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How to send an iPhone please?

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I want to send my old iPhone to my niece but Parcel2Go, for example, won't accept mobile phones. Any advice please?
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3w, 6d agoPosted 3 weeks, 6 days ago
I want to send my old iPhone to my niece but Parcel2Go, for example, won't accept mobile phones.

Any advice please?
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3w, 6d agoPosted 3 weeks, 6 days ago
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#1
Royal Mail.
#2
I used Royal Mail special delivery last week. I opened a post about it you can check it out
#3
Royal Mail Special Delivery if the value is over £50. Ensure you keep the receipt until it is safely delivered.
#4
I usually use Royal Mail Special Delivery. It'll be about £8
#5
What about myhermes ?
#6
ronmo329921
I used Royal Mail special delivery last week. I opened a post about it you can check it out

Thanks, I did try to have a look before asking the question but couldn't find anything.
#7
I only see "Outside the EU. I sent one with them last week.

Are you sure Parcels2go prohibit your shipment?

https://www.parcel2go.com/prohibited-items
#8
getmeone
I only see "Outside the EU. I sent one with them last week.
Are you sure Parcels2go prohibit your shipment?https://www.parcel2go.com/prohibited-items

Oh yes, that's odd. I just typed in both UK postcodes and the item I was sending and it said it was prohibited
#9
I messaged Parcel2Go and they said they can't send any phones at all
#10
there website seems to say mobiles with UK are allowed but then it says no batteries so bit confusing but tat seems be same with royal mail with batteries. I think inside a item is fine.
#11
Royal Mail 1pm Special Delivery, insured up to £500, should cost less than £10.

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Edited By: andynicol on Jan 23, 2017 20:08
#12
fruityloops
getmeone
I only see "Outside the EU. I sent one with them last week.
Are you sure Parcels2go prohibit your shipment?https://www.parcel2go.com/prohibited-items
Oh yes, that's odd. I just typed in both UK postcodes and the item I was sending and it said it was prohibited
Mine went MyHermes to Bolton from Sussex last week. All OK.
#13
Royal Mail will take phones as long as the battery is part of the phone, they don't like batteries on their own. However, if you're that bothered , then when they ask you what it is at the PO tell them it's something else.
#14
Just put down leisure item not phone.

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