Monday, 28 November 2011

Recommended by the Channel 5 Gadget Show


After two years of successful trading the WeBuyAnyLaptop website is continuing to grow with no signs of slowing down and especially in 2011 with recommendations coming from the Channel 5 Gadget Show Website and the Student Guide Magazine.

With over 100,000 trade-in requests from UK consumers in the past year alone, WeBuyAnyLaptop is becoming a market leader in buying old laptops, which might otherwise be thrown to landfill and not recycled for further and better use.

WeBuyAnyLaptop allows everyday laptop users to either trade-in old or broken laptops for quick cash, or perhaps trade-in and trade up to a newer or better model or even a fast local repair service to get you up and running again. If you know someone who is going to throw an old laptop away, why not tell them they could save the environment and get cash for doing so through trading in with WeBuyAnyLaptop today!

Monday, 17 October 2011

WeBuyAnyLaptop - The Student Guide 2011


As times get tougher for students to afford college and university in the UK there are solutions to make things easier on the wallet in your pocket. 

During the last few years the internet has exploded with new simple services which enable consumers and especially cash strapped students to get urgent needed cash.

WeBuyAnyLaptop is a unique IT service which allows Laptop users who either have a broken Laptop or an old Laptop which they don’t need any more turned into cash. With quick and easy online quotes for up to 37 different Laptop brands you can be sure to get a deal on your old Laptop fast.

The WeBuyAnyLaptop online prices also include free courier pick-up and money paid securely into your bank account. If you are a Student why not check out our recent article in the Student Guide 2011 which is on sale now in most high street newsagents including HMV, Waterstones and WH Smiths. Alternatively, you can view it online here - http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/98b2aeef#/98b2aeef/340

Trade in your Laptop for cash today - www.webuyanylaptop.co.uk 
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Thursday, 23 June 2011

Cash for Being Green – Trade in Your Laptop

With the technology waste issue still increasing and there is no end in sight to this world crisis, WeBuyAnyLaptop continue to the fight against the pollution to the environment and with your help we can continue to save the planet one laptop at a time.
There are many sites to sell your used electronics on, but none that are as thoughtful to the environment as WeBuyAnyLaptop. By using our quick and easy unique service you can be assured that you are not being paid to just add to the electronic waste across the country, but in fact you are taking one step closer to reducing that waste pile in our countryside.
Since WeBuyAnyLaptop was born back in 2009 we are constantly trying to raise awareness of how the public and companies alike can help us to improve the environment in which we inhabit. We are not only helping you and businesses to improve its Carbon Footprint but we are also helping provide great cash incentives for recycling your used laptops.
To make the process even easier for you we pay you cash quickly online for your old, used and broken laptops and we have been overwhelmed with the response from you, the public. Remember every time you open your bin ask yourself if what you are depositing in there has to be thrown away, or can it go on to serve a purpose elsewhere, and even to put a few extra pounds in your pocket in the process.
We value our country, we value our planet and we are 100% committed to making them both a better place for us, our loved ones and the future residents long after we depart – help us to make this planet green and clean! Trade in your laptop for Cash with WeBuyAnyLaptop today!

Thursday, 19 May 2011

The 5 Best Reasons For Selling Your Used Laptop

Selling used electronic equipment like laptops and mobile phones has become an increasingly popular way to de clutter and make room for more gadgets, as well as to earn a little money. When you find yourself with an outdated laptop, you have a few options as to what to do with it: you can throw it away, donate it to someone else, barter it for another item, or sell it in exchange for cash.
The first option is no good because it leads to pollution. The second may make you a Good Samaritan, but there is nothing in it for you. The third requires a lot of time and effort to make sure you get something that you want out of the trade. This leaves us with the last solution, which is the most convenient and beneficial to you.
The following are just five of the many reasons why you should think about selling your used laptop when you are finished with it:
1. It is an environmentally friendly thing to do. You may not know this, but cast off electronic devices are the leading source of toxic heavy metals found in landfills across the UK. This electronic waste makes up nearly three quarters of all poisonous heavy metals in landfills. When you sell your old laptop instead of throwing it away, you are helping to counter this problem.
2. It makes economic sense. Everyone is saving their pennies these days and since every pound saved makes a difference it can make complete common sense. This money can make a big dent in the cost of your next laptop.
3. It is easy. All you have to do is find an online company that buys and sells used laptops. There are a lot of these companies on the Web these days, and finding them is just a matter of a quick Google search. When you sell your laptop to one of these companies, you do not have to worry about what condition it is in. Even if it is not working, the company will buy it from you anyway and simply fix it up before selling it to someone else. The whole process will take very little time and effort on your part.
4. It is secure. When you use an online company to sell your old laptop, you can be sure that they will clear any personal or sensitive information off your hard drive before passing it on to the next owner.
5. It is a good deed. Whilst it is not as selfless an act as giving your laptop away for free, selling it is a good compromise. Some people just cannot afford to buy laptops like yours as new, and so by selling it you are giving them the opportunity to have a laptop that they otherwise could not afford.

