Recycling Specialists Offer Top Tips For Making Extra Cash
Experts at money4urmobile.com, mobile phone recycling specialists, are seeing a rise in the number of mobile phones being recycled which they are putting down to the British public becoming a little bit more thrifty.
Mobile phones are one of the highest money spinning products to recycle but they are not the only items that can bring in the cash, according to money4urmobile experts.
Prudent consumers can make cash in many ways, from taking back glass bottles and plastic bags to selling clothes on Ebay; or from selling scrap metal to even trading in your two pence pieces!
Top Tips for thrifty consumers:
Recyclable item - average price in return
Glass bottles - 30 pence
Printer cartridges - £3
Books - £3
Make up - Return empty containers for new product
Aluminium cans - 30-50 pence per kilo (approx. 72 cans)
CD’s, DVD’s and games - From 25p - £3
Clothes - Varies depending on quality and condition but there are plenty of websites where you can swap or sell clothes
These money spinning activities can all add up to a credit-crunch busting additional income!
Simon Dunn, director of money4urmobile.com commented: “We are witnessing a strong growth in the number of phones being sent to us for recycling, which we are putting down to people becoming more aware of the cash and environmental benefits of recycling mobile phones.
“Consumers are consciously looking for other ways to generate some more cash in this current climate and we wanted to offer a few additional tips of our own. While recycling mobile phones is still one of the highest cash generators, there are plenty of other ways that people can recycle and re-use old items and get paid for it.”
Money4urmobile.com pays on average £32 per phone depending on the model and condition with some handsets ringing in as much as £150.
With more people now looking for opportunities to generate cash during the economic downturn, recycling a mobile phone is a quick and easy way to earn money.
Money4urmobile.com offers consumers a financially and environmentally friendly way to dispose of old mobile phones with the added bonus of getting cash in return.
Visit money4urmobile.com or call 0845 466 7145 to find out how you can cash in on your old mobile phone.
End 2 April 2009
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