Toshiba are a multinational conglomerate whose headquarters are based in Tokyo. Established in 1939, they have become one of the world's leading manufacturers within a range of industries, including Information Technology, power systems, consumer electronics, office equipment, lighting and logistics, medical equipment and household appliances. Although they are less well-known for their mobile devices, they do have a range of smartphones and tablets in circulation. Toshiba produced the first mobile telephone to have an internal antenna when they released TCP-6000 in 1996. More recently, Toshiba have released smartphones such as the Toshiba TG02.
In recent years, Toshiba have not released phones as consistently as other companies such as Apple and Samsung and, therefore, it could be argued that the Toshiba smartphones are not as technically enhanced as those released by their competitors. Many Toshiba phone users may wonder how they can sell their existing handsets, and purchase a different or newer device. If this sounds familiar, OnRecycle can help you.
We have been working with major online recyclers for years - giving customers an opportunity to trade in their existing mobile for cash, to a company who is willing to pay a top price. As there are a number of recyclers competing for your Toshiba phone, they have to offer a good price to remain competitive. You might be surprised to learn how much you could receive for your Toshiba phone - even if it is broken. If, at this stage, you are only interested in receiving a quotation, OnRecycle can still help you. For a free, no obligation quotation, use OnRecycle's easy-to-use system and you could be selling your phone very soon!
We know what it is like to spend hours phoning around companies trying to get the best deal for your gadget. It can be a pain-staking, time-consuming process which barely feels like it is worth all of the effort. OnRecycle have provided the perfect solution; a price-comparison system which does all the hard work for you!
When you arrive on our website, simply enter the model number of your Toshiba phone into the search bar (at the top of the page), and your device will appear. Click on the device and you will be transferred to a new screen which asks you to complete a couple more details. We need to know the condition of your Toshiba phone (broken, working or new) and the phone version (depending on size). We also need to know the network that your Toshiba phone is linked with (if any).
Once we have these details, we are able to provide you with a list of potential recyclers, almost instantly! As the system refreshes, you will be amazed by the list of recyclers who are willing to pay a fantastic price for your Toshiba phone. This list is there for you to look at, at your leisure - you can even adjust it to suit your circumstances. When choosing a recycler, we offer a few tips.
Firstly, it is important to us that you are happy with the service that OnRecycle provides. Therefore, we want you to link up to a recycler that is reputable and trustworthy. Take the time to read some of the reviews left by previous sellers (simply click on the 'user reviews' link). There is also a star rating system which allows you to sort the data in terms of which recycler has the best rating. You may also like to conduct your own research elsewhere on the internet (to see how long the company has been trading for, for example).
A field which is likely to be of importance to you is the 'price' column. Once more, you can rearrange the order of the data, to bring the recyclers offering you the largest cash sum for your Toshiba phone to the top of the list. We also suggest that you look at the 'payment period' column and the 'method' column. This will help you to learn how quickly each recycler will pay you, and by what method.
Once you have chosen a recycler, you are ready to sell your Toshiba phone. Click on the 'sell now' button and you will be taken through the remaining steps of the sales process. If you are offered the option to sell through OnRecycle, we suggest that you do - this will give you access to our secure payment system and expert advice, should you need it.
When you have sold your phone, you are ready to look into your next purchase. If you are interested in other Toshiba phones, you may be interested in reading our review about the Toshiba TCP-6000.
The TCP-6000 was released in 2010. It has dimensions of 126 x 66 x 99mm and weighs just 119 grams which makes it a small, light handset which is easy to use for messaging and phone calls. The TCP-6000 has a 4.1-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. It also has a 3-dimensional user interface.
The phone comes with 256 megabytes of RAM, but it is possible to upgrade this by up to 16GB via the microSD card slot. It has a 3.15 megapixel camera and is capable of playing MP3 and MP4 files. The TCP-6000 also has a built-in photo editor.
The battery of the TCP-6000 comes with up to 220 hours standby and up to 4 hours of talk time (3G). It is available in either black or white.