Description:Cash in on your mobile phone.
Newest Review: ... 'mobile phone recycling comparison' then lots of them come up. As I mentioned before, mazumamobile.com offered me £9 for my phone, which was absolutely fine by me seen as the phone was broken and a it's model that's been around a few years (Samsung Galaxy Ace). Some people maybe wouldn't bother for the sake of £9 but not only did it give me a few quid to put towards the purchase of my new ... more
Customer mazumamobile.com Reviews (42)
by - written on 10/01/14 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I recently purchased a new phone, as my old one was not only slow and constantly crashing; it also had a smashed screen. When I get a new phone I normally use one of the phone recycling websites to get rid of the old one, as usually I keep my phones long enough that they're pretty old and/or broken and therefore aren't really worth selling. For anyone who isn't aware of phone recycling sites, these are sites which pay you to send your old mobile phone to them, with most of them also accepting games consoles, digital cameras, and other electronics too. I'm guessing they can then refurbish the items and sell them on or use the parts when the item is ... Read the complete review
by Pony - written on 06/09/12
I've used a few phone recycling companies before and they are the best. I've always got the money offered when signing up and it is my account on the same day. One phone I sent in as "non-working" as I couldn't get it to turn on. They actually gave me the working phone price as it was just a problem with the battery. Couldn't fault them.
by - written on 09/07/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I did have a samsung galaxy s 2 which after only a few months broke on me. I tried sending it to be repaired with no such luck. Suddenly I was without a phone and no money to buy a new one! Luckily my sister told me about Mazuma, she had used them and recommended them to me. I found the site and was pleased to see it was easy to use by either typing in the name of your phone or the IMEI code inside your phone. The one slightly annoying thing was that I put in Samsung galaxy s 2 yet it couldn't find it, however once i put the code in it found it automatically so I cant moan to much! Once you click on your phone, it asks you if the phone is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/11 (Very useful, 291 readings)
Mazumamobile.com is a mobile phone recycling service that pays you for your old mobile phones. There are several online services like this that can be found at the moment that are all very similar, however, after my very recent experience with Mazumamobile.com, I will not use any other website but this in future. I had a Nokia N95 8gb, which I had before I got my iPhone. I loved the phone and always kept it as a spare in case anything went wrong with my iPhone and I needed it. However, a year and a half after having my iPhone and bearing in mind I also have insurance for it, I thought I am never going to need it and should just sell it while it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/10 (Very useful, 142 readings)
I first saw Mazuma mentioned on moneysavingexpert.com. as a way of gaining a little extra cash by trading in an old mobile phone and swapping it for a cash payment. To do so was very simple, and I have used it four times in the last year or so. I go to the Mazuma website where it asks me to type in the model / IMEI number of the mobile phone that I'm interested in sending in to them. It tells you on the website how to find your phone's IMEI number - which it needs in order to assure that the phone you're sending in to them hasn't been reported stolen. The website also asks young declare whether your phone is in working order and what type of condition it's in. ... Read the complete review