How many cell phones have you got hanging about the house? Maybe you’ve got one you don’t use any more or are looking to buy a new one – here’s a guide to your recycling and re-using options for your smartphone. Got an old Nokia languishing in the drawer? As mobile phone technology becomes […]
The simple answer to this question is yes, you can sell a broken or damaged cell phone through the SellCell.com service. It doesn’t matter if you have drop kicked it into oblivion and smashed the screen, or been a bit too heavy handed and broken a power button, we still offer top prices for your […]
Over 70% of Americans don’t realize that they can recycle their old phones and tablets for cash; a shocking stat when you consider that equates to about 220 million people who either hang on to their old devices, or worst of all, chuck them in the garbage. (source: www.brunswick.oh.us) A question that we get asked […]
90% of American adults now own a cell phone and a staggering 125 million of these phones get discarded each year across the US. These phones go on to create 65,000 tons of trash, and that’s just from cell phones alone, without taking into account computers, laptops and other e-waste. This leaves just 10% of […]
Over 90% of American adults now own a cell phone, of which 58% are Smartphone’s; that is a huge statistic and one that is only going to keep growing. SellCell.com predict that with people upgrading their phones on an average every 18 months, it also means that a lot cellphones are becoming abandoned. Whether you […]
Do you want to change the look of your child’s bedroom but can’t afford to spend a great deal of money? There are plenty of ways you can add decorative touches to your child’s room without having to purchase a brand new bedroom suite. If you consider up-cycling or recycling existing pieces, you’ll be surprised […]
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If there’s an irony to our ultra-efficient tech culture, it’s how little attention is given to disposing of all the e-waste it creates. Only about 13 percent of the 53 million tons of electronic waste created in 2009 was recycled, according to data from ABI Research.
iPhone’s are expensive as we all know, so when sending devices like this through the mail you want to make sure that you have taken all the necessary precautions to protect yourself, and your iPhone.
Here are the answers to the most popular questions in the cell phone buyback world, we hope they help you understand how cell phone trade-in works and solve a few queries you have.