Recycling an old phone an option for football fans?
26 April 2010 — 6:54 PM
Mobile recycling may be something which football fans would like to consider ahead of this summer's World Cup.
Selling an old phone with Envirofone could keep supporters up to date with the latest action at the tournament - held in South Africa - and give them the option of buying a new Nokia.
The Ovi Store has revealed it will run a football promotion, in honour of the competition, offering users access to apps, news, games and content from the world's best football nations.
Marco Argenti, vice-president and global head of media for Nokia, said: "Pepsi's unique content combined with Nokia's unparalleled global reach offers football fans around the world the chance to get involved with this year's great football summer no matter where they are."
Recent research by Nokia found mobile internet to be one of the most popular features of new handset, while the radio was the least used feature.
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