Boots Mobile phone Recycling is a Voucher only paying scheme for handset recycling. With luck. Is Boots Recycle safe? This Boots Recycle review should let you know if Boots Recycle can be trusted and if the payment options, services and price bands make Boots mobile phone recycling any good?
Boots now provides customers the ability to convert their old handsets into vouchers via a Boots gift card. There is no added cash value, unlike some other recycling companies which offer a larger amount if you take vouchers/points instead of cash. This means you recycle your handset, digital camera, sat nav, mp3 player and inkjet cartridges for Advantage Card points.
Boots is run through Redeem PLC
Find out how Boots Recycle works - On the Boots internet site there is basic search function in the middle of the page, letting you swiftly locate your handset to view how many points you could be given.
Upon getting the phone, Boots examines the IMEI number (national crime database lost, barred or stolen check). To find your IMEI number - go to your device display and enter *#06# this is done on the touch screen dialing pad or normal home screen keypad if it is not a touch screen phone.
Boots will give you an envelope/leaflet with all the info you need, plus a free-post address label. Simply pop the used mobile which you intend to get rid of for points inside the envelope and send to Boots.
Boots operate a free-post service via the Royal Mail, Choosing a recorded postal service by going to your Post Office for high value devices will insure you up to, or around £39), special delivery offers much higher insurance - but at a cost.
Boots has a single procedure to getting everyone cash for your old handset. You should keep in mind that there are various high-speed methods to process payment provided by companies, the Boots voucher can only be used in Boots and must be posted, you could use other companies for payment methods such as bank transfer and PayPal
Boots Advantage Card - Sell off the mobile to get credit in Boots points on a gift card, this is dispatched to you immediately after they have plus look at the phone.
Boots charitable organisation associate has always been Macmillan Cancer Support. They contribute £1 for each and every posted functioning device recycled and 20p for every listed inkjet cartridge.
You may as well add gift aid to the order so that an added 28p for every £1 given will be reclaimed.
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