When thinking about recycling an old mobile phone, whether you’re trading it in or selling your phone it is always best to visit a mobile phone valuer website. Ideally a mobile phone valuer website is just there to help streamline the process of selling an old mobile phone. However, on occasion there are some misunderstandings [...]
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Almost everyone has a mobile phone these days. With the frequency of change in the technological world, a lot of people have a tendency to upgrade their mobile phones often.
As per best estimates, London and surrounding areas see around 50,000 cell phones getting stolen or lost every fortnight.
An announcement from one of the renowned cell phone retailer states that users nowadays are foregoing the insurance on cell phones which cost £500 for replacement.
Have you seen the third generation Apple iPad which has recently hit the shelves? I am sure some of you may be holding yourself back until you receive some funds before you go and get one for yourself.
Children must be taught about the importance of protecting the environment as they are our future. A Green initiative launched by one local school in North Warwickshire is aimed at teaching students about the importance of recycling, including mobile phone recycling.
Mobile phone recycling is at an all time high. In fact it touches new heights every time a new mobile phone model is launched in the marketplace. It seems that people are increasingly becoming aware about the benefits of recycling. Regardless of their reason for buying a new phone, be it to upgrade from a [...]
The public recently saw a new call being launched asking for cell phone recycling.
Old mobile phones are required at the Starship Children’s Hospital in New Zealand. While this programme is in New Zealand, we here in the UK, can learn a lesson from the request sent by Starship Children’s Hospital. What an incredible thing that kids are getting old phones to be donated. The Children’s hospital is seeking [...]
Do not think of buying new cell phones without giving a second thought to recycling your old cell phone, otherwise it is indeed a very poor approach.