Why Recycling Your Mobile is Important?
The UK sees an average person changing his/ her mobile phone approximately every twelve to eighteen months or at the most, every two years. A person gets a new mobile every time a contract is renewed or he buys it SIM-free in order to be more selective in terms of which mobile service provider to choose.
Has anyone wondered what goes on with the “old” mobile that is being replaced? It is a sad state of affairs that most of us are not discarding our mobiles properly, though there is a slight awareness about recycling and how it benefits the ecosystem.
Let’s face it: none of us uses our mobile phone long enough that it becomes absolute ‘rubbish’. Still we treat it exactly the way rubbish is treated and put it in a cupboard as it seems too good to be discarded. So while remaining unused, it anyways gets old.
What are the options available to you to get rid of an old mobile?
• You could trade it towards a new mobile phone
• Give the old phone to a family member
• Sell it on an auction site or to a friend
• Sell it to one of the high street shops buying mobiles
All the above options are responsible ways, however if a good cash offer attracts you, then cashformobile.com is the right place to be. It fetches you maximum money for your old phone, while at the same time, is an eco-friendly solution.