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    There are ample ways to sell your used telecom equipment. Here I will tell you the three most popular methods followed by the companies and individuals. The first method is to take the help of social media and sell your used equipment with ease. Join relevant groups and find a seller. The final method is to donate the equipment if you donít need them. Get in contact with some NGOs and donate them. The third and final step is to go local with a telecom recycling company willing to buy your used telecom equipment at better rates. It is the most sought-after method and the most professional to take care of your surplus telecom equipment.



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    Well, selling old phones can be a daunting task, and when you are a company and have lots of old phones present in your company. The ideal choice is to sell them. Now, there are plenty of ways to sell your old phones by selling them on online websites such as eBay, Craigslist, and more. The issue with selling them on these websites is that there is no guarantee that you will get the maximum return on your investment. There might be a case where you are not sure when the buyer will approach you. So, the ideal way is to go with a professional telecom recycling company that can help with the proper disposal and selling of old phones. They allow you to get the maximum value of your old equipment.

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    If you have bulk old telephone systems, you need to sell them as quickly as possible. The reason to sell them is that their value will depreciate over time, and then you wonít get the maximum cash out of them. I can see that you are thinking about selling old phones to online platforms such as eBay, but the problem is you have to bear the shipping costs, and you are not sure when your old phones will get sold. Now, to overcome this problem you need to go with another method which is to hire a professional telecom recycling company that can handle all your old telephone problems. They will offer a seamless recycling process with the proper disposition of the old telephone system.


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