NextWorth has long known the value of outdated and unused electronics. Now, the New York Times is spreading the word as well! In a recent article that appeared in both print and online, writer Mickey Meece points out that, according to consultants at Compass Intelligence, “more than 278 million mobile devices lie idle or deactivated in the United States, and nearly half are smartphones”.
Luckily, there are companies like NextWorth in place to help consumers make some of their money back on these unused items.
New York Times: A Second Chance for Idle Electronics
The article also suggests initially buying products with a good re-sale value, checking the right time to buy and taking proper care of your electronics.
“The phones, tablets, game consoles, high-end digital cameras and other electronic goodies bought this decade — that’s cash sitting neglected in those drawers.”
Have old devices lying around? Now’s a great time to see how much extra cash adds up!