HTC Sensation XL could provide incentive to recycle mobile phones

HTC Sensation XL could provide incentive to recycle mobile phones
Consumers may be rushing to recycle mobile phones and switch to the HTC Sensation XL with Beats Audio when they find out it is available from Three.The network has confirmed that the device is now available to buy from its stores across the nation and on the internet.Perhaps one of the major attractions of the model is its eight-megapixel camera, although it also boasts a…

Trade in mobile for increased dining options

Trade in mobile for increased dining options
People who love to eat at restaurants around the UK could benefit from trading in mobile phones and switching to a new device with internet access.This would allow them to access the Livebookings website, where table reservations for a host of eateries can be made.Colin Tenwick, chief executive officer of the portal, said there are some wonderful spots to eat out in the country.However, the…

Pay-as-you-go deals after selling mobiles ‘provide great value’

Pay-as-you-go deals after selling mobiles ‘provide great value’
Those who sell mobiles and sign up for a pay-as-you-go deal on a replacement device will enjoy great value, an expert has suggested.Tom Rainsford, head of brand and proposition at giffgaff, explained that all the top providers now offer excellent tariffs on such a basis.He said that individuals can enjoy "even better value" if they switch to pay-as-you-go, with a vast amount of deals on…

Consumers could sell mobiles to invest in the future

Consumers could sell mobiles to invest in the future
Australians who sell mobiles in order to change to a device that offers contactless payment technology will be investing in the future.Simon Curtis, senior vice-president of strategic sales and business development at YES-Wallet.com, explained that the feature is now a popular and secure one.While some may have reservations about its security, the expert suggested this will be dealt with by councils, phone operators and manufacturers…

Developer: Apps are the future for mobile phone users in Australia

Developer: Apps are the future for mobile phone users in Australia
Mobile phone users in Australia are slowly realising the potential of apps and will embrace them in the future. This is the claim made by industry spokesman Shane Williamson at a conference in Australia, with the expert telling a reporter from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation that businesses in the country are currently bringing out relatively simple apps. His remarks were echoed by app developer Jennifer…

Samsung could provide greatest incentive to Australians to trade in mobiles

Samsung could provide greatest incentive to Australians to trade in mobiles
The popularity of Samsung handsets at the moment could prompt people in Australia to trade in mobile phones in order to get their hands on one. New figures show that the company overtook Apple as the maker of choice for smartphone purchases, shipping 27.8 million devices between July and September this year. According to the data from Strategy Analytics, 24 per cent of the total…

Mobile banking is a reason to recycle used phones

Mobile banking is a reason to recycle used phones
People who recycle their used phones in order to upgrade to a top-quality mobile will be able to enjoy access to a banking app.New research by comScore has found that the use of such tools is very much on the rise in the US.In fact, as many as 32.5 million people in the country are said to have accessed a mobile banking feature in June,…

New Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 models could persuade Australians to sell

New Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 models could persuade Australians to sell
Australian consumers may find that Nokia's decision to launch two phones makes it the perfect time to sell mobiles and invest in the new devices, once they are released down under.The Finnish brand this week confirmed the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 handsets are to hit the shelves shortly and will become the first Nokia designs to be powered by Windows Phone.It used the Nokia…