Businesses could recycle mobiles in favour of Motorola ES400
27 October 2010 — 12:00 PM
British firms may wish to consider recycling their current mobile phones in order to snap up a set of Motorola ES400 handsets.
The manufacturer has teamed up with O2 to offer the latter's corporate customers the chance to invest in the work-oriented devices.
Designed to provide workers with all they need to perform their jobs effectively, the Motorola ES400 features a touchscreen, built-in loudspeaker and full keyboard in an attempt to boost productivity while on the go.
It also offers all the connectivity options staff require to stay in touch with their headquarters, from Bluetooth to Wi-Fi and quad-banding.
Running on the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system, the phone has been specially crafted for people who want to work in every environment - something that could appeal to organisations.
O2 recently enhanced and extended its range of tablet devices, adding the Samsung Galaxy Tab to its portfolio on offer to customers.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, says: “Connectivity is one of the main reasons that people have mobile phones. If you’d like to have a new handset that makes it even easier to reach your friends and family, why not upgrade? You could even make some cash.”
News brought to you by envirofone.com - the UK's largest mobile phone recycling company.
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