Debenhams Mobile Recycling
Debenhams Mobile Phone Recycling
Debenhams Mobile Phone Recycling is a website that gives a chance to your old mobile phones to become useful once again. The exchange old mobile phones for gift cards and their website show consumers every step of the way.
How Debenhams recycle mobile phones will be discussed in detail as well as a Debenhams Mobile Recycling review will follow rating the website as a whole.
Debenhams is one of the original shops that promote mobile phone and other electronic gadgets recycling. They are one of the pioneer companies that have made it a point to go greener by recycling. It is a given fact that there is less material to refurbish and recycle a phone rather than to make one.
The website is very straight forward with no frills and fuss about anything rather than how to recycle your old phone. It has a few tabs to go to; a tab to search for your mobile phone unit, a tab explaining step by step instructions on how to send in your mobile phone, a tab locating all your orders, a tab for all your frequently asked questions and last is a tab to contact Debenhams in case you have a question regarding your order. You can contact customer service by phone, through email and also through post.
A useful but often overlooked area of the site is the Top Model Phones that Debenhams Mobile Phone Recycling purchases. This will give a consumer a bird eye view on what phone units have more value than the others. A feedback link as also available for members to post their views and comments about the mobile recycling site.
How does Debenhams Mobile Phone Recycling work?
Debenhams Mobile Phone Recycling works in just 3 simple steps. The first step, just like any website that offers phone recycling, is you have to find the brand and the model of your mobile phone. If you don't know the model number of your phone, you have to find the IMEI number of your unit. Debenhams instructs the consumer on how to find the IMEI number of their phone by typing *#06# using their numeric keypads.
Next, Debenhams will send a shipping envelope with a tracking number so you could ship the phone back for free. Take note of the tracking number so you can call customer service in case there are problems with your order. Payment is sent after 72 hours a in the form of a gift card. You can now use your card in any Debenhams outlet.
Debenhams, being one of the first companies to offer phone recycling has little to offer in its website. This Debenhams Mobile Recycling review gives a below average rating for the site. This rating is so because there is little to offer when it comes to recycling information. The website has room for improvement when it comes to website design, consumer appeal and also more detailed information on how Debenhams Mobile Phone Recycling is done. The website could also improve in making a link or a tab about Debenhams Gift cards or certificates so that consumers can see what they are getting out of cashing in their old phones.
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