eXpansys has some sizzling “special summer deals”. The Lancer iJector Projector for Apple iPhones and iPods has been slashed from £399.99 to £349.99. The Samsung Q1 Ultra XP Tablet PC Touchscreen with QWERTY keypad is also down from £399.99 to £369.99. On the smartphone front, the Asus P320 GPS Windows mobile phone comes with a free car kit for £149.99. The car kit includes a cradle, suction mount and car charger. The handset also comes with a 24-month Asus ‘Collect and Return’ warranty.
Music and texting fans can grab Sony Ericsson G502 on 3, which comes with an 8GB Silver iPod Nano. The deal is available on 3’s Texter 18-month contract priced at £20 per month with 200 minutes and unlimited texts. It also has free Skype-to-Skype calls, Google Maps and Windows Live Messenger. On the mobile broadband side, the Vodafone K3520 mobile broadband dongle comes with a free Dell Mini 10 Netbook. The deal is priced at £25 per month and is on a 24-month contract with 3GB of data allowance.
Tesco has launched its very first issue of a mobile phone magazine in store. The mag doesn’t give away too much to would-be customers, but it points out its latest and greatest pay monthly handsets and prepay deals. In the ‘new and coming soon’ section is the Land Rover S1 phone. This ‘rugged’ phone withstands a 2 metre drop on concrete, is submersible up to 1 metre for 30 minutes in water, has built-in GPS and works in conditions between -20 degrees Celsius to 55 degrees Celsius. Tesco is also stocking the Nokia N97, which comes with a 5.2-megapixel camera, full QWERTY keyboard, 32GB onboard memory and 3.5 inch touch screen. A bunch of LG handsets are “coming soon” to Tesco on contract. The über-stylish see-through GD900 Crystal, the GW520 “instant social network updating” handset and GT505 five-megapixel camera phone will hit the grocer’s shelves in the coming weeks.
Carphone’s web exclusives include the Nokia 6700 classic (pictured) on Orange Dolphin 15 priced at £15 per month on a 24-month contract. It comes with 100 minutes and unlimited texts. £60 cashback is given away with the BlackBerry Curve 8900. It’s available on a 24-month Vodafone contract priced at £30 per month. This includes 500 MB of downloads, 300 minutes and unlimited texts.
Phones 4U has a bunch of deals for popular people including money off certain Orange tariffs. A Samsung Tocco Lite comes free with Orange’s Racoon £30 per month tariff. The tariff is half price for the duration of the contract, a saving of £270. Customers get 400 minutes and 300 texts. The Tocco Lite has a three-inch touchscreen, accelerometer sensor, 3.2-megapixel and handwriting recognition. Another deal on Orange sees a fiver knocked off the Orange Dolphin £30 tariff with the 8-megapixel Sony Ericsson W995. It comes with 400 minutes and 3,000 texts.
Dial-a-Phone is promoting Vodafone tariffs by handing £120 cash back with selected new contracts. Alternatively, the Samsung Tocco Lite is available on Orange’s Dolphin £35 contact with a free 26 inch LG LCD flat screen TV and £40 cash back. This 24-month contract comes with 900 minutes and unlimited texts.