Mobile recycling might help users 'make the most of their phone'

29 March 2010 — 3:57 PM

Selling an old mobile could allow consumers to do more.

Consumers are being encouraged to make the most of their mobile phone as part of a new offer from Orange.

The mobile network has revealed that it will give a free one-month trial of one of its pay monthly packages to all new and upgrading customers, in an attempt to allow users to see what they might have been missing out on with their existing device.

People may wish to consider mobile recycling as an option in order to receive cash to put towards a new handset with access to the internet and features such as email, navigation and mapping.

Neil Macgeorge, director of Pay Monthly at Orange UK: "We want our customers to be able to make the most out of the latest mobile phones and all that they have to offer."

He added that the revitalised packages provide "exciting multimedia services" including email, mobile internet and sat nav with Orange Maps, "all at great value for money".

It has recently been reported by the Orange Digital Media Index there has been an 800 per cent increase in celebrity searches by mobile users.

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