Mobile recycling could get you the iPad
26 May 2010 — 11:49 AM
Mobile recycling may be an option worth considering for those hoping to get their hands on the Apple iPad.
The company's latest device will be available to UK consumers from Friday (May 28th) after being snapped up by a number of customers in the US.
People hoping to get the iPad could be pleased to hear that it allows users surf the internet, read and send email, watch high-definition videos, share photos, play games, listen to music and read ebooks.
Marc Allera, sales and marketing director at the company, said as one of the companies offering tariffs "Three is pleased to offer competitive data plans for iPad with Wi-Fi and 3G in the UK".
He added that its 3G network, the largest in the country, has been optimised for the mobile internet, ensuring the iPad offers customers the best mobile experience.
The network has recently also unveiled the Samsung S3370, which may be an option for those on the lookout for a new mobile phone.
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