Selling an old mobile could allow for a new handset

11 May 2010 — 3:57 PM

Selling an old mobile could keep people up to date.

Consumers could wish to sell an old mobile phone and join 30 million other people in the UK.

Orange and T-Mobile have revealed plans ahead of their merger that will see the creation of a new super-network under the name of Everything Everywhere.

It promises that customers will receive improved coverage with a smaller environmental impact.

Tom Alexander, chief executive of Everything Everywhere, said: "Up until a few years ago, mobile was just about voice and text – not now. Multimedia phones have already started to change the way our customers access the world – for entertainment, education, information – wherever they are, whenever they want. "

He states it is the company's aim to provide customers with access to everything, everywhere "opening up a world of endless possibilities".

Orange recently revealed its tariffs for the new Apple iPad and people may wish to sell an old mobile phone for cash to put towards the device.

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