Watford, United Kingdom, (16th November, 2011) – Mazuma Mobile, leaders in trading and recycling old and used mobile phones for cash, has reached a total payout of £120million. This is the highest payout any mobile recycler has paid globally, with over 3 million phones purchased.

Mobile phone recycling has seen a huge increase in popularity over recent years due to the environmentally friendly methods of ‘re-homing’ the phones, with some mobiles reaching up to £500 when traded in. Mazuma Mobile was recently ranked number 1 for best performing mobile phone recycler by Service Science and has succeeded in retaining its place as a market leader. The company has recently released a new advert, which can be found here – http://goo.gl/nJcda.

A spokesperson for Mazuma Mobile said: “We are delighted to announce we have hit the £120million mark for mobile phone recycling payouts, the biggest of any phone recycler in the world. This goes to show that we provide a first rate service and offer some of the best payout rates on the market. We would like to thank all of our customers for helping us reach this milestone, and believe it won’t be long before we reach the next £120million.”

For more information about Mazuma Mobile and details on how to recycle your old phone, call them on 0845 872 3000 or visit their website at www.mazumamobile.com/.

About Mazuma Mobile:

Mazuma Mobile is part of the Ventura Telecom Group, specialising in finding new homes for second-hand mobile phones. Mazuma re-homes, on average, 150,000 mobiles per month as one of the leading mobile phone reuse specialists in Europe, and has strong working relationships with many well-known networks, manufacturers, repair centres and retailers. They operate an environmentally-friendly service offering guaranteed satisfaction or money back, same day payment on receipt of phone, free postage, free access to the mobile data delete tool, and SSL secure registration.


Mr Charlo Carabott

Mazuma Mobile Limited
1 Colne Way Court

Colne Way


Zip: WD24 7NE

Tel: 0845 872 3000

Fax: 01923 691 641