Sell my mobile? Only for an Apple

Sell my mobile? Only for an Apple
More people than ever may only be selling mobiles if they can replace them with a model from Apple's range.New research by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech has revealed the US manufacturer is continuing to grow in popularity in several markets around the world.In the 12 weeks of sales to November 27th, the brand saw its market share boom in some parts of the globe as consumers…

Trade in mobile for travel help

Trade in mobile for travel help
Trading in a mobile and investing in a state-of-the-art Nokia model is a move that may appeal to many consumers in all four corners of the world.With the chance to enjoy top-notch technology perhaps a decisive pull, the Finnish brand could add new customers as a result of its high-quality cameras, innovative designs and latest touchscreen functionality.Karen Bartlett, writing for Nokia Conversations, has revealed another…

Samsung could provide greatest incentive to trade in mobiles

Samsung could provide greatest incentive to trade in mobiles
Samsung phones might be the greatest draw for people looking to trade in their current mobile.That is because the manufacturer has once again been named as the most popular mobile phone in Australia and New Zealand, according to the latest ANZ Quarterly Mobile Devices Tracker by the International Data Corporation.It found the South Korean company enjoys a 65 per cent market share in Australia, ahead…

Could lizard persuade people to sell mobile phones?

Could lizard persuade people to sell mobile phones?
Consumers might be preparing to sell mobile phones after seeing the qualities of a potential replacement device displayed by a lizard.Philip Gith's bearded dragon is the star of an internet video hit that shows it playing games on his smartphone.He revealed more than 1.7 million people have now viewed the clip and television programmes from around the world have been in touch to ask for…

Will you sell mobile to switch to Galaxy Nexus?

Will you sell mobile to switch to Galaxy Nexus?
Many people are soon to be faced with a dilemma – stick with their current handset or sell a mobile and invest in the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus.The Google Mobile Blog has confirmed the device is now available in the US and one of the next nations it is due to be rolled out in is Australia.As the first model to feature the Android 4.0…

More Australians could be selling mobiles and switching to new devices

More Australians could be selling mobiles and switching to new devices
More people now have mobile phones than fixed lines in Australia, according to new research. The Roy Morgan State of the Nation Report 9 revealed that 88 per cent of the population use mobile devices, while fixed landline use currently stands at 80.4 per cent. Compiled from over half a million interviews conducted with consumers, the report suggests many people are selling their old phones…

Older people given incentive to trade in mobiles

Older people given incentive to trade in mobiles
Senior citizens may decide to trade in mobiles and get a new model following the launch of a smartphone specifically designed for older people. Telstra's EasyTouch Discovery 3 features a simple menu and a highly user-friendly interface aimed at people who want to use a smartphone without the complexities of a highly technical device. It also boasts updated versions of popular features found on the…

Vodafone ‘keeping mobile phone consumers happy’

Vodafone ‘keeping mobile phone consumers happy’
Vodafone has recorded more positive results in terms of mobile phone consumer satisfaction, according to the latest industry investigation.According to a study by Roy Morgan Research, the network enjoyed a second consecutive rise in the amount of happy users.In the six months to October, it was found that 62 per cent of Vodafone customers over the age of 14 were either 'very' or 'fairly' satisfied…