Is using cash for a mobile phone to upgrade a good move?
1 June 2010 — 7:04 PM
Users who take cash for a mobile phone from Envirofone could enjoy a greater experience with a handset by either Nokia or Apple.
Nokia's head of global partner marketing Nick Malaperiman admits his firm's user experience is currently not at the level of Apple's.
But, with the telecommunications chief promising the company is doing all it can to make improvements to its answer to Apple's App Store, opting for a Nokia device may also be a good move.
"There's no shame in saying that Apple has done a fantastic job with their user experience," Mr Malaperiman says.
Whether users choose the proven success of Apple - and handsets such as the iPhone or its new iPad - or the potential of Nokia, which offers ranges that run on the S60 operating system, selling their old phone may prove to be a good decision.
Last year Nokia sold more than a billion phones worldwide, with some 250 million enabled with its Ovi Store technology.
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