Selling an old mobile could allow for a purchase of a new device with internet

9 April 2010 — 3:05 PM

Mobile recycling is proving popular with Britons.

Selling an old mobile phone with Envirofone may be an option that people looking to upgrade to a phone with internet access wish to consider.

A new announcement from Google might make searching for things via a handset easier for people when they are on the move as it will be closer to the experience provided to those using a computer.

Google Suggest will aim to provide the person with the answer they require without the need to write out the full word or wait for search results.

The search engine giant stated it will make "getting answers while on the go is even faster and easier".

It offers the example of if a person was to type "usd in pounds" into the search box then some common answers will be provided right below.

Recent suggestions from Juniper Research has stated people are no longer using their mobile for just calls and texts and by 2014, one in ten mobile phone users will either have a ticket delivered to their device, or will use their handset to purchase one.

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