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Three halves Samsung Galaxy phone cost

Mobile phone network Three has unveiled it has significantly reduced the cost of the Samsung Galaxy Europa pay as you go handset, from £89.99 to £49.99 and with a truly unlimited mobile broadband bundle.

Samsung’s Galaxy Europa was launched in June last year and became available in August, as a low cost Android mobile phone aimed at the prepaid contract customers rather than monthly tariff users.

The handset tips up with a 2.8-inch 240x320 capacitive touch screen, whilst being powered by a 600MHz processor, support for 16GB microSD cards, a 2 megapixel camera with digital zoom and running from Android ‘Éclair’ 2.1 OS – which is upgradeable to ‘Froyo’ 2.2.

This Galaxy Europa features the Samsung TouchWiz 3.0 user interface and is packed with GPS, WIFI, DNLA, a Stereo FM radio with RDS and HSDPA capabilities.

Three is offering the device at a low price of £49.99, both on-line and in stores and on a few different pay as you go price plans.

The Samsung Galaxy Europa arrives on the ‘All in One’ £15 and £25 30-day prepay deals, with 300 and 500 minutes, a 3,000 text message bundle and the famed no-limits-whatsoever data allowance.

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