Orlando, FL (PRWEB) June 22, 2006
SellyourCell.com, America’s Original Wireless Recycler, will purchase used Apple iPod portable media devices from consumers for between $19.00 and $149.00 at http://www.SellyourCell.com/ipod.
“Offering to purchase the Apple iPod is big step for us, as it is outside of our corporate emphasis on cell phones. However, the internet infrastructure and technical facilities we have in place are well-adapted for adding this to our product mix. Additionally, we love the iPod as a product, and look forward to repurposing ones that would wind up in someone’s drawer until they were obsolete,” said Keith Ori, CEO of SellyourCell.com.
“Apple is coming out with new, better, and smaller technology at a faster pace than even the wireless phone industry, which is amazing in and of itself. However, this creates very short product life cycles, and therefore the need to recycle is apparent,” said Ori.
To facilitate the iPod purchase, SellyourCell.com has added an iPod category to their website at http://www.sellyourcell.com. Fifteen different iPod models will be purchased. Each individual model of iPod is clearly described to avoid confusion on the part of the site user.
In addition to paying consumers to recycle their iPods and cell phones, SellyourCell.com has always offered free shipping, and their new “Speedy Ship” option allows the consumer to download a pre-paid return mailing label at the time of the order.
“We are the first company of any scale that we are aware of to offer to purchase and recycle iPods for consumers, and it is exciting to be an innovator,” Ori said.
SellyourCell.com is a six-year-old subsidiary of Sundog Inc., based in Orlando, Florida. Sellyourcell.com offers to pay consumers to recycle their used cell phones and Apple iPods through their website http://www.sellyourcell.com. This process eliminates a number of hazardous and harmful substances from coming into contact with the environment and provides a generous financial incentive for participating. SellyourCell.com is one of the oldest companies offering this type of service and continues to be a leader in the wireless recycling industry.