TalkTalk offers £10 tariff for Huawei tablet and smartphone
By Shona Ghosh
Posted on 8 Jul 2013 at 12:49
TalkTalk is offering a £10/month contract that includes a Huawei smartphone and tablet.
The operator is offering a range of smartphone combinations with the Huawei MediaPad Lite tablet, but the cheapest deal starts at £10 with the Huawei Y210 smartphone.
That gives customers 200MB of data, 100 minutes and 250 texts on a two-year contract. Increasing that to £15 gets customers 1.5GB data, while £25 nets them 4GB, plus additional minutes and texts, though there's no unlimited data deal. TalkTalk already offers the Ascend Y210 from £5 a month on its own.
The Y210 comes with a 3.5in display, a 2-megapixel camera and a 1GHz processor, and TalkTalk is also offering bundled deals on more powerful phones. Customers can also sign up for the new Huawei Ascend P6 from £20 a month, the Galaxy S3 Mini from £25 a month, or the Galaxy S3 from £30 a month. The same data caps apply and all phones come with the MediaPad Lite.
The MediaPad Lite is a budget device, with a 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and a 600 x 1,024 display. Internal storage is 8GB, with the option of a microSD boost to 32GB, and there's support for 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. There's also a micro-USB port and 3.5mm headphone jack.
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