Samsung Galaxy S II could inspire people to sell mobiles

More people could be selling mobile phones in the UK in order to switch to the Samsung Galaxy S II than any other handset.That is because, according to research by uSwitch.com, the device is the most popular of all among Britons.Compiling the figures for June, the site found the Samsung model to once again be top of the pile, followed by a number of HTC…

Mobile trade in prior to holiday may be good idea

People planning to travel overseas for a holiday this summer may be shrewd if they decide to trade in their mobile phone first. That is because some devices can be particularly expensive to operate while abroad, with text messaging, calls and internet browsing all said to be potentially costly exercises. New research by Carphone Warehouse has found that some 79 per cent of mobile users…

Trade in mobile for days out ideas

Britons who love to get out and see their country should consider trading in a mobile and upgrading to a new device, if one expert is to be believed. Yolanda Copes-Stepney, destination PR officer at VisitEngland, said technology can be used to enjoy apps and websites that contain information and advice on where to go for a holiday or day out. She noted there are…

Trade in mobile and switch to iPhone for latest news

People with a hunger for the latest news at the touch of a button may have plenty to gain from trading in their mobiles and upgrading to an iPhone.The Times has confirmed it is relaunching its app for the Apple model, providing users with headlines as they break from around the world.Whether it is the latest events in Westminster, stories from the world of sport…

Consumers can enjoy TV via mobile after selling used phones

People who choose to sell used phones and switch to one of the latest Samsung models will find a new app enables them to enjoy television services. The company has confirmed the release of the Smart View app, which offers content on both the Smart TVs and mobile devices it produces. For now, people must trade in their mobiles and buy the Samsung Galaxy S…

Nokia mobile phones may be choice of eco-friendly consumers

Green-thinking mobile phone users may be keen to own handsets produced by Nokia, as a result of the company's eco-friendly approach to business.The Finnish brand has released its latest Sustainability Report for 2010, indicating that it once again meets the required standards.According to the publication, Nokia finished top of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for firms in its sector, while it also managed to achieve…

Businesses urged to focus on mobile phones

Mobile phones could hold the key to success for a number of businesses over the years to come, if one expert is to be believed. Ben Sillitoe, editor of Retail Gazette, explained e-retail is one of the driving forces of the market at the moment. He noted there has been a significant advancement in technology in recent times that has led to many firms taking…