About 8 Mobile
8mobile is a company that helps you recycle your old and unused mobile phone handsets in exchange for money. Quickly.They can guarantee that you won't find a simpler, easier or more hassle-free way of recycling your phone than with them.
By recycling your handset you will be helping preserve the fragility of our environment by making good use of the raw materials that go into producing each and every handset that exists, and a fantastic by-product of that for you is that you can benefit financially from doing so.That's right, you can earn money -direct into your bank account- from sending your phone to them today.
So remember, if you've got handsets that you no longer need because you have upgraded your contract, or know of friends or family who no longer use them, then don't trash it, cash it!
They pay you your money straight into your bank account within 48 hours of receiving your mobile phone. 8mobile is dead proud of how simple their website is to use. See for yourself! All you have to do is either click on a mobile phone brand and choose your actual mobile phone, or simply use their handy mobile phone finder tool.
Find out how much money you can get when you sell and recycle your Apple iPhone, Samsung, HTC, Motorola, O2, Sony Ericsson, Blackberry, Nokia mobile phone with them today! Simply tell them the current state of the mobile and they will give you a cash valuation to recycle your phone right now. 8mobile.com pays cash for many other makes and models of mobile phone handsets.Why not take a look at the hundreds of other mobile phones you can sell and recycle for cash.
Use the tool found on their website to find out how much they can pay you to recycle yourmobile phone today. Just enter the 15 digit IMEI number of your mobile. Now what is your IMEI? Type in *#06# into the phone to find out. Whether you are selling a working condition or not, 8mobile will be glad to accept it.
Not working means :
Your handset should at least include its battery (don’t worry if it’s missing the charger or any memory cards). Be fully intact i.e. Not in parts.
Example of things that are acceptable are broken or bleeding LCD screen,blank display, no power up, faulty touch screen etc.
Working means your handset should:
Switch on and off
Not be broken or have damaged from any liquid
Be fully functional ( but don’t worry general wear and tear is fine!)
Include the battery ( don’t worry if it’s missing the charger or any memory cards)
Screen should be working
About posting your phone, the easiest method is to simply post your package into a Post-box or to drop it into your nearest branch of The Post Office. Estimated time of delivery is 1-2 working days.
A Royal Mail Certificate of Posting provides proof of postage and will ensure that in the unlikely event of your handset being lost or damaged whilst on it’s way to them, Royal Mail will cover the contents for up to £41.00 as compensation. You can obtain one from your local branch of The Post Office. They recommend using this method at the very least for your handset. Estimated time of delivery is 1-2 working days.
Get in touch with 8mobile, tell them what you think and give them suggestions. Join them on the following sites:facebook.com/8mobile, twitter.com/8mobileuk and 8mobile Turn your Mondays into Fundays! You can also contact them through phone, email and writing.