'All ages' engaging in mobile communications
4 December 2009 — 10:17 AM
Mobile recycling customers may be among the growing number of people who demand more from their gadgets, if a new survey is to be believed.
Commissioned by Motorola, the 2009 Media Engagement Barometer showed that age was no longer a barrier to staying connected and most demographics are now happy to use the latest technologies.
It was noted that "parents, grandparents and children alike" all engage in products and services available thanks to the internet and mobile phones, something which a spokesman for the manufacturer said is likely to continue.
Dan Moloney, president of the group's home and networks mobility business, said: "The barometer findings have demonstrated how networking technologies have had a really powerful impact in integrating the different facets of people's lives".
In 2009, Motorola has launched a number of new smartphones that may interest consumers involved in mobile recycling - such as the DEXT and the DROID.
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