Nokia users offered eco-friendly rewards

Alongside its latest phones, Nokia has announced a new sustainability subscription service

that encourages people to keep their phones and tablets for longer 

them eco-friendly rewards for doing so.

Called Circular, the service will recycle devices that are returned to the farm,

refurbished and re-subscribed or donated to charity to keep them out of landfills, the tech company said.

The scheme rewards users with more "seeds" as long as they keep a device.

such as planting trees or reducing carbon, supporting organizations that remove plastic from rivers.

People are able to keep their phones longerCircular was born out of a desire to create a way to do that.

The new line-up is joined by the Nokia C31, which the firm says has a three-day battery life

Alongside its latest phones, Nokia has announced a new sustainability subscription service