Mobile trade-in may be profitable with T-Mobile Vibe

Customers who choose to trade-in a mobile phone for money with Mazuma may find they are in profit should they opt for the T-Mobile Vibe as a replacement.Asavin Wattanajantra, penning an article for CNET UK, explains the model is an attractive budget phone that can be purchased for about £40.Featuring a 2.8-inch touchscreen, full qwerty keyboard and two-megapixel camera, the Vibe could be considered a…

Jet-setters may wish to invest in mobile phone with 3G

The provision of 3G internet coverage across the world is becoming so strong it may be time to class a mobile phone capable of accessing the platform as a necessity among regular jet-setters.Kester Mann, author of an article for CC Insight, explains 3G connectivity is now available at the foot of Mount Everest, emphasising its worldwide appeal.Those who enjoy trips to top sights but wish…

Nokia mobiles ‘offer a range of benefits to users’

Nokia's vast collection of apps that are available to all users of its smartphones is perhaps one of the greatest reasons to sign up to a deal with the Finnish firm.Phil, writing the Nokia Conversations blog, explains some of these advantages and the impact they can have on the experience enjoyed by owners of the N8, C7 and other models.He cites versatility as a key…

Sony Ericsson Cedar ‘is a great mobile and good for the environment’

Those who recycle a mobile may already be aware they are doing their bit for the environment, but this could be emphasised by opting for the Sony Ericsson Cedar when it comes to choosing a replacement.That is because the model is one of the greenest on the mobile market, with T3 writer Tom Truman noting the manufacturer puts its rivals "to shame" in this area.Weighing…

Trade-in mobile phone to keep up to date with latest news

Trading-in a mobile in order to upgrade to a handset capable of offering the latest news at the touch of a button may be a tempting prospect for those who like to keep their finger on the pulse.And now it seems such a tactic could be even more effective, after Google launched updates to its Google News service.Arun Prasath, author of the Google Mobile Blog,…

Apple ‘targets quality over quantity in smartphone market’

Mobile phone users are unlikely to ever be in a position to choose from a wide range of Apple devices, but they can be assured of high quality when investing in a model from the brand. Flora Graham, mobile phones editor at review site CNET UK, says the company is not interested in its popularity, only success and profit. "Their goal isn't like Nokia's goal…

Mobile users can benefit from Microsoft technology with Nokia phone

People who require regular access to their emails, even when they are away from the office or home computer, may be wise to splash out on a Nokia mobile phone.Ian, author of the latest Nokia Conversations blog, explains the Finnish brand has continued its alliance with computer giant Microsoft by releasing an updated version of the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync system.This allows those with handsets produced…

Schools could use mobile phones to win cash

Schools and teachers around the country may find an investment in the latest smartphones pays off handsomely over the coming months.Education chiefs are being invited by O2 to film lessons from their institution and upload the clips to the network's website.Students can then benefit from the learning resources in the run-up to exams, with the most-watched tutorials being awarded a cash prize from a fund…