Sony Ericsson has agreed to the European Commission’s request, and will soon be changing to a universal phone charger. It is a surprising about face for the Swedish company that joined with Japanese electronics giant Sony in 2001. Previously they had always been resolute about keeping their own design for a mobile charger, but the pressure from the European Commission to reduce the waste has meant big changes ahead.
Apple also will be dropping their own charger in favour for the mini USB port, along with a whole host of other mobile manufacturers such as LG, Motorola, Samsung and Nokia. For Apple it is a big surprise as all their current technology runs on their own dock connector, and they have had good success it leasing the technology out to other firms.
From the consumer’s point of view there are many advantages. For a start there is no reason to throw out all those old phone chargers. With just one simple connection people will soon stack up a fair few viable chargers. With that in mind there will come a time where manufacturers can omit the charger completely and have it instead as a separate purchasable entity. Less chargers being produced has to have a good impact on their carbon footprints.
Recycling has become very important in today’s world, so don’t forget to sell your old phone to us at Mazuma Mobile. We are leading mobile phone recycling specialists and proudly boast that we reuse up to 95% of all the mobile phones we buy.
Getting money for selling mobile phones to us at Mazuma Mobile is one of the simplest processes around. We endeavour to ensure that everything from pinpointing your phone’s model and make, to getting the most money for your phone is as simple as possible.
We realise that the tough financial times may mean that you are looking to make money by whatever means you possibly can, and that by getting cash for your old phones froma company like Mazuma Mobile, you can easily make yourself a little extra money.
Selling your old mobiles for cash is a great way to earn money from something that is probably laying around your house unused. First go to our website and see how much money you can get for selling us your old mobile phones. It’s all so simply laid out. Just find the manufacturer from the list, and click on the phone you are selling to get a quote. Fill out the address forms and tick the agreement buttons and hey presto, the process has begun.
Next wait for our package in the mail. Just pop your old phone in the freepost mail, and stick it in the letterbox. Once the phone is checked out, you will receive a cheque in the post. Finally, cash the cheque and count the readies.
Recycling your old mobile phones couldn’t be any easier. And not only do you get a little extra cash, but you help the environment a little too.
The recent Mazuma Mobile
TV adverts have featured a catchy Mazuma jingle. Since the jingle was released in November of 2010 we have had a large number of people enquiring to know the lyrics of the jingle.
For all you Mazuma Mobile jingle fans out there, here are the lyrics:
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We’ll give you cash and find it a new home
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Pop your phone into the bag and cash comes to you
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The leaves may be falling but there’s no reason for your mood to dip. With plenty of new phones out there to play with and test, now is a great time to sell your mobile and invest in a new one.
With so many great phones out at the moment, there is great choice, great value and lots of fun. Take the brilliant new iPhone 4, the most attractive phone ever with its toughened exterior of glass and stainless steel, black sleek look and discrete but professional side buttons. Its brilliant display and fantastic sound give you a great experience and the multitasking facilities work fast and efficiently allowing you to play games and use apps quickly and easily.
Perhaps the 12mp Camera with Xenon flash on the new Nokia N8 will take your fancy. The dual microphone means the N8 will give you excellent sound recording when filming. And linking the 720p HD video output to your TV set means you get to see your movies on the big screen.
Or the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini. This tiny phone, about the size of a credit card, has only three buttons. Coming in a variety of different colours including hot pink and passionate red this elegant little device is incredibly simple.
Whichever you decide to go for this autumn, don’t forget to log on to us at Mazuma Mobile where you can sell your old mobiles for cash.
Everybody could do with a little extra cash, and selling your old mobile phones seems like a good way to do it. We at Mazuma Mobile have been dealing with mobile recycling for many years now and know how nervous people get with the idea of posting their phones to us, so not only have we made it as simple as we possibly can, but we also give our 6 cast iron promises to ensure you are happy with every step of the way.