Wednesday, 20 April 2011

How to Turn Your Old Laptop into Cash?


Times are tough, and even when they’re not it’s always nice to find ways to turn things you no longer want or need into cash sitting in your back pocket. Furthermore, it is especially pleasant to discover ways to turn things into cash that might otherwise have been treated as rubbish. Just as you might find a way to sell some old piece of junk you’ve been storing in the loft since you were a little kid like vintage football cards or an antique set of golf clubs, there’s also money to be extracted from another item many of us have lying around the house or the loft: a used laptop. In our mad drive over the last decade to stay technologically updated, many of us have accumulated old laptops we no longer use and, foolishly, might even end up chucking down the local dump without further thought.

That, of course, just won’t do—and here’s how you can prevent that from happening, and in turn end up with a little extra cash in your hands (which you may very well be able to use to buy an even newer laptop).


The solution, as with so many things, is to be found online. These days, you can manage to sell just about anything online; the trick is finding a site that you will be able to rely on for a square deal and a good payout. There are ways to identify such sites, and as with anything on the internet it’s a process of doing a bit of searching and double-checking. You’ll come up with a lot of results for a web search to the effect of “get cash for your used laptop,” but then it’ll be a matter of narrowing things down to a reliable online business.
One key indicator is the ease of use that characterizes the website: if you can get quick quotes on laptops that are based on highly specific information (brand, model, age, and general condition) then you are likely to be dealing with a professional outfit. If you can’t make heads or tails of the site, much less get a quote, and then you should probably move on. Furthermore, you want to have additional assurances like how safe is the site and how do you get your money. If free shipping is included on a major courier as part of the deal, then all the better.
Of course, to actually get a payment that matches your original online quote you are going to have to be honest about what it is you’re trying to sell. If you indicate that the laptop doesn’t have a single scratch and operates like the day you bought it, when in reality it is all busted up and ravaged by viruses from hell, spilled liquid, and dust build-up, well then you are likely to get a little less than you had been expecting! All the same, even the most malfunctioning laptops still have worth in them—so be sure to sell rather than just discard in the bin, because it’s always nice to have some extra cash in your pocket!

Thursday, 24 March 2011

Improve your Carbon Footprint: Sell your Used Laptop

Being environmentally friendly and staying on the cutting edge of technology, at first glance, seem to be two current trends that are not compatible with one another. But this is not the case. If you are one of the increasing number of people across the world who have devoted themselves to going green in recent years, do not think that this means you have to give up the conveniences of modern day life. Yes, throwing your old computer in the garbage to make room in your minimalist home for the latest model is wasteful and contributes to a growing problem of electronic pollution that is threatening the planet. Fortunately, trashing your outdated device is not the only way to clear space for your next purchase.

These days, there are many reasons to sell your used laptop when you no longer need it. One of the most convincing reasons for environmental activists and conscientious consumers is the ability to help fight the electronic waste problem that comes with it. You see, when you sell your old computer, what you are actually doing is recycling it, and the parts that would otherwise end up in a landfill somewhere instead wind up being given a second life in someone else’s hands. Of course, it is no minor plus that in the process of passing your used laptop along to its next owner you get some cash out of the deal.
When it comes to selling used laptops these days, it is easy to save the planet. Because of the increasing popularity of both the green lifestyle and the latest in technology, there is also a growing demand for places to sell used equipment. Nowadays, one of the best places to do this is the Internet. Every day there seems to be more and more online companies appearing that devote themselves entirely to trading in used electronics (not just laptops). If the reason you are getting rid of your computer is that it no longer works properly, then these companies will buy it from you regardless of the condition it is in. They then restore the laptop to working condition and resell it. So, if you have a used laptop that you no longer need, sell it to reduce your carbon footprint and help several other people out in the process. Everyone wins.

Upgrade Your Laptop: The Green Way!

Consumers and Businesses are regularly upgrading their laptops these days. But how do we ensure we are Green and financially savvy about this process?

The best option is to go for laptop recycling instead of throwing them away even if they are broken. This way, you not only sell off your laptop but in return you get money back to upgrade. This can help you in repurchasing another laptop and be Green about the whole process. This is all similar to mobile phone recycling which has gained great heights in the UK market. Not only your old laptop fetches you the money, but it gives you peace of mind that you’re laptop will be recycled in a Green way.

The amount of money you get for Recycling will depend on the specification of the laptop that you are willing to sell off. Other factors which affect the price will be how old, the condition, and what brand the laptop is. For example, Acer, Dell, HP, Sony, etc. At WeBuyAnyLaptop  you can trade in 37 different brands and get instant quotes on-line for your trade in. Alternatively, you can trade-up to a new laptop whilst recycling your old laptop or even get a repair from one of our fully qualified laptop engineers.

The process is quick and simple. Go to the website and choose one of the three options available, Trade In, Trade Up or Trade Repairs. All quotes are done on-line instantly and courier charges are all included in the prices, so no hidden extras to worry about. Get cash for your laptop and help the environment!