OnRecycle.co.uk supports the sale of mobile phones, laptops, sat-navs, cameras, tablets, MP3 players and games consoles
Basingstoke, Hampshire (PRWEB UK) 25 May 2013
In an age of disposable gadgets where missing out on the latest tech is not an option and more and more of us are using our gadgets in the workplace, consumers and businesses are missing out on cash back for their outdated tech. OnCommerce Ltd today announced the launch of OnRecycle.co.uk, a gadget recycle comparison website, after securing a major investment deal from leading IT distributor and manufacturer Centerprise International.
The website will give consumers and businesses a platform on which to compare the best deals across all reputable trade-in companies in the UK. “The OnBuy marketplace is launching in July, and OnRecycle supports the project by offering consumers a way to sell old electronic gadgets for the most money possible,” comments Cas Paton, MD of OnCommerce Ltd.
“The number of electronic devices in circulation is rising dramatically every year, and we have now created a convenient way for people to sell old technology for the most money possible. By carrying out the transaction through OnRecycle.co.uk, there is also an added level of protection.”
Garry Stevens, Group CEO of Centreprise International said, “OnRecycle will directly integrate with OnBuy allowing consumers to trade-off outdated technology with new technology, giving them the best deal on the market. This is an exciting concept for both consumers and businesses alike, especially considering how quickly we all want the latest gadgets and the rise in BYOD.”
OnCommerce has announced that since their announced launch they have already secured a large number of major retailers for the OnBuy Marketplace, which that claim will be announce in June – ready for their intended launch in July. In the meantime, the first taste of the new marketplace will be the OnRecycle project. OnRecycle.co.uk supports the sale of mobile phones, laptops, sat-navs, cameras, tablets, MP3 players and games consoles. So why not go ahead and Sell Your Phone?