Cash for old mobile could be put towards Nokia E73
3 June 2010 — 7:05 PM
People have been offered the chance to sell an old mobile phone for cash and splash out on a new smartphone by Nokia that helps balance work with a personal life.
The Nokia E73 Mode device has been launched by T-Mobile USA, offering consumers a sleek and stylish design and access to thousands of apps.
Using the Finnish company's Ovi Store, users will be able to download functions, features and entertainment straight from their computer or handset.
The model also includes a full qwerty keyboard, making the sending of text messages and emails fast and simple.
To help people switch between work and home life, it is possible to alternate between different backgrounds and home screens that feature one or the other.
Mobile users with a desire for comfort and easy use may be interested to learn the E73 is Nokia's thinnest phone in its portfolio.
The company's products are currently accessed by about 1.3 billion people across the world each day.
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