OldCellPhone.com Reaches Benchmark in Cash for Cell Phone Program

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Circulating 20,000 handsets a month, 300 old cell phone models are now accepted for cash.

What should I do with my old cell phones?

After a year and a half, OldCellPhone.com is pleased to announce the Turn Your Old Cell Phones into Cash Program circulates 20,000 handsets a month and now purchases 300 different models for cash. With two million hits per month to the website, OldCellPhone.com provides cell phone recycling services to cellular users across the United States with fast, efficient service and new, extended offerings.

"Over 150 million cell phones are thrown away each year, and it is very harmful to the environment," explained Rob Newton, President of OldCellPhone.com. "Most consumers don’t know what to do with their old models, so they just throw them in the trash. OldCellPhone.com makes it very easy to turn old, unused models lying around the house into cash."

It takes only three easy steps for a consumer to get cash for cell phones. By logging on to OldCellPhone.com, users find the make, model and value of the phones they want to recycle. After entering the appropriate shipping information, OldCellPhone.com provides the postage-paid return box for free shipping, and the cash is sent 30 days later. Currently, OldCellPhone.com purchases 300 different cell phones for cash, and pays anywhere from $1 - $200 per phone.

About OldCellPhone.com

In response to the predicted 500 million old cell phones weighing over 250,000 tons and potentially entering our waste stream, OldCellPhone.com’s solid mission is to provide an environmentally safe solution for the popular dilemma, "What should I do with my old cell phones?" Recycling them prevents the toxic materials present in their makeup (lead, arsenic, etc) from reaching landfills, thereby protecting the environment. For more information, please visit http://www.oldcellphone.com.


Rob Newton


Phone 772-871-9799

Fax 772-871-9975

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