Mobile Phone Owners Make Money from Old Handsets with Recycle.co.uk
May 19, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle NewsMay 19, 2010 – As more and more people change their mobile phone handsets in this day and age, dedicated recycling website Recycle.co.uk is helping them to make money when getting rid of old handsets. The site compares deals available for selling old phones to help consumers cash in.
The site lets people advertise all kinds of unwanted consumer goods for free, with mobile phone users able to profit from its free recycle price comparison scheme. So instead of having an old phone sit in a drawer for years on end, people can now get a price for the handset and exchange it for money.
The phone recycling scheme includes all the famous names of the mobile phone world such as Nokia, Apple iPhone, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Blackberry, Motorola and Siemens. Among the companies who buy phones compared on the site are Argos and Boots, two companies who even allow people to swap their phones for vouchers redeemable at their stores.
Gareth Robinson, spokesperson for Recycle.co.uk, comments, "At Recycle.co.uk we can really help people to put goods to better use, and our program for people to recycle mobile phones for cash has proved a real winner. With people buying new handsets every six months or so now it's worth swapping an old handset for cash."
For more information see www.recycle.co.uk.
About ASAP Ventures Ltd
Recycle.co.uk is owned and operated by ASAP Ventures and was launched by the company in 2009. ASAP Ventures is a specialist in the online arena, with over 10 years' experience in creating and developing high performing websites in markets ranging from travel and recycling to dating and promotions. The company has expanded significantly over the last five years through a programme of domain name acquisition and development, with the company's portfolio of websites attracting tens of millions of visitors and creating over US$200 million in sales for their partners.
ASAP Ventures now operates four offices - three in the UK and one in Australia.