Founded in Paris in 1925, SAGEM was a French company that specialised in mechanics. SAGEM stands for the Society of General Application of Electricity and Mechanics. When they were formed, their name was associated with a variety of different product types, including electrical components, power distribution equipment, projectors, military equipment and cameras. Since the 1980s SAGEM decided to target the consumer electronics and telecommunications sectors, and developed a wide range of mobile telephones towards the latter end of the 90s. Within its trading history, SAGEM split into two divisions: a 'communication' branch and a 'defence and security' branch.
SAGEM's oldest mobile phone was released in 1997, known as the Sagem RC730. The last mobile device they released, was the 2010 Puma phone. Due to the constantly-evolving world of mobile telecommunication products, many SAGEM phones have been replaced with newer devices, in homes all over the world. Some customers of SAGEM, however, still have the handsets at home, unaware that they could raise money from their unwanted handset. If this sounds like you, or you are interested in selling your phone so that you can get a different model, OnRecycle are a company who can help you.
We are an organisation who specialise in finding consumers fantastic prices for their unwanted SAGEM mobile telephones. We have created a system that allows you to find buyers for your SAGEM handsets, quickly and easily. Simply type in the details of your handset and you will be presented with a list of potential recyclers who are all passionate about getting your handset. As such, they are willing to pay a fantastic price for your SAGEM phone. If you have an unwanted SAGEM mobile lying around your home, you would be mad to miss out on a sale!
When you want to sell your SAGEM handset, simply search for the phone title in the box located at the top of each page. This will bring up a list of related products and allows you to match your device with the models in our system. Click on the correct phone and you will be transferred onto a new page.
When this page opens, we need to know a few more details about your specific handset. The overall value of your mobile phone will be dictated by the phone's condition, which network it is locked with (if any), and the version of phone you have (in terms of memory). Rest assured that even if your phone is damaged, there are still likely to be a range of recyclers who are interested in buying it from you.
Having entered these details, the system automatically updates to give you the information you've been waiting for. You'll see a list of recyclers, all of whom are keen to take your SAGEM handset off you, along with the prices they are willing to pay. When choosing which recycler to do business with, we recommend that you consider a range of factors. Whilst it is tempting to sell your phone to the one who offers you the most money, they may not necessarily the best recycler for you.
OnRecycle believe that one of the most important factors you should consider is the 'user rating.' This refers to what other sellers (such as yourself) have experienced with the recyclers when selling to them. As with any industry, there are fraudulent companies who trade in online recycling, and we want you to be covered against this. Read the reviews available on our system, and carry out some further checks of your own with a quick internet search of the company.
Other fields that can be filtered to match your requirements are price and payment period. Naturally, how much you receive for your phone will be important and if you are in need of urgent cash, the payment period column should be considered.
Once you have chosen your recycler, you are ready to sell your SAGEM handset. Click on the 'sell now' button which appears on the right-hand side of the screen, and follow the instructions to complete your sale. If you get the opportunity, we recommend that you sell through OnRecycle, as this will ensure you enter your bank details through our secure system. Furthermore, you will benefit from our guidance throughout the sales process, if needed.
Having received the cash, you are free to spend it on the next mobile device that suits your needs! If you are content with SAGEM, here are a couple of brief reviews on our SAGEM favourites:
The SAGEM my750x was released into the mobile phone marketplace in 2008. It is a small, light handset which weighs just 95 grams. The screen is 2.4-inches long and has a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels.
The phone has a micro SD slot and holds the data of 20 dialled, 20 received and 20 missed call records. It also gives out polyphonic ringtones.
The SAGEM my750x has a 3.15-megapixel camera, and a stereo FM radio. Its battery is capable of up to 300 hours of stand-by time and 4 hours 30 of talk time. The phone is available in either violet, green, red, blue or orange.
In 2010, SAGEM released the Puma phone, which displays a Puma symbol. It weighs only 115g and has a display of 2.8 inches long. Like the SAGEM my750x, the Puma has a screen resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. It has an initial storage of 2GB, but this is upgradeable to 8GB via the micro SD slot.
The Pumas battery lasts up to 350 hours (stand-by), 4 hours (talk time) with 3G and up to 24 hours of music time. Similarly to the SAGEM my750x, the Puma has a camera with 3.15-megapixels and a stereo FM radio. This device is available in black only.