Mobile phone manufacturer Alcatel has announced their physical keyboard based One Touch 355 phone has arrived with T-Mobile, in carbon and for just £19.99.
Alcatel is well known for making budget handsets in the same way as Huawei and ZTE, where their latest addition to T-Mobile tips up in a BlackBerry-esque format – aimed at the texting addicted, on pay as you go deals.
The 355 ships with a sleek compact design whilst weight at only 80 grams, backed by a full Qwerty keyboard and track pad that provides instant access to e-mails, Facebook and Twitter.
Alcatel’s offering to T-Mobile is accompanied by a 1.8-inch inch128x160 display, with a VGA camera, a FM radio and MP3 player, plus support for 4GB microSD cards.
The mobile phone manufacture has offered up in the past competitively priced handsets for a wide range of UK networks and retailers including o2, Virgin, Argos, ASDA, Carphone Warehouse, Orange, Phones 4u, Superdrug, T-Mobile, Tesco Mobile and Vodafone.
The company caters for the budget conscious consumers who are looking for credible phones that do not break the bank yet still fulfil basic mobile needs including mobile messaging, MMS, image capturing, social networking and more.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com