Comparing prices for your tablet pc has potentially gained you an extra £12 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.
While the Galaxy Tab has been out for a few years now, it's still a great little tablet and a cost-conscious alternative to Apple's iPad Mini for people who are looking for a good value and reliable second-hand tablet. Released in July 2013, its solid build and portability made a good choice if you wanted to keep it with you at all times, as it could easily stand up to everyday use, while being easy to carry around. A cheaper, lighter and slimmer version of the Galaxy Note 8.0, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 WiFi is equipped with a dual-core Exynos chipset and the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system, together with Samsung's signature TouchWiz. With its slim bezels and a good screen to surface ratio, it was very popular among people looking for a budget priced tablet from a company with a great reputation.
However, if you bought one of these mid range tablets back in 2013, perhaps it's time for an upgrade. Or perhaps you feel that you don't really get the use out of it that you thought you would, so now you're looking to sell it. Whatever your reasons for selling, you'll find that selling your Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 to a phone recycling company is both fuss-free and practical. And, although it's not going to fetch mega-bucks, you'll still get a pretty decent price if you decide to sell your Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 WiFi tablet to one the phone recycling companies listed on this page.
As you can see, all the recyclers who are prepared to buy your Galaxy Tab are listed together, plus you can see exactly how much they're prepared to pay, how they'll pay out, and when you can expect your payment. Most of the recycling companies are happy to pay out the day your tablet arrives at their premises, although others will take slightly longer. However, what they all do have in common, is that they'll send you the packaging you need to securely parcel up your tablet, and they'll also pay the postage costs to boot.
Check out some of the payment options on offer; the most common form of payment is by bank transfer, although most companies do offer payment by cheque or direct into a Paypal account too. Every now and then, some recyclers will trade your device for gift cards and vouchers, although this is not always an option.
So if you're finding that you're just not using your tablet anymore, why not sell it on to a phone recycler? It's a quick and fuss-free way to sell your Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, and you'll be giving someone else the chance to benefit from using it.