While many may consider the money received for recycling mobile phones to be the end of the financial incentives to do so, this may not be the case.
In recent weeks, a number of financial apps have been launched specifically for the revolutionary Apple iPhone.
For example, IFA Life launched its tool packed with hints and tips for people to make their money work for them, while TD Waterhouse has devised an app that is based on city trading.
As such, some may consider the iPhone to be a device that allows consumers to continue saving long after it has been purchased.
PC Advisor has thrown several more tools into the mix, naming the WhatsApp as a cheap and effective instant messaging service, while MyVoucherCodes promises to deliver savings on the high street.
Other options for eagle-eyed money savers include PetrolPrices.com – an app that shows where the most affordable fuel is to be found within an area – as well as 0870, an app that provides phone numbers that are cheaper than premium line codes.
Posted by Peter Robinson
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