Music fans might wish to consider mobile recycling
8 March 2010 — 6:04 PM
Music fans could wish to consider upgrading to a handset better suited to their tastes, something which mobile recycling could allow.
Pixar's Up was awarded the musical gong and Best Original Score at the Oscars yesterday (March 7th) but mobile phone users found that other movie soundtracks were more to their tastes in 2009.
Nokia has revealed its Top Ten downloaded movie soundtracks through its Comes With Music service between December 2008 and January 2010 and found that James Cameron's sci-fi blockbuster Avatar was the only Oscar 2010 nominee to be included, securing second spot.
Teen Vampire flick Twilight enjoyed the most success in the soundtrack stakes, while Mamma Mia! Perhaps unsurprisingly also fared well.
Consumers may enjoy being able to listen to a huge range of tracks, both new and old, while on the go and could wish to consider selling an old mobile to upgrade to a new music based device.
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