Businesses may benefit from mobile recycling and O2 switch
2 November 2010 — 12:01 PM
British businesses could find recycling their mobile phones and switching to a deal with O2 benefits them significantly.
That is because the mobile network has launched a new tariff called International Favourites, which allows firms to enjoy improved value for money when making calls abroad.
It has also been designed with simplicity and convenience in mind, with special emphasis on there being no hidden catches or scams.
Sally Cowdry, marketing director at O2, notes the international calls sector is poorly served and renowned as expensive for customers.
She adds the firm has come up with "a genuinely unique proposition which offers a fresh approach to the market [that] gives our customers a great value and convenient option for connecting with their friends and families abroad".
One device businesses may wish to use when it comes to phoning overseas is the Motorola ES400, which O2 recently announced is now available to its users.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, says: "If you have friends or family abroad, improved value for money when calling overseas would be fantastic. If you wanted to upgrade your mobile phone to sign up to a new tariff, you could trade-in your old handset for cash."
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