Blackberry were founded in 1984 by Douglas Fregin and Mike Lazaridis. The company have their name associated with a range of different products, including smartphones, tablets and other telecommunications services. Blackberry was at its most popular around September 2013, with millions of subscribers. Now, however, companies such as Apple and Samsung, and operating systems like iOS and Android have become increasingly popular, reducing Blackberry's position in the marketplace.
Some owners of Blackberry products may well have changed their choice of manufacturer in recent years, and, therefore, have older products lying around the house. If you are an owner of a Blackberry tablet, but no longer use it, selling it might return more money than you realise. OnRecycle are able to give you advice and a no-obligation quotation, so that you can see how much your Blackberry tablet is worth and, if the price is right, sell.
OnRecycle work alongside some of the biggest-named recyclers around the world, to give consumers a platform upon which to sell their Blackberry tablet. We have spent years forming relationships with these recyclers, and created a system that enables you to find sellers for your Blackberry tablet quickly and easily. In much the same way as a price comparison website works, we ask you for a few initial details before providing a list of recyclers who are all prepared to offer a top price for your Blackberry tablet. One way in which we stand apart from our competitors is in our refusal to take any personal details from you during the quotation process. This ensures that you will not receive any aggressive sales calls, or be bombarded by emails from companies trying to persuade you to sell.
Our system is incredibly easy to use, and a quotation will appear within seconds of you entering the details. Even the most non-technical users love using the OnRecycle system, and you could be selling your Blackberry tablet almost instantly.
When you arrive on the OnRecycle website, you will notice a search bar that appears at the top of the page. Simply enter the details of your Blackberry tablet into that search bar, and a list of relevant products will appear in a dropdown box. Click on the correct product and you will be transferred to the next page, where we need to capture a little more data from you.
Choose the version of Blackberry tablet that you wish to sell (in terms of storage size) and the network it is locked with (if any). We also need to know the condition of the device, as this will affect the price that recyclers are willing to offer you. Rest assured, however, that even if your Blackberry tablet is broken, many recyclers will still be willing to offer you a terrific price for it.
Once we have these details, you can sit back, relax, and browse through the list of recyclers who are all competing to take your Blackberry tablet from you. You may be slightly overwhelmed by the data that appears, but do not worry: it is all there to help you make a decision. OnRecycle have created the system with you in mind, and we want you to have a positive experience when selling your phone. Therefore, we suggest that you consider the following fields in particular.
Firstly, the reputation of the recycler will play a big part in determining how successful your experience is. Have you heard of the recycler before? Do they have a good star rating from the OnRecycle data in front of you? Have you taken the time to read some of the reviews left by other users? All of these questions are important, and by answering them, you will get a feel for the recycler you are choosing to do business with. You may even want to do a little research of your own. Perhaps check the company website to see how long they have been trading, for example.
Another field which will likely be of interest to you is the 'price' field. It is only right that you receive a fair price for your Blackberry tablet, so check the list of prices that each recycler is prepared to offer (you can sort the data so that the recycler offering you the most appears at the top, by clicking on the arrow next to 'price'). In addition, you may well want to receive payment promptly. The 'payment period' field gives you this information - many recyclers will pay on the same day. The 'payment method' field may also be of interest, particularly if you do not want to have to wait for a cheque to clear, for instance.
Once you have found the recycler who meets your needs, you are ready to sell. Click on the 'sell now' button and you will be taken through the remaining steps. If you get the opportunity to sell through OnRecycle, we suggest you take this as you can benefit from our expert advice and guidance whilst providing your bank details through a safe and secure payment system.
Now that you have sold your Blackberry tablet, you may be looking at the next device you wish to purchase. One popular Blackberry tablet is the 'Blackberry Playbook.' Here is our brief review of it:
The Playbook was released as a tablet device in 2010. It has dimensions of 194 x 130 x 10 mm, weighs 425 grams and comes in black.
The Playbook has a TFT capacitive touchscreen with a pixel rating of 600 x 1024. The screen size is 7 inches.
The Playbook can be purchased as either a 16GB, 32GB or 64GB model, and each device has 1 GB of RAM. There is, however, no option for additional storage via a micro SD card or similar.
The Blackberry Playbook has a 5 megapixel camera, with a secondary lens of 3 megapixels. The device's battery has a talk time of up to 10 hours (multimedia).