The LG Optimus One might have been announced only yesterday but already T-mobile has shown its ambitions by delivering more minutes and texts than anyone else on the market.
3 UK, Vodafone and Orange all have £20 monthly deals but T-mobile outshone them all with 600 minutes, 500 texts and 1GB internet data allowance on a 24 months contract. The LG Optimus one from T-Mobile also features a car cradle and an in car charger which means that it can be used as a satnav.
The phone comes with a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen, a 2GB memory card, a 3-megapixel camea with zoom, Android Froyo 2.2 and LG's proprietary App Advisor.
3 UK also has a commendable deal offer with less anytime any network texts or minutes than T-Mobile (500 vs. 1100) but then it comes with 5000 3-to-3 minutes, free voicemail, Skype-to-skype calls, Windows Live Messenger and Twitter.
No mobile operators have released the phone on Pay as you go although if T-Mobile's £10 monthly is anything to go buy, it will sell for more than £120 which is a great deal but not as good as the ZTE Blade (Orange San Francisco).