Music fans to get free downloads in exchange for mobile phones

Phones will be resold or recycled

Free music streaming service and integrated download store We7 is offering music fans the chance to swap their old mobile phones for free music downloads.

With some old mobile phones worth as much as £180, the scheme could see music fans get around 30 albums’ worth of music for free.

We7, who power NME.COM‘s music player, has teamed up with for the scheme, which will see the old phones recycled and resold at a low cost in developing nations.


To take part in the scheme visit, select the phone you want to send in and the We7 music credit as your preferred payment option.

Then post your phone by freepost to We7 will deliver music credits.


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