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Bricked Your iPhone? Get Money For It!

While disposing of old laptops can be both lucrative and uk viagra sales eco-friendly, what about other EcoGeek gadgets? With iPhones stealing the limelight in recent times, I bet there are iPods seeing less and less use these days. And with Apple cracking down on levitra by mail the "misuse" of the iPhone, I bet there are a lot of bricked iPhones people are unwilling to get rid of… yet. Luckily, BuyMyBrokeniPod.com is a business made to non prescription generic cialis capitalize on unused and broken iPods and iPhones.

The process seems pretty simple: fill out a questionnaire, ship your iPod/iPhone to them and they will Paypal you or send a check. My working 4th generation 40 gig iPod quotes to $58.38, higher than many eBay auctions for the same thing. It's less work than craigslist and eBay while getting you a reasonable price.

If the money doesn't motivate you or if you want the non perscription viagra latest and greatest from Apple, you can recycle your old iPod at any Apple retail store for a 10% discount on any new iPod. As for me, I will be holding onto my iPod until it dies, but I am glad that in the future I can see my baby recycled in peace once I am done with it.

Via TechCrunch

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written by Mike, October 03, 2007
I'm glad to see that there's an underground economy forming around recycling otherwise unwanted electronics. Yay!
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written by Brian Green, October 03, 2007
Any time we can get someone interested in recycling, even if it's not a major company, is a good thing! I hope this continues and http://davenportinstitute.com/best-price-levitra people use this service when their electronics no longer function. I know I will!

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