Recycling mobile could create funds for affordable iPad purchase
26 November 2010 — 12:35 PM
People who recycle a mobile phone will find the money they receive for it will go further when investing in an iPad with Three.
The network has announced it is to offer a range of more affordable deals for individuals who would like to purchase one of the revolutionary Apple tablets.
When bought with a data service plan, users are said by the company to be able to get their hands on the device and its associated apps in a more intuitive and fun way than previously.
Three's offers apply to models featuring Wi-Fi and 3G, making the iPad perfect for those who love to browse the web.
Other benefits of the model include the ability to share photos and videos, read ebooks, send and receive emails and listen to music.
The iPad was released earlier this year and went on to sell more than three million units within 80 days of its launch.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If an iPad is at the top of your Christmas list this year, you could go for a data service plan like this. Why not trade-in your old phone for cash and put the money you make towards an iPad?"
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