Mobile recycling may lead to increased uptake of the iPhone 4
2 August 2010 — 3:57 PM
Individuals who would like an iPhone 4 may like to recycle their old mobile so they can put the proceeds towards the new smartphone, which are now on sale at Three's UK shops.
Three have now revealed they will stock the handsets in its retail stores across the country and the phone will also be available to purchase online.
Sales and marketing director at the network Marc Allera said the expectation around the iPhone 4 has been extraordinary.
"The feedback we received from customers, staff and media following our announcement to launch iPhone 4 on Three has been fantastic," he added.
Mr Allera noted the firm hopes to "deliver a truly market-leading experience" for users of the smartphone.
Mobile recycling could become more common after it was recently announced the handset will be available in 17 more countries.
Customers in Ireland, Italy and Austria will be able to buy one of the smartphones and may recycle their old phone to fund their new purchase.
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