As expected, it’s not going to cost you too much money out of your pockets to pick this one up since it’s being sold for free with plans that start at £15. However, if you’d rather forgo doing a monthly plan, you can choose to still pay £99 ($159) for the device on a pay-as-you-go plan – which isn’t too shabby still. Considering its relatively entry-level specs, such as its 3.14” QVGA display and 600MHz processor, its pricing is more than justified.
For those in the dark about this basic smartphone, it actually still provides all the depth of features that come along with Android 2.2.1. Other features include Wi-Fi, GPS, 3-megapixel camera, DNSe sound enhancement, 3.5mm headset jack, and the TouchWiz UI running on top of Android.
source: Three UK via Unwired View