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Surge In Mobile Phone Gaming Could Lead To Increase In Mobile Phone Recycling

WEBWIRE, a leading online mobile recycler, is predicting the recent surge in mobile phone gaming could lead to an increase in people recycling their old mobile phones in favour of smartphones and other devices which allow for improved gaming.

A recent study commissioned by PopCap, found that 55 per cent of smartphone gamers now play video games most frequently on their phones, compared to 22 per cent who play on their PC, and 20 per cent on a traditional video games console.

This massive increase from 2009 research which found that only 17 per cent of gamers played most often on their mobile phones is being attributed to the popularity of smartphones such as Apple’s iPhone and others. With hugely popular games such as Angry Birds which is now getting close to passing the 100 million downloads mark.

Simon Dunn of added: “The cheaper cost of mobile phone games compared to console or PC games, coupled with the fact that mobile phone games are becoming increasingly easy to download, is clearly contributing to this huge rise in mobile gaming.”

“However, what is particularly important is having the right device to play them on, and this really means a smartphone or something similar, which we believe will lead to a far greater demand for such devices. For those upgrading we predict that many will be looking to get rid of their phones quickly and easily for cash, turning to mobile recycling companies as awareness of them continues to grow,” said Dunn.

The service is simple: log on to; select the mobile model; place an order for an envelope; post it safely and payment will be received within five working days.



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