T-Mobile to offer HTC Desire

People on the T-Mobile network could soon wish to take advantage of it offering the recently-unveiled HTC Desire.The handset will be available to customers from March 26th, it has been revealed and the device could drive mobile recycling for people looking to receive cash to put towards a new phone. It was announced by the mobile network via its official UK Twitter page following the…

‘Phone of the year’ could drive mobile recycling

Consumers could be interested in selling their used phone for cash to put towards a purchase of the "phone of the year". The HTC Hero received the accolade at the 15th Global mobile Awards, while Apple chief Steve Jobs was voted as Mobile Industry Personality of the Year. RIM won the Best Mobile Enterprise Product or Service prize for its BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.0 and…

HTC Smart ‘is an affordable smartphone’

The HTC Smart is already said to offer smartphone functionality at an affordable price, but if you trade in your mobile you could help offset the upgrade cost even further.When you trade in your mobile, you can keep any personal parts - such as the memory card, or a replacement charger if you've bought one - and just need to send in the handset and…

MeeGo ‘heralds a new era’ for mobile users

The MeeGo software platform from computer developer Intel and mobile phone manufacturer Nokia could see handsets and computer devices come closer together in the years ahead.In a Nokia Conversations post, the company explains that applications held on one device should be able to be moved on to any compatible MeeGo device.People who trade in their old mobile phone for a newer, compatible model can therefore…

Consumers could wish to sell an old mobile to get the HTC Desire

Selling an old mobile phone could provide consumers with cash to put towards the purchase a HTC Desire, which has been unveiled by Orange. The handset uses an Android operating system and is set to made available to customers in the UK from April, the network has revealed. A 1-Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor should ensure that users experience speedy transitions to services on the phone…

Navigation applications could benefit consumers

Consumers could be tempted to recycle their old mobile phone in order to receive cash to upgrade to a handset with navigation and mapping. The issue of navigation packages on mobile devices has been a well-discussed topic at the Mobile World Congress industry fair in Barcelona this week, Reuters suggests. "Navigation on phones was an industry, now it is an application, an application for free,"…

Mobile banking users ‘to double in 2010’

You could be tempted to trade in your mobile for a new model in 2010, as it is predicted to be the year that mobile banking services really gain ground.In the past, high-speed internet connections have meant that many people could do all their necessary banking online, according to ABI Research.Now, a new generation of handsets and the rise of text-message banking are helping to…

Google has potential to “jump the market”

Google has the potential to "jump the market" in the same way that the iPhone did if it makes changes to attract consumers, it has been suggested. According to a survey by Nielsen Research, 63 per cent of mobile phone users say they want smart, personalised mobile internet services which are tailored to their personal preferences, location and social setting to be implemented within the…