Sell used phone to enjoy "new era for mobile communications"
21 June 2010 — 11:53 AM
Consumers who sell their used mobile phone for cash could be at the front of the queue to snap up a device with technology that signals a "new era for mobile communications".
Orange is to trial its high-definition Voice programme on handsets across the south of England, enabling customers to enjoy crystal-clear sounds when using their phone.
If successful, the trial will be made permanent and could trigger a raft of new subscriptions to the Orange network, with those seeking the highest-quality calls signing up to the provider.
Tom Alexander, chief executive of Everything Everywhere, which runs Orange, says: "The trial of mobile HD Voice is a significant milestone in the new companys goal of delivering the best service in the industry."
The network believes its technology will help mobile phone users take part in calls that sound as if both participants are in the same room.
One handset people could choose to enjoy Voice on is the iPhone 4, which is to be stocked by Orange when it is released this week.
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