Consumers could sell an old mobile to start using the Nokia Ovi Store

9 February 2010 — 5:35 PM

Trading in used phones could allow for a mobile upgrade

Consumers could be interested in selling an old mobile for cash to put towards a new Nokia handset with downloadable apps.

The increasing popularity of the mobile manufacturer's Ovi Store means that users could be finding it increasingly difficult to narrow down which apps are worth downloading and giving a try.

However, websiter My Daily App has suggested some of its favourite choices for this week.

It recommends Seekbert, which "takes the hassle out of playing the field by offering you instant searching on up to 60 different platforms", and costs £3 to download.

Socially Mobile is another which consumers may like to download as it pulls together contacts from social networking sites and also links them to your phonebook. This means that when they call, you are provided with an update on what is happening with them.

The Nokia N900 mobile has recently been nominated for the Gadget of the Year and Smartphone of the Year gongs in the Engadget Awards and is one device which consumers could choose to upgrade to.

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