Mobile recycling users could look for Facebook in replacement
Consumers who recycle a mobile phone may wish to prioritise access to social networking site Facebook when it comes to choosing a replacement device.
New research by YouGov has uncovered the popularity of the portal and how frequently it is accessed by users.
As such, investing in an iPhone and viewing Facebook through its official app or selecting a model with strong internet browsing qualities could be a good idea.
The study revealed that 74 per cent of account holders are pleased with the service and have no intention of logging out for the final time.
While some suggested they felt the privacy settings are a little intrusive, 27 per cent admitted they should cut down on the time they spend on the network, perhaps illustrating its addictive nature.
One handset that consumers could choose is the Nokia N9, which the Finnish brand officially released earlier this week and is said to offer excellent web technology.
Posted by Simon Thomas