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.
Whether you're a lover of Apple products or you prefer Android smart devices, there's no doubt that the Apple range of tablets caught the imagination of all techies, particularly when they released a mini version of their popular iPad. With the release of the Apple iPad Mini 2 in 2013, its dominance was secured, especially as this neat little tablet was given a much improved 7.9 inch Retina screen together with an incredibly fast chipset. Not only were apps much quicker to load, but its bigger battery meant that it could go longer between charges. Furthermore, if you invested in the WiFi + 4G version, it meant that you could keep connectivity wherever you happened to be.
However, if you're looking to sell your Apple iPad Mini 2 16GB Wi-Fi + 4G, we're going to show you how to do it without resorting to selling it on an online auction site, and that's by selling your old iPad Mini 2 to a phone recycling company. While some people may think that it's going to be difficult to find the best deal if you want to sell your iPad via a phone recycler, we like to think that we've taken all the difficulty away. And we've done this by putting together a comparison chart that lists all the phone recycling companies who are willing to buy your old iPad. We've done away with all the legwork, and made it easy and simple to find the best deal for you. What's more, if you take a look at our chart, you'll see that there's plenty of recyclers who are willing to buy your particular tablet and pay you a decent sum of money into the bargain.
You'll see from our chart that we've detailed not just the prices the recyclers are willing to pay, but also how long it will take to get your payment together with the payment options on offer. Whether you prefer to have your money deposited directly into your bank or Paypal account, or you'd rather have a cheque, the choice is up to you. If you'd prefer to be paid in gift vouchers from companies such as Argos, M&S and Amazon, you'll find that several recycling companies also offer this option. You'll also notice that it's possible to sell your old iPad Mini 2 16GB WiFi + 4G to a phone recycler even if it's damaged or not working at all, although of course, the price you'll be given will be reduced to reflect the condition of your tablet.