Earth Day 2010: Envirofone Recycles Mobile Phones for Environment

Today is Earth Day 2010 and has been put in place to inspire people and give them awareness and appreciation for the Earth’s environment, why don’t we help by recycling our mobile phones.

Envirofone is a very good place to start, they are the UK’s leading mobile phone recyclers and allow you to sell your mobile phone where you can earn up to £200, and you will also be saving the environment by sending to them and not throwing it in the rubbish bin.

All you need to do is find your old handset, then simply search on Envirofone for your old mobile phone to see how much it is worth, then just provide them with the details.

You can then send your phone to Envirofone free of charge, yes they will provide you with a padded envelope and a freepost address label, just put your handset in and send. All you need to do now is sit back and wait for your payment, they will test and validate that your old mobile phone meets our terms and conditions.

An Example: There is two fields, one for brand and one for model, we put in ‘Apple’ and ‘iPhone 3GS’, the results came back saying for the iPhone 3GS 16GB they will pay £255.09, and for the 32GB model it says £280.00.

Visit Envirofone and get cash for your mobile phone, gives you money and helps the environment. Please let us know if you have used them before and give us details about their service.

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3 thoughts on “Earth Day 2010: Envirofone Recycles Mobile Phones for Environment”

  1. It is great that everyone is starting to recycle their phones. It really helps the environment! I have used a few different services over the last few years and have had no problems. Just seems too good to be true to get some money AND do your bit for the environment loll.

  2. It is good to see more and more people recycling their old unwanted and unused phones. You can even recycle broken mobile phones and still get most of the value of similar working phones. But as a whole the percentage of the population that are actually recycling their old phones is still quite low, something that the increasing numbers of phone buyers have already realised.

  3. Yeah I have to agree that the mobile recycling process is coming on leaps and bounds over the past couple of years. It's good to see that new and broken phones are being tidied up and carbon footprints are slowly being reduced.

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