Make money by selling mobile and switching to Samsung Monte
12 October 2010 — 7:00 PM
Consumers looking to make money out of their mobile dealings may be shrewd if they sell a used phone for money and put it towards a bargain contract with Virgin Mobile.
According to Asavin Wattanajantra, writing for CNET UK, the firm has added four devices to its £8.50-a-month contract offer.
Although the handsets are of a lower specification than the latest iPhone, HTC or BlackBerry, but the rock-bottom tariff may allow people to be in profit after selling their old phone.
The models to be introduced by Virgin Mobile are the Samsung Monte, Nokia 5230, Samsung Tocco and Nokia X2.
In addition to these, the Nokia 6700 Slide in silver or pink is due to be added in November, the author notes.
Included for £8.50 is 100 minutes, 100 texts and the handset for no upfront fee.
Nokia has been in the news in recent weeks after releasing both the N8 and C7 devices.
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