Earn From Your Old Mobile Phones Through USPS Recycling Program
Disposing old cell phones these days doesn’t have to make you feel guilty and distressed. Sure, you’ve spent a good deal of money from what was once your favorite gadget, only that, it’s time to retire the device or it will only end up being another mess at your disposal.
The good news is, you can trade it for some cash via U.S. Postal Service’s recycling program which expanded availability to 3,100 retail locations.
According to the Sacbee.com report, USPS is collaborating with MaxBack, an electronics recycling company which specializes in reducing waste that ends up in landfills by either buying back or simply recycling unwanted electronics.
So if you have extra mobile phones that are just accumulating dusts in your room, why not just convert them for a few dollars. Here’s how:
- Search for your cell phone or electronic device
- Receive an instant quote and accept
- Mail it FREE via USPS Priority Mail
- Once MaxBack receives your item, they’ll inspect it and then send you your cash
“The U.S. Postal Service is making recycling your old cell phone quicker and easier than ever before,” said Gary Reblin, vice president of Domestic Products. “We’ve expanded this recycling program to offer more consumers the opportunity to protect the environment and put some money in their pocket at the same time and with USPS, the shipping is free.”
Aside from old mobile phones, other products that are qualified in USPS recycling program include PDAs, MP3 players, digital cameras, and used inkjet cartridges.