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For the first time in New Zealand, mobile phone users will be paid for their old and unwanted handsets as part of an innovative phone recycling and recovery scheme.
Money4Mobiles.co.nz aims to fully recycle as many mobile phones as possible within New Zealand, and give corporations and individuals the chance to put extra money in their pockets and help the environment too.
The phones recycled within New Zealand will be on-sold to emerging and developing nations including India, Russia, South America and China.
“There are around 1.8 million unused mobile phones gathering dust in cupboards and drawers within New Zealand alone,” says Money4Mobiles.co.nz director John Wilson.
“Money4Mobiles.co.nz encourages both individuals and businesses to send in their old mobiles for recycling and eventual sale to emerging and developing countries experiencing high demand for mobile phones.”
Users will be given price based on their input. Prices start from $1 for old phones and go up to $512 and payment will be made within five working days.
The company aims to recycle 75 percent of all phones received.

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