet on their premises, although some will take slightly longer. Many of the phone recycling companies listed will also buy your iPad 4 whether it's damaged or broken but, of course, they will give you less for it.
If you'd like to sell your iPad to a recycling company, simply click on the link next to their listing. You'll then be given the option to input your details and start the whole process rolling. All the recyclers listed will send you free postage paid packaging, so you can simply parcel up your iPad and put it in the post. Then sit back and relax, and wait for your payment to land. That's really all there is to selling your iPad 4 to a phone recycler.