Businesses could recycle mobile phones in favour of Orange plan
14 October 2010 — 4:10 PM
Businesses in the UK with a large number of mobiles to their name may find recycling all their used phones and signing up to a special deal with Orange is a good move.
The network has announced it is launching a Corporate Talk Plan that will enable organisations to link all their handsets to landlines, meaning calls between various members of staff and departments are as simple as they can be.
It will also help those who make a lot of office to mobile calls, as the new plan is designed to help firms keep a lid on their expenses.
Michael Lawrence, head of corporate propositions at Orange, says: "With lower out of bundle charges [businesses] don't need to worry about the bills and can lower their operating costs with a plan that suits their needs."
Other benefits of signing up include free calls to landlines, a reduced rate when phoning mobiles and a 24-hour faulty handset repair service.
Orange has recently been in the headlines for allowing its customers to benefit from T-Mobile's network as well as its own, following the companies' merger.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you think your business would benefit from a business package like the one offered at Orange, your office might want to consider trading in its old mobile phones."
News brought to you by envirofone.com – the UK's largest mobile phone recycling company.
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