Nokia C3 Touch and Type ‘is a small, light and sleek looking mobile phone’

Consumers who are not yet ready to trade in mobiles and upgrade to a smartphone have been told of the benefits of the Nokia C3 Touch and Type.The Finnish brand boasts a wide range of mobiles in its portfolio, many of which make use of its innovative technology.Nokia is the company that has given the mobile world tools such as Ovi Maps and Symbian.But investing…

Motorola mobiles may tempt those who sell used phones

Motorola's renewed partnership with Sprint might be all the incentive some people need to snap up one of the firm's mobiles.The companies have announced they are to team up once again in a bid to extend innovation in the market and to provide new devices.More than ten new Motorola mobiles will be released over the remainder of 2011, each designed for businesses and consumers –…

Trading in mobile to gain internet access may be more common

People trading in mobiles and upgrading to newer models with internet connectivity might be responsible for part of the surge in the technology.According to Infonetics Research, the number of individuals with mobile broadband finally passed those with access to the web from a home-based portal in 2010.Some 558 million people are now said to enjoy the benefits of being able to view their favourite websites…

Could check-in technology affect mobile trade in decisions?

Check-in technology has risen to such prominence in the communications market that it could now affect the decisions of those due to trade in mobiles.Whether it is checking in to a famous place or building, informing loved ones of whereabouts or inviting friends to meet up at a particular location, the tool is often a useful and informative one.Jason, writing for Nokia Conversations, noted that…

Reduction in data roaming charges could inspire mobile trade ins

A much-needed cut in the cost of data roaming could persuade many consumers to trade in their mobile phones and switch to a newer model.The Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has released research that shows charges are currently too excessive.It has called on regulators and policy makers to impose limitations on the amount operators can charge users to access the internet via their…

Mobile phone experts urged to improve broadband services

While broadband access is important to many mobile phone users, it could be so much better, in the opinion of one expert.Chris Marling, editor of Broadband Genie, said the UK is currently "dragging our heels" when it comes to adopting the latest technology.He noted that 4G connections are now widespread in the US and across some parts of Europe, with speeds averaging more than 10Mb…

Sell mobiles and switch to Nokia for instant messaging

Those who love to keep in touch with their friends but do not want to run up a bill for thousands of texts every month could find the solution is to sell their mobile.In its place, investing in a Nokia device will allow individuals to download the new IM for Nokia app.Nokia Conversations has described this as an instant messaging tool that will allow users…

Booking a holiday could be easier after trading in mobiles

Trading in mobile phones in favour of a newer handset might be one option for those who like to rely on the internet when it comes to securing a holiday.Research by sunshine.co.uk has concluded that more than half (54 per cent) of Britons now use technology in some way prior to a trip abroad.The most popular option is to visit review sites on the internet,…