Entrepreneurs may want to replace used mobile phones
16 April 2010 — 1:44 PM
Entrepreneurs who want to set up their own business may want to sell their used mobile phones for a smartphone that allows them to work on the go.
A new poll by Orange and YouGov revealed over half of workers aged between 18 and 50 who have set up their own company did so to enjoy a more flexible lifestyle.
Furthermore, 85 per cent believed technology such as mobile phones is key to increasing flexibility in the workplace. Self-employed Britons may want to sell their used phones in order to purchase handsets that enable them to work wherever they are.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, says: "As any entrepreneur knows, it really helps when setting up a business to be able to keep up with emails when you're out and about. By selling your old, unwanted mobile phones, you could have the cash to afford a smartphone that lets you do just that."
One handset business people may want to consider is Apple's iPhone, which offers convenient access to the internet.
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