Offers Cash for Broken and Used Cell Phones; Helps keep eWaste out of Landfills

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The website that buys consumers' iPods, iPhone, Zunes and Game Consoles for quick and easy cash is now paying cash for used and broken Cell Phones, offers a simple way to recycle broken and old cellphones, and is a 100% wind powered business., now buys your used, broken or otherwise unwanted Mobile Phones, Smart Phones, Cellular Phones, iPods, iPhones, Zunes and game consoles of all types, in any condition, for top dollar. is green-minded, recycling your electronics and keeping harmful materials out of landfills while filling your pockets with cash.

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Check back soon and often for changes, as we plan to add laptops this Spring, and to continue adding a new category of electronics each month thereafter.

The website that gave consumers an easy, lucrative and environmentally conscious way to recycle broken, used or otherwise unwanted iPods, iPhones, Zunes and Game Consoles (including Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft) now includes Cell Phones, PDAs and Smart Phones. is now a 100% wind powered business, to boot. is the perfect blend of the free market system and an eco-friendly organization. is the easiest way for people to get paid for unwanted consumer electronics. buys consumer electronics of all types and conditions, giving people better prices than those found on sites like eBay, Craigslist or other buy/sell sites.

The user-friendly website and reliable customer service make the usually challenging process of unloading electronics a hassle-free endeavor. provides a second life for unused electronics by recycling, repairing (and swapping parts with broken gadgets) or reselling the products they receive. They also offer a way to dispose of older models of mobile phones such as that old, boxy, ten pound Motorola in an environmentally safe manner by offering free recycling.

The eco-friendly nature of this site is the real deal. is 100% wind powered, reuses packaging and keeps its offices near shipping facilities to minimize the need for transportation. By selling electronics to, consumers can keep unwanted electronics, and the heavy metals and leads they contain, out of landfills while putting cash in their pockets. offers the perfect way to motivate consumers towards recycling unwanted goods.

It does not matter if it's a used BlackBerry 650, a sad faced iPod Video, or an XBox with a disk read error, offers the most money, fastest payment and simplest web interface to those looking to unload some obsolete items. Customers visiting the site can simply submit the type and condition of their device on for an instant online quote. The company pays within 48 hours of receipt through PayPal by check.

Founded in 2006 and privately owned, the company has its headquarters in Denver, CO. founder and president, Brett Mosley, says the company intends to expand its market to include other electronics such as laptop computers and digital cameras in the near future. "We are excited about the success of the site and are thrilled we can already offer these new services to our customers," Mosley says. "Check back soon and often for changes, as we plan to add laptops this Spring, and to continue adding a new category of electronics each month thereafter."

Types of gadgets currently purchased by include: All Verizon, AT&T / Cingular, T-Mobile, Sprint / Nextel, Alltel, US Cellular and other carrier cell phones, including Blackberry, HTC, Nokia, Apple iPhone, Motorola, Palm, LG, Sanyo, Sony Ericsson, Samsung and HP mobile phones and smart phones. also accepts, iPod Touch, iPod Classic, iPod Video, iPod Photo, iPod Nano, iPod Mini, iPod 4th -1st Generation, iPod Shuffle; Microsoft Zune, Nintendo Wii, Game Cube, Super Nintendo, Nintendo DS Lite and Gameboy Advance; Microsoft X-Box 360 Elite, Premium, Arcade, Core, and Microsoft X-Box Original; Sony Playstation 3 (PS3), 2 (PS2), 1 (PS1) and PSP. For additional details, visit

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