Nokia 5800 shoppers offered new Vodafone deal
Having made handsets like the Nokia 5800 and Samsung Tocco Lite available on its pay-as-you-go tariffs, Vodafone has now announced another reason some may want to consider mobile phone recycling.
This week the network unveiled the details of a new offer that will see its prepay users rewarded with a ten per cent credit every time they top-up their device with £10.
According to the carrier, getting £1 back in the Vodafone Bonus Bank every time they spend a tenner could provide them with plenty of options further down the line - as the funds can be spent in a number of ways.
"After three months and as long as they have saved a minimum of £5, customers can spend their Vodafone Bonus Bank savings. How is up to them," it advised.
This could mean more credit added to their account, or cash towards the cost of a new handset - something that can also be done by recycling used phones.
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