Comparing prices for your tablet pc has potentially gained you an extra £113.45 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 an Apple iPad Mini 2 64GB Wi-Fi + 4G tablet to a phone recycler? Well, don't go any further until you've checked out our comparison chart. Here at Recycle and Compare, we've put together a selection of UK phone recycling companies who want to buy your iPad Mini 2, and who are prepared to not only give you a decent price for it, but to make it extra-easy for you to send your iPad Mini to them.
There's no doubt about it that Apple lead the way when it comes to covetable tablets, and the iPad Mini 2 was certainly no exception. On its release towards the end of 2013, this upgrade to the original iPad Mini offered an improved 7.9 inch Retina screen plus an extremely quick chipset, which made it so much quicker to load all those apps. Of course, if you bought the Wi-Fi + 4G version of the iPad Mini 2, then you were able to use it when you were out and about as you didn't have to rely on Wi-Fi being available, plus the extra storage was probably a boon, as you were able to keep more of your pics, videos and music on the tablet itself.
If you've decided that it's time to let go of your iPad, then selling your Apple iPad Mini 2 to one of the phone recyclers listed in our comparison table couldn't be easier. It beats having to go down to the local second-hand store, where your tablet may be competing against dozens of others, plus it's much less hassle than listing it on an online auction site with all the work that takes, not to mention all the commission they take. So if you're looking for an easy and fuss-free way to sell your iPad Mini 2, then you've just found it.
All the phone recycling companies in our chart offer free packaging so that you can parcel up your iPad and send it off to them, plus they'll pay the postage too. They also offer a variety of payment options, from bank transfers and cheques to deposits into your Paypal account. Payment time does vary from recycler to recycler, but if you check our chart you'll see exactly what to expect. Most companies pay out the same day as they receive your tablet, although others may take up to 7 working days. However, if after all that information, you're finding it hard to make a decision about which company to go with, you can check out our recommendation - it's at the top of the page.
Choosing to sell your iPad Mini 2 to one of our phone recyclers is one of the most sensible options, especially if you're looking for quick cash for your old tablet. Someone else will get the benefit of your unwanted iPad, while you'll get a fair second-hand price. Plus, some companies will even take your damaged or non-working iPad Mini off your hands, although the price you get will reflect the condition. So what are you waiting for? If you've got an Apple iPad Mini 2 to sell, sell it to one of our listed phone recycling companies today.