Apple, for those that have been living under a rock for the past few years are the makers of the iPhone, a phone that has took the mobile phone market by storm and has increased its fan base over those past few years through the pioneering technology and design that has put it ahead of its competitors.
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So what’s new for Apple? Well after the success of the iPhone 4S last Autumn, they are now about to launch a new iPhone in September 2012. At the moment many sites are guessing it will be called the iPhone 5.
So what does these mean for us iPhone owners of present? It means that the cost of an iPhone is going to drop over the next month. So if your anything like me, now is the perfect time to keep an eye on the prices of iPhones.
There are a number of services on hand, which are listed below.
A price comparison website that compares all the leading UK recycling companies such as Mazuma and Envirofone. These guys do all the hard work to offer you the best price possible. There are no fees to be paid, so the price you see is the price you get paid.
A site that most of us have heard of now, which runs on a bidding system. You could potentially get more back for your phone here, but you also run the risk of not getting as much back on the flip-side. There are also a number of fees that have to be taken into consideration – including listing fees and final valuation fees.
Here you can list an item with a set price, on a marketplace that serves 162 million customers world-wide. The drawbacks here include costly fees, and you could be waiting for weeks or months for your item to sell.
All three of these sites have some good pros and cons, but I feel that SellMyMobile.com comes in at the top of the list as they specialise solely in the recycling of mobile phones, and with no fees to pay – that’s a big plus.