Samsung Galaxy S II may be perfect option for those trading in mobiles

Samsung Galaxy S II may be perfect option for those trading in mobiles
People who trade in mobile phones in order to switch to one of the greatest devices on the market should consider the Samsung Galaxy S II, if its sales figures are anything to go by. The manufacturer has confirmed that the device has now registered ten million sales around the world. This means it has doubled from a figure of five million that was reported…

“Exceptional design” of Nokia N9 could appeal to mobile recycling fans

“Exceptional design” of Nokia N9 could appeal to mobile recycling fans
People who are contemplating recycling their mobile phone in order to upgrade to a superior device may wish to consider the Nokia N9.The Finnish manufacturer has confirmed that it is now shipping the brand new handset, which is said to boast an "exceptional design" and top-quality craftsmanship.Ilari Nurmi, vice-president of marketing at Nokia, said the mobile sets the bar for how innovative and attractive a…

Trade in mobile to enjoy new Three deal

Trade in mobile to enjoy new Three deal
A new deal offered by the network Three could tempt some people into trading in their mobile phone and switching to one of the firm's devices.It has revealed that for an extra £3 a month, customers can enjoy all-you-can-eat data consumption, meaning there are no restrictions to browsing the web at any time.Due to start on October 7th, the special tariff comes just months after…

Young people who sell mobiles ‘will benefit from NFC technology’

Young people who sell mobiles ‘will benefit from NFC technology’
There are a number of ways that young people who sell mobiles and upgrade to a superior device will continue to benefit from the technology on offer.Howard Wilcox, senior analyst at Juniper Research, explained that near field communication (NFC) technology is one interesting aspect.He remarked it is set to have a great impact on businesses, which will be able to tailor the services they offer…

New ‘quick tap’ phone could persuade people to sell mobiles

New ‘quick tap’ phone could persuade people to sell mobiles
Consumers around the UK may be planning to sell mobiles in order to get their hands on a new device launched by Orange and Barclaycard.The firms have teamed up to launch the Samsung Wave 578 that boasts the revolutionary 'quick tap' contactless payment system.This means owners can use the mobile to pay for goods in shops around the country that support the technology.Available in black,…

Trade in mobile for top web browsing experience

Trade in mobile for top web browsing experience
Web browsing may be a strong consideration for consumers when it comes to trading in their mobile phones and choosing another device.David Nachum, product manager of Mobile Ads and author of the Google Mobile Blog, stated that a good experience when it comes to viewing websites from a handset is essential.He said that people who do not enjoy this will immediately be put off the…

Heed safety advice after trading in mobile phones

Heed safety advice after trading in mobile phones
There are many reasons to trade in a mobile phone and switch to a modern smartphone, packed with fun and useful features.It is an option that many people may be taking, as they bid to keep up with the smartphone revolution that is sweeping the country.And while access to the web, the chance to send and receive emails and all the latest games are highly…

Twitter fans given new reason to trade in mobiles

Selling a mobile phone and switching to a device with the network O2 may be a move that suddenly appeals a lot more to Twitter users.That is because the company has announced that it is supporting the launch of Twitter MMS, which will allow mobile users to add pictures to the social network straight from their phone.It means people will be able to share their…