Sony Ericsson has launched the latest addition to the G series, the handsets that were made for the mobile Internet generation.
And this low priced G502 certainly packs a great mid range punch. The G502 has been dubbed the most affordable HSDPA phone yet, meaning you can surf web pages with great ease and speed.
The candy bar design of the G502 keeps it simple and clear to use. The Sony Ericsson G502 also comes with an FM radio with RDS, a comfortable keypad that's easy for texting and emailing, plus a media centre that can be expanded with an M2 memory card, and supports file transfers with Bluetooth and USB. The G502 also features a great 2 mega-pixel camera.
This phone is available at Phones4U on Three's Mix and match 100 (100 minutes or texts or a mix or both). It comes with free Skype, Google search and Maps and 3D Games.
The initial price is £9 per month but you get £90 redemption over the course of your contract meaning that the price you pay is only £4 (or £3.82 adjusted for VAT).