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CompareMyMobile was set up in 2009, and has since quoted £84.8m to users – collecting an extensive database of statistics about consumer trade-in habits.

What is more, with over 30 years of mobile industry experience between them, the directors of CompareMyMobile have worked for global leaders in mobile phone distribution and repair such as Kondor, Dextra Solutions, 20:20 Mobile, Brightstar, Frequency and Genuine solutions.

Such a background, combined with access to CompareMyMobile’s huge data collection, means they are well equipped to provide comment, analysis and advice for you stories and features.

PR Inquiries & Pack is always happy to help members of the press, bloggers and editors.

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  • Ashley Turner

    Co-Founder of

    +44 7590 116 943

    Space house, 22-24 Oxford Road, Bournemouth, BH8 8EZ

  • Bronya Smolen

    PR Executive

    0845 177 1881

    Space house, 22-24 Oxford Road, Bournemouth, BH8 8EZ

Press Mentions

Our unique data from being one of the original recycle sites in the UK earns us great mentions!

Here are some examples of what the press has been kind enough to say about

  • The Telegraph

    The price of a second-hand mobile phone has risen 68 per cent in a year to £101, according to new data.

  • Bloomberg Business Week tracks trade-in depreciation for more than 4,000 phones from 47 manufacturers

  • The Sun, Dan Jones

    Always check on a price comparison site such as CompareMyMobile to make sure you get the best deal

  • T3 magazine

    Apple products amassed to a huge 49% of the online gadget trade-in market in 2012

  • Mobile News

    CompareMyMobile has saved its customers more than £20 million since the service launched in 2009

2015 Phone Recycling Round up

CompareMyMobile research found that the average UK person has 1.28 unused devices they want to sell.

The average price of a traded-in handset for 2015 is £123.10.

The most traded in phone of 2015 was the iPhone 5 16GB, followed by the Samsung Galaxy S4.v

The handset which was traded in at the highest value was the iPhone 6S Plus 128GB at £515.30.

84.56% of customers traded in a phone with CompareMyMobile in 2015, and 12.18% traded in an iPad.

Apple was the most traded-in brand of 2015, closely followed by Samsung.

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