Trade in mobile to enjoy new Three deal

A new deal offered by the network Three could tempt some people into trading in their mobile phone and switching to one of the firm's devices. It has revealed that for an extra £3 a month, customers can enjoy all-you-can-eat data consumption, meaning there are no restrictions to browsing the web at any time. Due to start on October 7th, the special tariff comes just…

App-based payments could persuade people to sell mobile phones

The prospect of paying for goods with an app-based system may appeal so much to consumers that many sell mobile phones in order to switch to devices that support the technology.PhonepayPlus has revealed that it has published a public consultation paper on the issue, after spending some time following the apps market.It noted that apps can "enrich" the lives of users and are now a…

Trade in mobiles for access to new broadband roll-out

Owners of some 400,000 homes and businesses in the UK could have a brand new reason to trade in their mobile phones and switch to one of the latest smartphones. That is because they now have access to brand new broadband connections, which have been installed by BT. All of the properties to benefit from the project are located in London, with areas such as…

Save a third on phone bill by selling mobile and using Orange

Consumers have been advised that selling a mobile and moving to Orange for a new contract could help them to save a third on their monthly bill. The network has confirmed that it has been chosen by MoneySupermarket as its preferred mobile provider, after it was found to offer the chance to slash 32 per cent from invoices. In return for the link-up, Orange will…

“Exceptional design” of Nokia N9 could appeal to mobile recycling fans

People who are contemplating recycling their mobile phone in order to upgrade to a superior device may wish to consider the Nokia N9.The Finnish manufacturer has confirmed that it is now shipping the brand new handset, which is said to boast an "exceptional design" and top-quality craftsmanship.Ilari Nurmi, vice-president of marketing at Nokia, said the mobile sets the bar for how innovative and attractive a…

Samsung Galaxy S II may be perfect option for those trading in mobiles

People who trade in mobile phones in order to switch to one of the greatest devices on the market should consider the Samsung Galaxy S II, if its sales figures are anything to go by. The manufacturer has confirmed that the device has now registered ten million sales around the world. This means it has doubled from a figure of five million that was reported…

Young people who sell mobiles ‘will benefit from NFC technology’

There are a number of ways that young people who sell mobiles and upgrade to a superior device will continue to benefit from the technology on offer.Howard Wilcox, senior analyst at Juniper Research, explained that near field communication (NFC) technology is one interesting aspect.He remarked it is set to have a great impact on businesses, which will be able to tailor the services they offer…

Make Extra Cash with your Old Mobile Phone

A bit of extra cash is always welcome, especially these days when the cost of living is at an all-time high. Of course, there are many ways to supplement your income, with some being distinctly easier than others. To this end, if you have any old mobile phones in your draws or cupboards then you might well be able to take advantage of one the easiest ways to earn a bit of extra cash.