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Cell Phone Recycling Revenue to Increase

Revenue for the cell phone recycling industry is estimated to increase until 2019, according to a recently updated report from IBISWorld. The industry is being fueled by growing cell phone ownership, the emergence of smartphone technologies and rapid rates of mobile phone replacement rates. According to the EPA, between 130 … Read more »

Cash Gets Customers to Recycle Mobile Phones

When it comes to mobile phone recycling programs, consumers want cash, according to a Compass Intelligence report. “Mobile Phone Reuse and Recycling Survey: Understanding Consumer Behavior” finds cash is the biggest incentive in recycling phones, but very few recycling programs offer cash. In 2011, less than 11 percent of respondents … Read more »

E-Cycle Launches Wireless Buyback Portal

Mobile buyback and recycling company e-Cycle has launched an online tool that buys used mobile phones and tablets and pays consumers for their used devices while deleting data and recycling the e-waste. The company purchases more than 150 types of mobile phones and tablets, issuing a check or PayPal payment … Read more »

Sprint Beats Rivals on Green Initiatives

Sprint has carried out more green initiatives than any competing mobile operator in the United States, according to Frost & Sullivan, which awarded the company its 2012 North American Award for Green Excellence. The analysis and consulting firm presents the award each year to the company that, compared to its … Read more »

Sprint Buyback Program Ranked No. 1

Sprint Nextel’s phone buyback program is the top-ranked out of major US carriers, according to a report by Compass Intelligence. For the second consecutive year, Sprint’s trade-in program beat those from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and US Cellular in overall ranking. The company’s messaging of the program in signage and sponsorships, … Read more »

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