Cell4pets.com Is Buying iPhones, iPads - Galaxy Phones for 30% More Than The Carriers

Mechanicsburg, Feb 18, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - The mission at cell4pets.com is to find responsible and loving homes for the millions of abandoned and abused dogs and cats. They achieve this by buying then reselling your device and taking a portion of every sale and donating it to a no-kill animal shelter.

According to the North Shore Animal League, the leader in the no-kill movement, an estimated 2,000,000 homeless pets are euthanized each year. Help us help to reduce this number.

When you sell your phone(s) to cell4pets.com you not only receive top dollar for your device you're also helping our most loyal companions.
Extending the life cycle of our electronic devices keeps them out of our landfills. It's estimated there are millions if not a billion unused cell phones in the US.

It is our mission to reduce the number of unused phones that end up in our landfills.
By refurbishing, reselling, or recycling we'll help save our planet as well as give back to our most loyal companions.

Corporate Accounts Welcome!

 

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