Mobile recycling set to soar as Nokia invite N8 pre-orders?
9 September 2010 — 12:01 PM
A number of consumers across the UK may be ready to recycle their mobile phone after Nokia confirmed it is accepting pre-order requests for its revolutionary new device, the N8.
The brand is inviting those who wish to be among the first to receive the handset to sign up to a deal now.
Orders made in the coming days will also have the extra benefit of including the choice of all colours, while people can opt for a tariff that suits them.
When the Nokia N8 goes on sale on September 30th, those who have made a pre-order will be at the front of the queue when it comes to receiving a model.
Features of the phone that could tempt people to recycle their old handset include a 12-megapixel camera, a sat nav service via Ovi Maps and a social networking tracker.
Nokia has also been in the news recently after launching another of its latest mobiles, the 5250.
Julie Snape, marketing manager at Envirofone commented: "With pre-orders being taken for the latest Nokia N8, there has never been a better time to recycle your mobile. The first orders taken for the mobile allow for a choice of different colours, so the quicker you sign up and recycle your old phone for some cash, the quicker you can lay your hands on a new phone."
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