First off, our Price Promise means we guarantee the full price quoted, provided it matches our terms and conditions, and if there is a problem, we will send you a revised quote. If you aren’t happy with the revised deal, we promise to send it straight back free of charge.
We promise to make payment on the same day as we receive the phone. That means you get your money as quickly as possible. Once you have agreed to our terms, we promise to send you a freepost package so all you have to do is drop your phone in and send it off.
We promise our website will keep all your personal details completely safe. Also all phones sent to us are totally cleared, so any of your personal information is totally wiped from your phone before we consider recycling. And finally, we promise to do our best to reuse every phone we get, and any we can’t we will recycle in the most environmentally friendly way.
For students, the time for scrimping and saving has never been more pronounced than now, with the importance making sure you maximise your money and minimise your spending more prominent than ever. And yet, in the drawers and desks around the country there are literally millions of pounds waiting to be claimed.
Old mobile phones may seem like junk to you. Perhaps you are thinking you will keep them just for back up, in case something happens to your current phone, but is it really necessary to keep so many? And are you really going to be seen using that old thing?
Before you throw it on the scrapheap though, why not consider sending your old mobile phone to us at Mazuma Mobile? We specialise in reselling your phone to countries that have a need for mobile technology. That ensures your phone doesn’t end on the ever increasing landfill sites around the country, but goes to someone who can love it in the same way you have.
We have been phone recycling for cash for many years now and are now recycling over 150,000 mobiles every month, making us one of the leading mobile phone reuse specialists in Europe.
So why not check out our website and find out what you old phone is worth. Recycling your mobile could not be any easier.
Now that the storm over the reception issues surround Apple’s latest iteration of the iPhone has subsided, you may be considering upgrading from your old mobile phone.
Despite the interference problems with reception because of the antenna, the Apple iPhone 4 is still one of the best phones money can buy. For a start it is the thinnest smartphone you can buy. Apple boast that it is 25% smaller than any of the previous iPhones, and despite the fact that it feels more chunky, it is actually fractionally heavier than the iPhone 3G.
It also has the highest resolution display of any phone ever. That can really make a difference if you need a little more clarity. One of the complaints of previous models was that whilst definition was good, it could still be a little blurred with the small text most phones use nowadays.
The iPhone also provides you with the closest thing to video phoning available on the market. Its inward camera is glitch free and works easily enough, and the outward camera too is of excellent quality.
So why did they get the antenna problem wrong? According to sources inside Apple, the pressure of the launch date and the insistence on design over efficiency meant that a few issues got overlooked. It’s a shame since this phone is clearly a remarkable product.
As with all premium smartphones, the iPhone 4 is expensive. If you’re looking to finance a purchase of one, why not sell your mobile to us at Mazuma Mobile? We deal with mobile phone recycling, which can help you get some cash for your next exciting iPhone 4.
If you don’t have a mobile phone graveyard of your own someplace – a drawer, cupboard, tub – then you’ve undoubtedly helped to contribute to the huge number of phones thrown straight into the bins, headed for landfill. It can be tricky to come across proper recycling facilities, and sometimes a hassle to investigate, but with Mazuma Mobile, you can easily recycle mobile phones you no longer want, saving your phones from a one way trip to the tip and making yourself some money in the process.
We offer cash for mobiles, taking them off your hands in order to refurbish them and pass them along to new users in countries where mobile phone demand is on the rise. This solution to the disposable nature of our current contract phone culture is one which saves perfectly adequate phones from being wasted and stops unnecessary pollution.
Selling mobile phones on can be otherwise impossible (who wants your rejects?), but we make it simple. You can simply enter your make and model number into our site and see how much we can offer you for your phone. The amount will depend on how old your phone is and whether or not it is in working condition, but it’s undoubtedly more money than your phone will make you sitting in a drawer untouched.
By offering this cash incentive, we hope to help save the planet from the unnecessary waste of discarding quite useable mobiles, in addition to providing more accessible mobile communication for other nations.