Mobile recycling could get you internet on the move
24 May 2010 — 4:00 PM
Mobile recycling may be an option worth considering for people looking to gain access to the internet while on the move.
Recent research from O2 found that slow internet connections are the biggest daily frustration for 41 per cent of people.
The mobile network has revealed it is looking to make improvements to the service that it offers customers.
Felix Geyr, head of O2 Home Broadband, said: "It is clear from this poll that the British public is getting increasingly frustrated with the UK's broadband services."
He added that as the new coalition government is here and is aiming to get the UK online and connected by 2020 now is the time for operators to make improvements.
Consumers could make a change for their benefit at this time and selling an old mobile phone for cash with Envirofone might allow them to do this.
O2 recently revealed the Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus phones will be available in the UK on from May 28th.
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