TalkTalk Mobile is working with Huawei to bring down the cost of smartphones, and today is announcing generous 75 per cent discounts on three popular models, exclusively for TalkTalk customers.
From today, the entry level Huawei Ascend Y210 is available from £1.25 a month with no upfront cost for the first six months, then £5 a month for the remaining 18 months of the contract on TalkTalk’s Small Plan, which includes 100 minutes of calls to any network, 250 texts and 100MB of data.
The snazzy Huawei Ascend G510, with a 4.5” display and a 1.2GHz dual core processor costs just £2.50 a month for six months, then £10 for 18 months, on the Small Plan, or £3.75 on the Medium Plan, which comes with 300 minutes, 3,000 texts and 500MB of data, or 1.5GB of data when you sign up online.
The 4” Huawei Ascend G330, running Android Ice Cream Sandwich and with a long lasting battery, costs the same as the G510 and comes with BBC iPlayer and EA Games preloaded.
TalkTalk Mobile started offering handsets in September 2012 and stripped out all the unnecessary costs to offer smartphones from just £5 a month with no upfront cost, and flagship phones like the Samsung Galaxy S4 from £30 a month.
Dan Meader, Mobile Director at TalkTalk, said: “It’s amazing that TalkTalk customers can now enjoy all the benefits of a smartphone, like being able to check emails and look up maps on the go, for less than it costs to catch a bus in most parts of Britain.
“This is another example of TalkTalk and Huawei working together to bring lower prices and better value to British customers.”
The offer runs until Monday, August 5 and is exclusively for TalkTalk customers. For more information visit mobile.talktalk.co.uk