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T-Mobile UK customers can snag a free Sony Xperia U on monthly plans that start at £15.50

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T-Mobile UK customers can snag a free Sony Xperia U on monthly plans that start at £15.50
Three UK might’ve had a head start in selling the Sony Xperia U, as they currently have it unlocked for $268, or for free with monthly plans that start at $24 (£20), but for those who want to pay less monthly, you might want to check out T-Mobile UK’s offering.

Today, the network operator announced the availability of the Sony Xperia U for the always lovable contract price of free on monthly plans that start at £15.50 ($24). In contrast, you can still nab a free Xperia U with Three UK’s deal, but as we’ve mentioned already, you’ll be paying a bit more per month.

So what’s available with T-Mobile UK’s monthly plan for the Android powered smartphone. Specifically, you get a paltry 100 voice minutes, modest 500 text messages, and an oh-so low tally of 250MB of data. Indeed, you’ll probably watch out your consumption with the plan, but nevertheless, it might be valuable enough for some consumers out there on a budget.

T-Mobile UK customers can snag a free Sony Xperia U on monthly plans that start at £15.50
As it stands, the Sony Xperia U will be hitting T-Mobile UK stores in the next few days, but if can’t wait for it, you can head on over to their site and place your order now.

source: T-Mobile UK via Android Central

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posted on 27 May 2012, 10:33

1. mercorp (Posts: 985; Member since: 28 Jan 2012)


Value for the money!
Next should be the ace 2!

posted on 28 May 2012, 14:04

2. iBananaScoop (Posts: 13; Member since: 28 May 2012)


The plans from Three offer a better deal for your money. The lowest plan is £20 a month with 250mb data, 5000 text and 500 minutes. Add £3 and you get unlimited data (which is genuinely unlimited with no caps at all). But of course, if your on a tight budget, the T-mobile deal will suffice.

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