People who recycle mobiles could pay per day for phones
4 October 2010 — 4:07 PM
Cash-strapped consumers could be among the most interested in a new deal from Three that may be best if combined with the recycling of a mobile phone.
The network is offering customers the chance to pay per day for their mobile broadband services, with a top-up costing just £2.
For that, those with a mobile phone operated by Three will receive 500MB of data allowance to browse the net, send and receive emails and visit social networking sites.
The financial benefits could be even greater if, prior to taking up a deal with Three, old mobile phones are recycled for cash.
Joe Parker, the firm's director of mobile broadband, says: "Three's Pay Per Day deal is the ideal proposition for [people who] want the flexibility of being able to snack on mobile broadband whilst away from their home."
Last week, the network won four awards from various websites for its mobile broadband provision, including prizes for value for money and wide coverage.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you love the flexibility of a plan like this, you might consider trading-in your old phone for cash. Why not upgrade your handset with the money you make?"
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