Money men may be tempted to sell old mobile and keep up to date with iPhone
24 September 2010 — 4:02 PM
Independent financial advisers (IFAs) and other workers in the money sector may find they can keep up to date with the industry closer than ever before if they sell an old mobile phone and invest in an Apple iPhone.
IFA Life has released the first of a trio of apps for the revolutionary device which will deliver breaking news and financial content direct to subscribers.
Philip Calvert, founder of IFA Life, says the firm is "really excited" about the launch of its new app, which will be available free of charge.
"It means that IFAs can continue to follow debates and discussions on our website - plus read articles, watch videos, read best practice on marketing and business transition," he explains.
As well as IFAs, financial planners, wealth managers and mortgage brokers may also benefit from selling an old mobile and upgrading to an iPhone.
In June, Apple released the latest incarnation of the model, the iPhone 4, in five countries and it has since been rolled out in several more.
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