Offers Free Guide Book on How to Recycle Cell Phones

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Â?For Cell By Owner: The Cellphone Recycling GuideÂ? is an 11-page guidebook that describes how profits can be obtained from old cell phones

How many old cell phones do you have hidden away at your home or office? If you are like millions of other people, you probably have at least one – and maybe more than one – old cell phone that you stopped using when you bought a new model.

It’s a good thing you didn’t simply throw that old phone away – it’s probably worth some money, and you may be able to sell it for cash. And if you have a bit of the entrepreneur in you, you may be able to collect other old cell phones and convert them into cash, too.

Learning all the ins and outs of recycling old cell phones just got a whole lot easier, thanks to a new free guide book available at The 11-page book, For Cell By Owner – The Cellphone Recycling Guide, explains all you need to know about finding and collecting used cell phones and then selling them for cash via the website.

"There is, needless to say, an exploding market in the recycling of cell phones, and opportunities abound for the right individual to make collecting and selling used cell phones a lucrative part time small business," the guide book says.

To obtain the guide book, simply go to website, scroll down, and click on the “For Cell By Owner” graphic.

The booklet was put together by the staff at, a web site operated by RMS Communications Group Inc. of Ocala, Fla., a successful re-marketer and recycler of used cell phones. The company also operates several other web sites that offer cash for used cell phones.

“We hope that entrepreneurially-driven people will go to the website, download the guide book, read it, and then think about partnering with us,” said James Mosieur, RMS Communications’ chief executive officer. “The manual is free and it contains valuable information on cell phone recycling that is not available anywhere else.”

Typically, pays between $3 and $173 for each useable phone, and will carefully recycle and dispose of phones that are unusable. Usable phones are remarketed and may be resold around the world. Many phones are donated to domestic violence shelters, senior centers or other worthwhile organizations.

About, a web site operated by RMS Communications Inc., provides consumers and businesses a convenient way to get cash for cell phones that otherwise lay idle. More information can be found at

About RMS Communications Group Inc.

Since 1985 RMS Communications Group, Inc. has been a leading wireless wholesaler with customers all over the world. It supports the wireless industry with innovative services designed to help service providers, wireless agents and corporate customers get the most out of their wireless devices. More information can be found at

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