We post great deals quite often, but this is really one you shouldn’t miss if you’re in the UK. If you haven’t yet dived into the Android world and are looking for an entry-level device to see whether you’ll get along with Google’s mobile operating system or not, if you want a smartphone but don’t want to pay an arm and a leg for it and/or commit to years and years of service agreements with operators…
The T-Mobile Pulse Mini is for you. This is an unassuming little Android smartphone, and it’s clearly low-end. But you really can’t say anything bad about a smartphone that costs £19.99, even if it is pink. And that’s without needing to sign any contract of any length whatsoever. The only thing you need to do to get the phone for £19.99 is to purchase a £10 Pay as you go top-up with it. That’s it.
You leave home with £30, come back with a brand new smartphone as well as £10 in credit for calls or texts. And get this: the Pulse Mini comes with 6 months of free data. That’s half a year of surfing the web for free on a device that costs £19.99. Too good to be true? It is true.
So run, don’t walk, to your nearest T-Mobile store or dealer, or perhaps just go to TMo’s website and get yourself one of these, even if you’ll only use it as a spare phone. Seriously, £19.99 for a smartphone? Insane.
If you were expecting the Pulse Mini to have some top notch features, you’ll obviously be disappointed. It does, however, have a 2.8-inch 240×320 resistive touchscreen, 600 MHz processor, 300 MB of internal memory expandable via a microSD card slot, a 3.15 MP camera with LED flash, GPS, 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and a 1150 mAh battery.
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