At least this one works. See, as a mobile tech blog, LaptopMemo talks a lot about new mobile phones and technology, but not getting rid of the old and getting in with the new. If you’re a UK reader (or possibly the service even works in the U.S.) CashForMobile lets you sell mobiles for cash and let’s you pick from a list of manufacturers, displaying the suggested prices for that said manufacturer and phone. As I found out, interestingly, there’s a lost of low-end Android phones in there; looks like no one really likes them.
After you’ve recycled your crummy old phones and you get cash for mobiles (the way those Brits say it, weird) then you can feel as good as you like, because you’re steadily helping the environment, even if it’s just one handset in particular. And the site’s user interface seems very reasonable to use, albeit slightly “purple” for those of you that don’t like purple.
In my opinion, you could use a site like this to figure out how much your phone is worth, then sell it on eBay. That way, using this mischievous idea, you could get away with not only cash for mobile phones but make the whole process quicker. So yeah, that’s CashForMobile, a recycling phone site built and hosted in the U.K that reportedly works pretty well and supports Samsung, LG, Nokia, Apple, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, HTC, and others besides the big guys in the mobile industry.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, written with my own opinion that is completely unchanged.