Stay in touch by selling used phones in favour of Facebook-friendly handset
22 July 2010 — 3:58 PM
As the importance of social networking in everyday life grows, it may be wise to cash in on used phones and put the money towards a Facebook-friendly device.
Mark Zuckerberg, writing the Facebook Blog, says the site has passed 500 million members across the world.
"This is an important milestone for all of you who have helped spread Facebook... Now a lot more people have the opportunity to stay connected with the people they care about," he states.
And it is not only from a desktop or laptop computer that this is possible - people may also wish to have Facebook on the go, meaning a switch to a mobile phone that supports it is necessary.
Some of the most popular smartphones that users could sell an old mobile in favour of include Apple's iPhone and HTC's Wildfire.
An article in a recent edition of ShortList magazine suggested the Wildfire device can make its owner the "king of the social networking jungle".
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