Do you have a collection of oldphones that have been sitting in your drawers for years? Why not sell them with Fonebank to make a bit of extracash? The average Brit only owns a handset for 18 months before deciding to upgrade. Issuing same day payment, Fonebank will recycle or reuse your unwanted mobile phones and maybe even give you money in return, as well as the piece of mind that your electrical items have been disposed of in a correct and harmless manner.
Based in the heart of London, Fonebank is a mobile phone recycling business founded in 2008 that is part of Corporate Mobile Recycling Ltd. They provide a comprehensive and easyto use service for the disposal of all mobiles whether they are new models, end-of-line or just surplus. Their fully inclusive service supports you from the point of free collection and evaluation to the safe payment and disposal of faulty mobiles. Currently taking in almost 100,000 units per month, Fonebank is accessible across Europe. At the heart of the business is a desire to prevent environmentaldamage and pollution from the incorrect disposal of mobile phones. Fonebank’s Environmental Management System is accredited to BS EN ISO14001:1996 and EMAS legislation and exceeds the requirements of the WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive) initiative. Targeting everyone from individuals to families, small offices to multinationalcorporations, Fonebank hopes to make a difference with recycling scheme as well as dedicated work with charities such as Oxfam and WaterAid.
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Services offered by Fonebank
Selling your mobile online with Fonebank is an easy and efficient way to turn your unwanted handsets into money. Search for your mobile using the IMEI number or model and see how much it is worth. Quality options are indicated to give you a good estimate but evaluation is conducted once Fonebank receives the mobile. Payment can be made via cheque in the post or BACS banktransfer. A range of posting options is available. The special delivery method is recommended and simple – just print off the postage label and send from a Post Office. A free tracked service allows you to print a pre-paid label and post your items with evidence and tracking (max. 4 phones). A free courier collection is a good way of clearing out the families’ collection of unwanted mobiles, available on returns of 5 mobiles or more. Alternatively, you could visit a store to deposit your phone.
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What is good, unlike some other company of same field leave it to customer to send mobile set your own.
But Fonebank arrange it .
What is not good? Not good is when I checked value online with IEME number, value was different but once it's delivered to Fonebank they revaluate it different
I think this is an unnecessary exercises
Simply take it by seller cost will be valuate on receipt of mobile set,that's simple.
But whatever value they paid to me that was also not bad at all but my concern is still there.