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Join hands in building a safer environment; recycle your old Nokia device in this way

With technology being upgraded every second, technological hazards keep upgrading too. Humankind has been frequently making efforts to safeguard the environment. We are all familiar with the three R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) since schooldays.

On this same line, mobile phone companies have been trying to make their products more environmentally friendly. Nokia is one such company that has been doing the same.

Nokia offers the option to recycle your old devices. If you are a Nokia user who is planning on upgrading anytime sooner, you can recycle your old device. This article talks about the recycling process.

Nokia offers the option to a user to send their used device to them. This comes free of cost and you can trust Nokia to safely dispose of your device. Nokia would ensure that the raw materials will be reused in safer ways or disposed of securely.

To do so, you first need to fill up an online phone available on the Nokia website. You can then drop off the device at an approved pickup point notified by Nokia. Their courier services will then pick up the device and carry it to the designated location.

Contribute to an environment friendly by recycling your old Nokia device.

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