Our blog covers the latest in technology, mobile phones and tablets. Check out our blog to find articles about environmental sustainability, second hand phone market, how to guides as well as product reviews.
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The definitive guide to Australia's phone networks and plans for travellers and backpackers. Read this guide if you are a tourist looking for the best value phone plan in Australia.
Thinking of giving away or selling your mobile phone or tablet? Here are 5 things you should do before you hand your phone away.
More Australian’s are now buying second hand smartphones and tablets than ever. Have you ever wanted to buy a pre owned mobile phone but feel hesitant? Our checklist is the only checklist you’ll ever have to read when buying a second hand mobile phone. As Australia’s number one second hand mobile phone online retailer, we take pride in our checklist that we use for used phones and tablets.
An infographic showing the latest mobile phone statistics including smartphone users, operating system market share, apps downloaded, internet speeds and total spending on apps.
It used to be extremely difficult to shop for mobile phones or electronics if you lived remotely. If you were after a mobile phone, you would be limited to what your nearest Telco store or pawnbroker had in stock. Sometimes you would even have to wait for more stock of a specific model to come in.
Factory resets, also known as “wiping” or “data wiping” can help troubleshoot minor software issues in your iPhone. Performing a factory reset will wipe your device clean of all personal settings and data. This can be helpful if you are experiencing some software issues. It is also recommended doing if you are giving your iPhone to someone else and want to remove it of all your personal data.
Mobile phones are a modern day necessity. We depend on them for information, entertainment as well as communication. If you do not have access to a charger, there are still many ways to conserve your smartphones battery life.
More Australians are buying quality second hand mobile phones and tablets to take advantage of the cheaper price tag. Many are buying off reputable websites such as Akoda.com.au to avoid ending up with a lemon.
Are you experiencing some pain after dropping your beloved Apple iPhone into some water? Here are a few easy steps to bring your smartphone back to life, after dropping it into some liquid.
Upgrading your smartphone but don’t want to give away your old one for free? We understand that not everyone is rich, which is why we’re here to teach you how to sell your old smartphone without getting ripped off.
Copper, gold, silver, zinc and platinum are just some of the recyclable metals in mobile phones. These metals are becoming increasingly rare and require vast amounts of resources to mine and extract. 90% or more of the raw materials used in mobile phones can be recuperated. According to MobileMuster, “If the 16 million units stashed around the country was recycled, the recycled materials would amount to 3.2 million aluminium cans, 160,000 plastic fence posts, and save enough greenhouse gases to take 5,000 cars off the road indefinitely.