Twitter fans could use it for free on 3
6 April 2010 — 1:45 PM
People that enjoy using Twitter could wish to consider mobile recycling as an option in order to upgrade to a new handset that allows them to do so while on the move.
Mobile network 3UK has revealed that it will continue to offer the social networking service for free following its popularity with customers in recent months.
Pay as you Go customers will be able to access the service without needing to top up their handset and consumers with an internet add-on will find that their allowance will be unaffected.
Charlotte Blanchard, director of products and services at 3UK, said: "Following the immense success of our free Twitter offering over the last few months we've decided to extend this for the foreseeable future."
She added that the company's 3G network is made for internet services such as Twitter and it is always looking for solutions that make using them easy and affordable.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, says: "Twitter is massively popular users include everyone from Barack Obama to Britney Spears. By recycling your old mobile phone for cash, you could afford to buy a new, twitter-enabled handset."
Music lovers may be pleased to hear a purchase of the XPERIA X10 or Vivaz on 3UK will provide them with two months free access to Spotify Premium.
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