More options available to those who recycle a mobile phone

22 November 2010 — 11:55 AM

The Nokia C7 was released recently

Consumers who opt to recycle their mobile phone, perhaps to boost their finances, now have two additional options when it comes to securing a replacement.

Ian, author of the latest Nokia Conversations blog, explains the Finnish brand is today (November 22nd) releasing a pair of new devices.

Built to offer good functionality at a low price, the Nokia C2-01 and X2-01 are each said to have a different design emphasis.

The writer notes the C2-01 is the cheapest of the company's mobiles that offer a 3G connection, ensuring simple and smooth web browsing.

"It promises to bring fast data services to millions of people who've never had them before," asserts Ian.

Meanwhile, the X2-01 is based primarily on the growing trend of using mobiles for social networking and rapid communication with friends.

The releases come just weeks after Nokia launched hotly anticipated devices in the shape of the N8 and C7.

Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you’re looking to upgrade, there’s a new phone out there to suit you, whether you’re looking for cheep and cheerful or high-powered technology. Why not trade-in your old phone? You could even make some cash."

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