Comparing prices for your tablet pc has potentially gained you an extra £135 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 prefers all things Apple? If so, no doubt you have an iPhone and probably an iPad too. However, if you invested in an iPad Mini 2 64GB Wi-Fi when it was released in November 2013, you're probably thinking about upgrading it around now. Perhaps the fact that you bought the 64GB version meant that you never quite had enough storage. Perhaps the issue of storage never arose because you save everything on the cloud anyway. Perhaps you're looking to buy a tablet with a bigger screen or perhaps you just want the latest model. Whatever your reason for selling, even if it's just to raise some extra cash for something you really want, we're going to show you how selling your Apple iPad Mini 2 64GB Wi-Fi to a phone recycling company is a really easy and fast way to sell your unwanted tablet.
Take a look at our comparison chart and you'll see that there are several phone recycling companies who are willing to offer hard cash for your old tablet, plus you'll see that the prices they're offering are pretty decent too. Mind you, that's hardly a surprise as the iPad Mini 2 really is a nifty little piece of kit. Not only did it include a much improved 7.9" Retina screen, but it had a lightning fast chipset meaning that your apps loaded quickly, plus it was impressively responsive. What's more the increased battery size meant less charging, so all-in-all it's probably something you'll be a little sad to part with. However, if you have made the decision that now is the time to sell your iPad Mini 2, let's show you why selling to a recycling company is a great option.
So as you can see, selling your iPad Mini 2 to a phone recycler is a great option for those of you who don't want to go to all the hassle of listing your tablet on an online auction site and then paying all the associated fees. Plus you don't have to make a trip to your nearest second-hand shop where you'll probably be offered less than it's worth as they already have a fair few tablets in stock already. Simply choose the recycling company that offers the best deal for you, and then click on the 'sell now' icon. This will start the whole process going and enable you to order your free packaging. If you're struggling to make a choice about the best recycling company to use, then why not check out our recommendation? We've analysed all the deals on offer to choose the all-round best option.