Money for an old mobile phone could allow an upgrade to an Apple iPhone
5 January 2010 — 3:30 PM
With the upcoming launch of the Apple iPhone on the Vodafone network consumers may want to get money for an old mobile to go towards an upgrade.
The network has extended its offer of free network-to-network calls for everyone who pre-orders the handset.
The offer had initially been due to expire at the end of 2009 but those considering the iPhone may now want to take advantage of the offer before its launch on January 14th.
As well as free calls, consumers will also be offered free texts on all but the cheapest tariff.
Vodafone UK's chief executive Guy Laurence said earlier this month: "I don't think this is about a price war - I think this is a network quality war."
Vodafone's iPhone is available on a variety of 18 and 24-month deals, starting at a £30-a-month tariff for the 8GB iPhone 3G.
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