July 12, 2013

Mobile phone graveyard opens its digital gates

A phone insurance company acting as a 'mobile graveyard' for the public to honour their old handsets and how they met their bitter end has launched today. The Telegraph reports.

quotemarksright.jpgOne recent gravestone reads: 'Here lies a Nokia 3210, which lost its life being thrown from the window of a 1997 Nissan Micra. Another reads: 'Here lies a iPhone 3G which lost its life being dropped into a bowl of milk after the user consumed all his Lucky Charms. Safe to say its luck ran out'.

The microsite hopes to highlight the ways in which handsets of today are most commonly broken, and to encourage people to be more careful with their mobile phones.quotesmarksleft.jpg

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