Pay-as-you-go deals after selling mobiles ‘provide great value’

Those who sell mobiles and sign up for a pay-as-you-go deal on a replacement device will enjoy great value, an expert has suggested. Tom Rainsford, head of brand and proposition at giffgaff, explained that all the top providers now offer excellent tariffs on such a basis. He said that individuals can enjoy "even better value" if they switch to pay-as-you-go, with a vast amount of…

Trade in mobile for increased dining options

People who love to eat at restaurants around the UK could benefit from trading in mobile phones and switching to a new device with internet access.This would allow them to access the Livebookings website, where table reservations for a host of eateries can be made.Colin Tenwick, chief executive officer of the portal, said there are some wonderful spots to eat out in the country.However, the…

The Family That Recycles Together, Gets Paid Together

The festive season is all about getting together with our nearest and dearest for lots of eating, drinking, fighting, napping, arguing over the telly, laughing and making general merriment right through to the end of Boxing Day, when all but the cheeriest finally run out of energy and give-in to Last of the Summer Wine re-runs! Well, that’s what our Christmases tend to be like…

NatWest and RBS customers could trade in mobiles to stay in touch with fina

People who bank with NatWest or RBS have been given a new incentive to trade in mobile phones and switch to a new Android-powered device.That is because the financial institutions have confirmed the release of a joint app that will allow users of both organisations to access their accounts from a mobile.NatWest and RBS already have apps for iPhone and BlackBerry owners, so the news…

Increasing popularity of Motorola could be reason to sell mobiles

Britons could be hoping to sell their mobile phones once they realise just how popular Motorola has become.The handset manufacturer has revealed its latest financial results for the third quarter of 2011, which show its net revenue increased by 11 per cent compared to the same period last year.In addition, it was found that Motorola shipped 11.6 million devices over the three months, which included…

People should be “excited” about future of mobile phone technology

There are reasons to be excited about what the future has in store for those who trade in mobiles in order to switch to one of the top-of-the-range devices.Michael Woolstrum, chief executive officer of Touch International, explained that touchscreens are set to advance rapidly over the years to come.He said that the number of applications that can be developed to work with touchscreens is "virtually…

Boost Festive Funds with Mazuma Mobile

Ok, so there’s an ulterior motive to today’s blog entry – we want you to trade in your mobile phones so we can fund our campaign for world domination. That’s not really true, although we are the No.1 tablet and mobile phone recycling company in the U.K. We’re not after world domination in the scary totalitarian sense; we just want to carry on providing an…