O2 to sell new HTC smartphone without a charger
O2 will sell a new HTC smartphone that will come without a charger, as part of a new scheme designed to get consumers to start using their old wires
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The device will, instead, comprise of a charging slot that's compatible with most smartphone chargers and will be available solely from O2, who claims over 100m unused chargers in the UK.
The network operator also claims another interesting stat: Of the 30m new phones sold in the UK, 70 per cent of their buyers are in possession of a compatible charger.