Prices for phones will always drop over time, but whilst many of the network get to a point where they drop the product from their range,seem happy to continue to sell devices at some amazing prices. Take for example last week’s price reductions; you can now pick up a or a for £90 on PAYG, and both prices include a £10 TopUp, making the phone effectively only £80!
I used a here and here for a review, and I note it’s on sale even cheaper now); in fact, even on phones with GPS, I often rely upon either , Google Maps, or the latest versions of Ovi Maps to provide cell and/or WiFi location information as this really does satisfy the majority of my location needs. Occasionally I need true GPS (when driving), but at £80 (plus a few pounds for ) it’s definitely worth considering.for roughly 6 months, and the only real issue I found with the QWERTY device was the lack of GPS, which was solved pretty much completely by purchasing from the (see
The here) is also a worthy device for £80. This device, as well as supporting a touchscreen, which is becoming a key feature for many people, does have the GPS that the does not have. However, as the is an E-Series device, it includes WiFi, which is the one key feature many will find missing from the . If you can survive on 3G alone (and many people can), then the may well make a nice budget phone.(covered before
Of course,have a whole range of phones available from budget models right up to top of the range models, so head to the to see what else they have!