Mobile recycling could allow for LG phone purchase

Mobile recycling could prove to be an option worth considering for consumers looking to receive cash to put towards a purchase of a mobile phone with better technology. LG has unveiled the latest addition to its Cookie range - the appropriately-titled Fresh. The budget-price touchscreen handset is expected to retail in the UK on a Pay as you Go basis, although details are not yet…

Apps could encourage users to sell an old mobile to upgrade

Consumers who would like to start using apps and games on their mobile phone may wish to consider mobile recycling as an option in order to receive cash to put towards a new handset.Nokia customers can choose from a range of apps to download to their devices, whether purely for fun or to enhance the features of a mobile phone. The mobile operator's Conversations blog…

Mobile recycling could be ideal for music fans

Mobile recycling may be an option worth considering for music lovers as a new handset could provide them with the opportunity to download a number of songs. Nokia has revealed the year's ten most popular downloadable movie soundtracks for users of its Comes With Music service. The Oscars awarded Pixar movie Up last night in Los Angeles (March 7th) for its music but consumers preferred…

Racing game could encourage consumers to upgrade their mobile phone

Gadget fans could wish to consider selling an old mobile phone in order to upgrade to a new handset with downloadable games. One game that could tempt consumers towards an upgrade allowing them to play games on their handset is Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing. Gaming fans will instantly see the similarities between the game and Nintendo's hugely popular Mario Kart games, as just like…

Google ‘could spring a surprise’ for mobile phone users

Consumers should not bet against the search engine giant Google springing a handset that is as surprising and popular as the Apple iPhone, it has been suggested.Google has recently launched its first handset - the Nexus One - which has been sold thus far exclusively through its website - but is set to be made more widely available in Europe thanks to a link up…

Mobile recycling could allow for a new handset with navigation

Nokia has already enjoyed a successful uptake of its Ovi Maps service since making it available to users of its handsets as a free downloadable app. However, the next stage of development could prove to be even more exciting for consumers who could soon integrate the programme into the dashboard of their vehicle. Dashboard system manufacturer Alpine has suggested to Engadget that a joint venture…

Games-loving mobile phone users could wish to upgrade

Consumers who enjoy playing games and would like to do so on a new handset could wish to consider mobile recycling as an option, in order to do so. Car fanatics could be pleased to hear that Volkswagen has joined forces with gaming company Fishlabs to release a new racing title - Volkswagen Think Blue Challenge - for the Apple iPhone. Unlike most games car…

Mobile phone applications ‘attractive to consumers’

Consumers could wish to consider mobile phone recycling in order to receive cash to put towards purchase of an Apple iPhone.A developer for the iPhone has revealed that they have made $13,000 (£8,607) in one month from a self-developed Android application.Thousands of apps are available for the iPhone, serving a number of purposes and many are free to download.Dan Grabham, deputy editor of TechRadar, said:…