'The future looks bright' for mobile phones
10 February 2010 — 11:53 AM
The future of mobile phones has been outlined and consumers have plenty of exciting features to look forward to, if suggestions by the chief executive officer of mobile network Orange are anything to go by.
Consumers could soon find a reason to sell their old mobile phone in order to receive cash to put towards a new handset making use of the latest technology.
Tom Alexander said of the company's High-Definition (HD) voice feature, "with its crystal clear, superior sound quality - its introduction will herald a new era for mobile communications and we'll be quick to forget what life was like before it".
He added that in future, people will be able to make use of their mobile phone, rather than cash or credit card, to pay for purchases whether online or instore.
It has recently been reported that users of the Apple iPhone could soon find that using their mobile phone becomes a regular occurrence in supermarket Tesco as it plans to introduce a Clubcard app with a range of integrated features.
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