Mobile recycling customers promised more from Microsoft and Samsung

Mobile recycling customers promised more from Microsoft and Samsung
Those who have decided to opt for mobile recycling as a way of disposing of their current phone could look to Microsoft and Samsung for a replacement.That is because the technology firms have confirmed they are to team up to extend their range of smartphones for consumers.A deal has been signed that will allow each of the companies to benefit from the technology developed by…

Three customers could trade in mobile for HTC Explorer

Three customers could trade in mobile for HTC Explorer
Customers of the network Three – or those who wish to join it – could trade in their used mobile phones and upgrade to the HTC Explorer.That is because the company has confirmed it will soon be stocking the hi-tech smartphone, which is said to be ideal for first-time users of such devices.It is based on the Android 2.3 operating system and features a 3.2-megapixel…

New sat nav app available to those who recycle mobile phones

New sat nav app available to those who recycle mobile phones
People who recycle mobiles in order to upgrade to an Apple iPhone will have the potential to download a brand new sat nav app that has been launched by skobbler.The developer has announced that Navigation 2 will be released imminently and, to mark this occasion, the premium version of its current tool is available for free.This means consumers can get their hands on skobbler Navigation…

Apple iPad may be best option for those selling mobiles to join tablet revo

Apple iPad may be best option for those selling mobiles to join tablet revo
A huge number of people may wish to turn to the Apple iPad after selling mobile phones in order to join the tablet revolution.New research from Strategy Analytics found that the device managed to record an 80 per cent market share in North America over the course of the second quarter of 2011.The manufacturer is said to be the dominant force in the US tablet…

Android popularity may extend to those who sell mobiles

Android popularity may extend to those who sell mobiles
In the US, Android has become the market leader in the operating system provider sector, which could make it the preferred choice of those who sell mobiles in order to switch to another device.Nielsen has revealed in its Mobile Insights report for August that 43 per cent of consumers in the States now own a phone that runs on the platform.Meanwhile, 56 per cent of…

Could the rise of Gmail justify a mobile trade in?

Could the rise of Gmail justify a mobile trade in?
Trading in a mobile phone in order to switch to a device that offers connection to the internet and email services may be an option that has crossed the mind of many.It could increasingly become an option for Gmail users, after the service was said to have enjoyed a significant surge in popularity.QueryClick has revealed that the latest figures show the email portal is set…

App-based payments could persuade people to sell mobile phones

App-based payments could persuade people to sell mobile phones
The prospect of paying for goods with an app-based system may appeal so much to consumers that many sell mobile phones in order to switch to devices that support the technology.PhonepayPlus has revealed that it has published a public consultation paper on the issue, after spending some time following the apps market.It noted that apps can "enrich" the lives of users and are now a…

Trade in mobiles for access to new broadband roll-out

Trade in mobiles for access to new broadband roll-out
Owners of some 400,000 homes and businesses in the UK could have a brand new reason to trade in their mobile phones and switch to one of the latest smartphones. That is because they now have access to brand new broadband connections, which have been installed by BT. All of the properties to benefit from the project are located in London, with areas such as…