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As well as saving money by making cheap international calls, Britons can actively make about £400, simply by getting rid of unwanted gadgets in a clever way.
According to the personal finance company Motley Fool, there is about £375 worth of unwanted gadgetry, from stereos and games consoles to mobile phones, lying around the average house.
People feeling the pinch of the economic slowdown, or people simply having a clearout, should keep in mind that for all the electronic equipment that they no longer want, there may be someone who does.
According to Mopay, approximately 1,700 mobile phone handsets that are still usable are disposed of every hour, with an average pay-out for each phone of £25.
Every year one million tonnes of electronic devices that still work are thrown out despite the fact that their owners could have made money or even helped a charity by being slightly more thoughtful about how they disposed of their goods.
On the internet there are various places to sell electrical goods, with a boxed Nintendo Wii able to raise up to £184 or £60 for an iPod Nano.
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