Consumers selling old mobile may be interested in O2 iPhone deal
8 June 2010 — 12:02 PM
A new limited time offer from O2 could encourage people thinking of selling old mobile phones to pick up the Apple iPhone 4.
The device is to be made available on the network from June 24th and is the latest generation of the popular handset, featuring a ten-millimetre thick body and the highest resolution display ever included with a smartphone.
Details of the O2 offer, which will make it easier for Pay Monthly customers to upgrade to the iPhone, are to be released via a dedicated webpage on the telecommunication firm's site.
Ronan Dunne, chief executive of O2 in the UK, said: "Apple has once again raised the bar with the iPhone 4. With three years' experience in selling the iPhone, we are well placed to support the new device with the best overall experience."
New features of the iPhone 4 include the FaceTime app, which offers high-quality video calls, greater ability to multitask and high definition video capabilities.
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