Website Gives You Cash for Old Cell Phones! The Perfect Answer to “What to Do with an Old Cell Phone?”!
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This website gives you [Page no longer available – we have linked to the archive.org version instead]! That’s right, they will buy used cell phones, and give you cash for them! And they make it so easy, they even send you a free, postage-paid box to send your old cell phones back to them!

The site, [Page no longer available – we have linked to the archive.org version instead], will buy used cell phones of all sorts! Used Verizon cell phones, used Sprint cell phones, Nokia, Samsung, Blackberries, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Nextel, Kyocera – you name it – if you have a used cell phone, they’ll probably buy it!


Some phones only fetch a few dollars – $10.00 or so – but most will net you more, and many of them fetch well over $50.00, and even over $100.00. And even if it’s only $10.00, with the postage-paid free box that they send you, that’s pure profit – $10.00 in your pocket! Would you rather have an old, unused phone that you are never going to use any more (and let’s face it, nobody likes to throw away perfectly usable phones, so we never do, right?), or the cash in your pocket?

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One thought on “Website Gives You Cash for Old Cell Phones! The Perfect Answer to “What to Do with an Old Cell Phone?”!
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  1. This is good to know. I just found 3 old cell phones that have been sitting in a drawer of mine for the last year. I hate to throw them in the trash. I know you can also find place to donate them (women’s shelters for example0 Cash is better though! Thanks

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