Phone Recycle Bank mobile recycling

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If you’re looking for great advice on how to sell and recycle mobile phones, then the Phone Recycle Bank could be just the site for you.  The Phone Recycle Bank has paid out over £1 million pounds since it started last November – so that’s a lot of satisfied mobile phone recycling customers and a lot of recycling handsets!

If you are looking to trade in your old handset, PhoneRecycleBank recycling have an extensive list of makes and models from all the top manufacturers, and offer a very impressive £302 for the iPhone 32GB,  £51 for the Blackberry 9350 Storm, £18 for the Orange SPV E650 and £55 for the HTC Touch Diamond 2.

Although they only issue payments through cheques, Phone Recycle Bank mobile recycling promise to issue a fast payment within four days, which is enough time to decide on what you’re going to spend the money on! With so many companies in the phone recycling game, if you decide to sell your phone to PhoneRecycleBank you should be getting the best price available, as they claim to monitor their competitors’ rates on a daily basis.

The website is very straightforward and simple to use, but contains enough information for the serious phone trader, and there’s also plenty of news to read on their policies and green issues. And for those with environmental concerns, you can be sure that Phone Recycle Bank recycling meets all the Government and EU regulations through their approved treatment facility (WEEE), the company is also a registered waste carrier.

For anybody wishing to follow this mobile phone company in their spare time, you can also find them on social networking sites including Facebook and Twitter and receive regular news, competitions and more.

PhoneRecycleBank mobile phone recycling also offer a freepost service, and free courier collection for 10 or more handsets, a great service which is sadly lacking from a number of their competitors.

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