Recycling mobile phones may lead users to Sony Ericsson offering
8 June 2010 — 2:27 PM
People thinking of swapping their used mobile phones for a Sony Ericsson handset could take advantage of the manufacturer's new accessories store.
Divided into four sections - talk, play, listen and go - the online Extras outlet will offer a convenient way for fans of the brand to pick up items such as Bluetooth headsets, games, headphones and chargers.
In conjunction with the launch of the new store, Sony Ericsson has also announced two new noise-cancelling headsets - the VH110 and VH410 - which feature call switching capabilities.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "These days, the latest phone accessories are almost as technologically advanced as the phones and gadget-lovers cant wait to snap them up. By trading in your old handsets for cash, you could buy a brand new phone and some fab accessories to match."
Jacob Sten, head of the accessories division at Sony Ericsson, said: "As part of our communication entertainment strategy we have listened closely to consumers and their needs when developing our handsets and this ethos is no different in our accessories division."
Sony Ericsson recently launched the Xperia X10 Mini and the X10 Mini Pro in the UK, which could be an impetus for people to recycle their used phones.
News brought to you by envirofone.com the UK's largest mobile phone recycling company
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