Nokia E72 in white could be a reason to sell an old phone
28 April 2010 — 3:53 PM
Consumers may wish to get their hands on a new mobile phone and could sell an old phone with Envirofone to do so.
Envirofone will give you money for your old mobile which could then be put towards a new handset such as the Nokia E72.
Nokia Conversations blog has revealed the device is now available in white, meaning that image-conscious mobile users could opt for a colour that suits them.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, said: "A mobile phone is as much an accessory as a stylish watch or designer handbag keeping up with the latest handset is a must for anyone whos image conscious. By selling your old phone for cash you could be able to afford a shiny new Nokia E72."
The E72 features a full qwerty keyboard which may make it an attractive option for people who enjoy making use of their handset to stay in touch with friends and family via text messages, email and social networking sites.
Music fans might be pleased to hear they could use the headphones of their choice with the phone, due to the 3.5 mm headphone jack.
Nokia has also recently unveiled the N8, which includes a 12-megapixel camera that could tempt those who like to take pictures on the move.
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