Nokia 5230 could encourage consumers to sell their old mobile

16 February 2010 — 4:18 PM

Mobile recycling could allow consumers to upgrade

Consumers on the network 3 may wish to consider recycling their used mobile phone for cash, as the operator has revealed that the Nokia 5230 is now available through the operator.

The handset promises to offer easy internet access to features such as email, Windows Messenger and Skype, which could make staying in touch easier for those that use it.

The network said: "In case all this communication power isn't enough for you, the Nokia 5230 will keep you entertained thanks to Spotify. Download the Spotify for Symbian application and enjoy the hugely popular music streaming service on the move."

An 18-month contract paying £18 per month - with unlimited text and internet and 200 any network, anytime minutes - is one way of purchasing the device.

Meanwhile, Pay As You Go customers can buy the mobile phone for £149.99 and receive a bundle of free texts and internet that lasts for up to 90 days.

3 recently announced that minister for digital Britain Stephen Timms made the billionth minute of Skype calls on the network.

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