Phone recycling

Mobile phones can be sold or donated to give them a new lease of life, helping poorer people in the developing world. Those that can’t be re-used or re-furbished in this way are recycled according to EU Standards. By recycling, you give new life to old technology and keep those toxic e-waste materials from causing harm to our environment. Many of the companies listed in our directory also use some of the proceeds to support charities and sustainable causes.

Did you know that just one mobile phone battery has enough cadmium to pollute up to 600,000 litres of water? That’s very, very bad for our planet. And just think, if everyone in the country upgrades their old mobile once a year how much pollution that could cause. All it takes to stop this is a quick check to see which mobile phones we recycle for cash – with so many covered, there is no excuse not to sell your mobile.

Help the environment and poorer people, while earning money for your old mobile!

The environmental cost of technology

“Globalization, as defined by rich people like us, is a very nice thing… you are talking about the Internet, you are talking about cell phones, you are talking about computers. This doesn’t affect two-thirds of the people of the world.” – Jimmy Carter

Money4myMobile is the UK’s friendliest mobile phone trading platform that pays the general public to recycle their old mobile phones for cash. Recycling mobile phones is good for you and the planet. You get cash for your old mobile and can buy stuff you love. You do something for the environment and help the planet you love. You stop old mobile phones going into landfill sites. You help recycle materials from old phones that can’t be reused.

Sell, trade in or recycle your mobile phone for cash

Phone Recycle Bank run a daily independent price check to ensure they give you their best price. Secondly you want a phone recycler you can trust. Phone Recycle Bank take recycling seriously; of handsets they receive 100% are recycled in line with EU regulations of this 80% are refurbished for reuse in the UK and developing countries.

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