Benefit from Nokia's "embarrassment of riches" by recycling mobile
22 October 2010 — 12:02 PM
After recycling a mobile phone, a consumer will often be on the lookout for a replacement – and it is at this time such people may wish to consider Nokia handsets.
The Finnish brand's new chief executive officer Stephen Elop, in a speech documented by Nokia Conversations blog author Phil, said the company enjoys an "embarrassment of riches".
Among the areas in which the executive feels the firm excels is its intimacy with customers, "ground-breaking" technology within its mobiles and the range of location-based services on offer.
"I would characterise Nokia as a landscape of unpolished gems," Mr Elop stated, before adding: "What I have initially found is a company with many great strengths."
To take advantage of not only the services provided by the manufacturer but also its extensive portfolio of handsets, consumers may find mobile recycling with their existing model is a good move.
Nokia recently released the N8, arguably one of the most eagerly-anticipated phones of the year.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "Many people will have had a Nokia as their first ever mobile phone. Since then the company has come on leaps and bounds and now offers a huge variety of handsets to suit every budget and taste. If you fancy trying a Nokia, why not trade-in your old phone?"
News brought to you by envirofone.com - the UK's largest mobile phone recycling company.
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