Another top network in UK for mobile phones has joined the comparison site that recycles gadgets CompareMyMobile.com. EE has also announced the launch of its gadget trading online service. It is the Recycle and Reward scheme, which facilitates the trade-in of devices ranging from tablet computers to mobile phones. Customers can compare the prices for devices currently on the market.

Customers were relieved to know that the Recycle and Reward scheme of the EE did not place restrictions on the networks that customers traded in; If they had the mobile phone network in their databases, then it was welcome. The customer also has a price promise whereby they return the phone freely unhappy with the quoted value. The company will also post it back for free, making it worth a try if you want to dispose your old gadgets

The reason for the partnership between the two is obvious. CompareMyMobile.com is has been comparing services in over 40 websites that recycle gadgets in UK with some of the industry leaders including Gadgets4Everyone, Money4Machines, Envirofone, Mazuma Mobile and O2 Recycle as part of the network. They basis of comparison is usually customer reviews and the product prices.

One can see 4,000+ gadgets with over 100,000 price listings that allows customers to obtain compensation as high as 450 GBP for their used electronic devices. They are impartial in determining who customers should run to if they want to get the best out of their used electronic gadgets. At CompareMyMobile.com, one may see verified reviews from past customers and actual recycle store prices for customers in UK.

The site believes that this transparency will win more confidence from the customers who visit. Since its 2009 launch, they have witnessed trading in gadgets worth more than 49.5million GBP. These included iPads, Satnavs, game consoles, mobile phones and tablets. Comparisons help the customer save as much as 43% and this is the advice CompareMyMobile.com gives to all. All they need to make informed decisions is an iOS/Android app that lets them track prices

 

By Alan