Is it worth selling old mobile to get hands on Vodafone 845?
8 July 2010 — 4:05 PM
The Vodafone 845 may be an ideal replacement for those who choose to sell an old mobile phone, possibly with Envirofone.
Ben Williams, of CNET UK, reviewed the device, which is described as a "cheap and smart" handset that runs Android 2.1.
Mr Williams said his favourite aspects of the product included its "compact and cute" design and relatively small price tag.
"There may be plenty of Android phones on the market, but most of them are quite expensive. Vodafone is throwing its hat into the budget ring, however, with the 845," stated the reviewer.
He went on to note the phone can be secured for £15 a month on a contract, making it "one of the cheapest" handsets using Android on the market.
It may therefore provide many with an affordable way to upgrade to an Android phone, perhaps after selling an old mobile for cash.
As of March 31st this year, Vodafone had 341 million customers across the world.
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