Welcome to CompareMyMobile.com, the mobile phone recycling price comparison site that thousands trust every day to guide them through their recycling journey. And that's what we're here for - to help!
The founding team here used to run a phone recycler - now, as a completely independent and impartial expert site, we are here to make sure your process runs smoothly. Our aim is to show you all of the best recycling prices available from top companies. We review all leading brands such as Mazuma and Envirofone as well as UK phone networks such as O2, Orange and T-Mobile. Trusted reviews ensure that we only show the best of the best, so if the recyclers don't step up to the mark, we don't show them.
All of this means that you can walk away with a heavier wallet and a smile on your face, knowing that you have our support all the way through until you get your cash.
Here are some of the unpaid features from huge brands that that loved us!
CompareMyMobile.com have launched a new app which allows consumers to search through a database of 5,000 devices to keep up to date with the latest recycle prices.
We launched this after our company survey showed that although 94 per cent of people knew their old machines could be recycled, only 67 per cent actually had done it, and 60 per cent had no idea how much their device was worth.
The company tracks market prices daily to provide customers with the most up to date values. Check it out now.
Yes, that's right! Apple iPhones made up over 50 per cent of the phone recycling market in the first 58 days of 2013. In fact, February data shows that six out of the ten most popular recycled devices belonged to Apple.* *according to CompareMyMobile.com data
Are people switching to Android as the specifications of the iPhone 4s and 5 haven't lived up to their expectations? This trend does suggest disappointment.
However, we could see a shift again and more Android devices entering the top traded list with the release of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4.
The Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One announcements and the Blackberry Z10 release have sparked growths in handset valuations and trade-ins online according to our data.
There's been a 23 per cent increase in people valuing their Samsung phones in anticipation of the S4 release in late April this year as well as a 78 per cent increase at the HTC One release announcement. Early reports are showing the S4 has received four times as many pre-orders compared with the S3.
The Blackberry Z10 release also sparked a 62 per cent increase in Blackberry trade-ins.
Well we're not quite the British Secret Intelligence Service.
We, the founding team of CompareMyMobile actually spent a year developing, marketing, launching and running a mobile phone recycling company for 20:20 Mobile (a worldwide leading mobile phone distributor). The solution we pioneered still runs as a recycling platform for many more well known high street brands today!
So basically we used to build the big muscle cars, now as experts we help you test drive and choose! We are now 100% independent and impartial!