Mobile recycling could get you online on the move
15 April 2010 — 11:57 AM
Mobile recycling might be an option to consider for the increasing number of people wishing to use the internet while on the go.
Selling your existing mobile for cash with Envirofone could allow for a purchase of a new internet-friendly device such as an Apple iPhone.
Recent research from Morgan Stanley suggests that by 2015 mobile web will have overtaken desktop internet usage.
Around the world global 3G coverage is expected to rise to 21 per cent at some point this year, while in Japan 96 per cent of mobile users already have 3G access.
Dave Clarke, online marketing manager at Envirofone, says: "As more and more people are using their mobile phones to access the internet, the demand for improved 3G-compatible handsets is on the increase. An ideal way to get your hands on one of these top-of-the-range phones is by trading in your old mobile handsets for cash."
Much of the demand, it is suggested, could be driven by the increased use of social networking sites such as Facebook, which was found to receive the most attention minute-by-minute ahead of second-placed You Tube.
Those wishing to keep up with friends while on the move might be interested in the new Microsoft Kin which has a firm focus on social networking.
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