Mobile recycling might allow you to make an upgrade
15 April 2010 — 4:00 PM
Mobile recycling may be an option for people who would like to get their hands on one of three new handsets released by Nokia - the C6, C3 and E5.
Nokia Conversations blog has rounded up the reaction the phones have received from various sections of the media and the general response is positive.
The Register said: "These days data rates are low enough to make status updates practical and the features of social networking have boiled down considerably, so it's time for every phone to start getting social."
Consumers that would like to give themselves internet access while on the move may wish to consider mobile recycling with Envirofone to receive cash to put towards one of the new devices.
Anssi Vanjoki, Nokia's head of markets, said the handsets were made with a full qwerty keyboard in order to make text messaging, emails and social networking easier.
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