For those of you in the UK, back in April we brought news of one of the best smartphone deals we’ve ever seen. T-Mobile’s Pulse Mini, admittedly a very low-end Android smartphone, but still a smartphone no less, was being sold by the operator for just £19.99 on Pay as you go. The only caveat was that the only version of the phone to be that cheap was the pink one.
Not anymore. T-Mobile is now selling the black version of the Pulse Mini for the same mind-boggling amount of £19.99. Also on Pay as you go. You will need to buy a £10 top-up when you get the phone as well. But really, £30 for a smartphone and £10 credit?
But it gets better. T-Mobile is throwing in 6 months of free internet access (terms and conditions apply, but still, consider the value you’re getting here), as well as 100 free UK minutes that you’ll receive if you top-up at least £10 per month.
No, the Pulse Mini is not a high-end device, in fact its specs make it seem kind of outdated. But it costs £20. So think about someone in your family who might use this, or just get it as a spare phone. It’s not often that you come across such a deal.
The T-Mobile Pulse Mini has 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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