Mobile phone network Vodafone has just increased their mobile phone portfolio by the power of four, with the Samsung Galaxy Europa, Nokia C3, Motorola Defy and the new BlackBerry Bold 9780.
These new handsets add to Vodafone's recently announced series of new phones, which are the HTC Desire HD, Nokia N8, BlackBerry Torch and HTC 7 Trophy.
Motorola's toughened Android Defy handset arrives with the Vodafone 360 services, on a £25 a month tariff that's accompanied by 300 minutes, an unlimited text message bundle and a 500MB data allowance.
Research In Motion's update to last year's BlackBerry Bold 9700 tips up on a £35 a month contract, which is accompanied by 900 minutes, and unlimited text message allowance and a 500MB data allowance.
Nokia's budget BlackBerry-esque C3 handset is on a £10 a month tariff, which includes 100 minutes, 500 texts and in the colours of grey or pink - where the C3 is also available on pay as you go, with a cost of £80.
Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy Europa arrives on a £20 a month tariff, with 100 minutes, a 500 text message allowance and a 250MB data allowance.
All of the handsets that are new to Vodafone are on a 24-month contract, with a view to be best sellers for the mobile phone company during the Christmas period.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com