Recycle mobile phones to switch to O2 price plan
21 May 2010 — 11:58 AM
O2 has revealed new Pay and Go tariffs, which may encourage some people to recycle their old mobile phones so they can switch to the network provider.
Its sim-only Simplicity deal has been extended to customers who top up with credit, with unlimited texts costing £5 a month.
Money made by selling old mobile phones through a recycling company like Envirofone could deliver the funds required to purchase an O2 handset.
Customers who pay £20 a month on the new tariffs can enjoy unlimited internet access and texts and inclusive minutes.
According to O2, people will be able to have more control and flexibility under the new Pay and Go deals.
One handset people might like to purchase with money raised from selling used mobile phones is the Palm Pre Plus, which is available to O2 customers from May 28th.
It will be released for the network's customers alongside the Palm Pixi Plus.
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