Comparing prices for your tablet pc has potentially gained you an extra £21 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 Samsung tablet pc.
Did you buy a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 back in 2012? If so, you've probably enjoyed using this well-priced tablet, especially as it had the large 10.1 inch screen, a solid build, was a great portable video player and came with Ice Cream Sandwich. Plus, of course, it had a price tag that didn't make you wince, like some other tablets. However, if you've decided that it's time to upgrade your tablet, or you've already taken the plunge and invested in a brand new model¸ don't let your old Galaxy Tab 2 go to waste, just sitting there all alone doing nothing. Why not sell your Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 P5110 to a phone recycling company? It's one of the easiest ways to sell your second-hand tablet online.
Our comparison chart can help you to find the best deal for you when it comes to selling your Galaxy Tab online. We've listed all the phone recycling companies who are currently in the market for buying your tablet. What's more, we show how long they'll take to pay out once they've received your Tab on their premises together with the choice of payment options on offer, so that you can make the best choice for you. We've even put in our recommendation for the all-round best deal, so if you're struggling to make a decision, you can simply take our advice. Our chart also shows whether the recycling company will buy new, used or damaged tablets, and whether they will take them if they're still locked to a network. In fact, the comparison chart shows everything you need to make an informed decision about selling your second-hand tablet to a phone recycling company.
If you do decide that you're going to sell your Galaxy Tab 2 to one of the phone recycling companies listed in Compare and Recycle's comparison chart, you'll find that once you sign up with a company they'll send you sufficient packaging so that you can parcel up your tablet securely. They'll also pay the postage too, so it won't cost you anything so sell your Tab 2 online, except a little time and effort.
So don't delay. It's time to get the process started by tapping the appropriate 'sell now' icon. Prices for second-hand tablets are unlikely to go up, in fact you'll find that your old tablet is worth less and less as the days go buy. If you want the best price for your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 P5110, you need to sell your tablet to a phone recycling company today.