Recycle mobile phones for new BlackBerry Pearl 3G
18 May 2010 — 3:54 PM
Those wanting to recycle mobile phones could swap their old device for a BlackBerry Pearl, which has been updated with 3G technology.
Consumers can enjoy faster internet connections with the BlackBerry Pearl 3G on 3, which means that keeping up to date with friends and family using Facebook and Twitter will be made easier.
The device, which features a sleek candy bar design, is the first handset from the firm to include the standard mobile phone keypad layout on top of the touch-sensitive optical trackpad.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, stated: "Smartphones are becoming more and more advanced with each new model, with faster internet, sleeker features and better applications every time. It couldnt be easier to keep up with the latest in smartphone technology by recycling your old mobile phone for cash."
Sylvia Chind, head of branded devices at 3, said: "Since 2009, our range of BlackBerry devices has continued to grow and we are pleased to be able to offer our customers even more choice with this affordable 3G Pearl."
3 is currently offering the LG Viewty GT, which provides a five-megapixel camera, touchscreen and easy-to-use social networking facilities over the network's high-speed internet connections.
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