Mobile phone recycling is increasing in 2012.
As more and more new devices are released on the market, mobile phone recycling continues to climb. It seems more people are aware of the benefits mobile phone recycling can offer. It does not matter whether a person is replacing their old flip phone for a smart phone or upgrading from smart phone to smart phone, the recycling process can be beneficial to all.… Read the rest
In 2003 a law was introduced in the UK to specifically ban the use of a hand-held mobile phone while driving. The law was reviewed in 2007 to allow for harsher penalties for those caught and to also cover the increase in popularity of satellite navigation systems and smartphones, so that it wasn’t just phone calls and text messages that people could be penalised for, but using any system that involved sending and receiving data.… Read the rest
Learn how to get the best deal with mobile phone recycling.
To obtain the best deal for your old mobile phone, you can do several things. First, shop around and check out the history of companies. If you have found a mobile phone recycling company before but cannot find anything on it, the company could be a scam. … Read the rest
Friday saw SellMyMobile.com featured on the BBC News, in an article on how people can get cash back, and help the environment, when they come to disposing their old mobile phone handsets.
“Millions of old mobile phones languish in cupboards and drawers across the UK, and there are dozens of websites that will offer you cash for old handsets – but are you getting a good deal?… Read the rest
Upgrade to a newer phone for better apps.
Mobile phone recycling provides you with a way to gain a little money towards your next mobile phone. For those who already have a new mobile phone, the recycling money one earns can help to pay it off or at least add a bit to one’s bank account after the depletion. … Read the rest