If U buy a new mobile phone, what will U do with the old one ?

Indonesia
July 3, 2009 2:16pm CST
Today all mobile phone brand compete launch new variants and we interest to buy it. When I buy new one, I keep my old mobile phone in my terrarium. If you buy a new mobile phone, what will you do with your old mobile phone ? You keep as collection or sell it back ?
4 responses
@MegDM123 (145)
• United States
3 Jul 09
GO GREEN --- REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE! I have done all three...I try to keep my cell phones as long as possible. Who cares about trends-it's just to make phone calls. I also have turned in my old cell phones to be recycled. And I have given my old cell phone to my neice who had to wait a couple of months for her contract to be up so she could replace the phone she broke.
• Indonesia
3 Jul 09
Hi MegDM123 Yes I am agree with you, I think I should change my hobby like you, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
@rainmark (4307)
3 Jul 09
Well if i have a money to buy a new mobile phone i willgoing to give my old mobile to my sister. The one who is good sister to me. So that they have something to use to text me or call me, as long as they never started having textmate and be responsible to use it or else i will get it back again lolz.
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@tonyllenium (6267)
• Italy
3 Jul 09
Normally i try to sell or if the model was really old and so there are no one can't buy it so i will consider to give it o some relatives in the family that it cna be suitable for him her too!!normally i am not throw away old devices but i always try to give them a life even if they are old or i must change them!!
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@khayshenz (1387)
• United States
3 Jul 09
When I was in college - there was a way for us to donate them to charity. The charity then gives them to battered women or women who were in abusive relationships. Because even if the cell phone is not usable, you can still call emergency. So they use them to call emergency, when they need it. In the past - I've asked AT&T to recycle it for me. I'm fairly certain that recycling them would be the best way to get rid of them.