Comparing prices for your tablet pc has potentially gained you an extra £29.37 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 looking to sell your Apple iPad Air online? If so, you're in the best place as the team at Compare and Recycle have created the perfect resource to enable you to sell your iPad to an online phone recycling company. We've not only listed all the phone recycling companies that are prepared to buy your old tablet, but we've given you all the information you need to know to make an informed decision. So if you're considering selling your Apple iPad Air to a phone recycler, read on.
As one of Apple's flagship models, the iPad Air 128GB WiFi was an extremely popular choice for many Apple fans. Despite being slimmer, smaller and lighter than the original version, it still gave users the high resolution 9.7 inch screen that gave the iPad such a great reputation, plus it came with a longer-lasting battery and a dual-core chip. Perfect for downloading and streaming all kinds of media, from videos and films to music, it also offered an easy way to browse the net, and stay in touch via social media. This particular model offered 128GB of storage too, making it a great buy for users who liked to keep files on their device. For this reason, it's a very popular choice for people looking to buy second-hand iPads.
Therefore, if you're looking to sell your Apple iPad Air 128GB WiFi online, you're guaranteed a great price. What's more, if you choose to sell it through one of the phone recycling companies listed here on our page, you'll get an efficient and fuss-free service. As you can see, there's a whole host of recyclers queuing up to take your iPad Air off your hands, and some of the prices they're offering are pretty tasty. However, it's not all about the price (oh go on, who are we kidding? We know the price is important!), but it's about the ease and convenience of selling your device. And that's where our phone recycling comparison chart is a godsend.
Take a look at the table now and you'll see exactly what each recycler is prepared to pay for your iPad tablet. Plus you'll see how they'll pay out, whether that's a direct transfer to your bank account, a Paypal payment, cheque or even gift vouchers from the likes of Amazon, Argos and M&S. Furthermore, you'll see how long it takes them to hand over the readies, plus whether they're prepared to buy your iPad Air if it's broken or damaged. Whichever recycling company you choose is ultimately up to you, however they'll all send you postage paid packaging to enable you to parcel up your tablet securely and send it to them without you having to spend a penny.