Cell Phone Market may Undergo Changes During Olympics
As per best estimates, London and surrounding areas see around 50,000 cell phones getting stolen or lost every fortnight. I can’t even imagine how many of these eventually make way to the trash bins. During the Olympics, this figure of lost and stolen mobile phones is expected to reach around 70,000! No wonder we all are looking at getting something back from these stolen or lost phones such as a phone replacement through insurance and recycling of old cell phones.
One can easily make money through cell phone recycling. Get hold of all the phones that are simply gathering dust and lying unused so they can be sent for recycling. Do not restrict yourself to only mobiles, as even the other old electronics including tablets, iPads and computers can be recycled. And if your device is in a working condition, you will surely get more cash from it. Isn’t recycling really worth it? The main idea is to keep a tab on your cell phones – both old and new.
While the busy period at Olympics will begin soon, ensure that you do not lose sight of your mobile phone and always keep it close to you. Keep it secured in your bag or pocket. It does happen sometimes that we lose track of our belongings due to the excitement at the Games. However, it is also a likelihood that people who may find your phone could send it for recycling and since the recycling companies track all this information, it may just come back to you.