In January the Advertising Standards Authority upheld complaints against a Three UK leaflet that claimed "No other network gives you more for £10."
Now another similar complaint has been upheld by the ASA against Three.
We start this week's edition of The Fonecast by talking about Nortel's patents before moving on to Google+, roaming charges, mobile payments and health concerns. We also find time to discuss app stores, some new research and the Pope's iPad.
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Mark Bridge writes:
Recycling an unwanted mobile phone makes sense. It's good for the environment and it generates cash as well.
Newer phones recycled in Western Europe are likely to be reconditioned and resold locally, while older models may be reconditioned for use in developing countries. Damaged phones are either used for spares or are broken down for the metals and minerals in their components.
But what happens when people in those developing countries need to recycle their phones?