The LG T300, released on September 2010, comes with 900mAh battery, a 2.4″ full touhcscreen and is available in many colours is currently available at a Vodacom contract price of R135 per month for 2 years. When you get the LG T300, you also receive the LG C300 for free.
You do get charged per minute with this deal, the device is subject to availability and you save R252 when you order online.
The HTC Flyer, a tablet that packs 1.5 GHz processor together with Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread is now available with Nahsua Mobile at a a price of R359 for 24 months. The device has a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus.
There aren’t much details about the deal and its conditions, all that it written are some specifications. You do also get a HTC magic pen.
The Nokia C7, currently with 2 more versions in the market, has sold at a nice rate. This device is also available in the South African Vodacom contracts deals section. With this deal, you get a Nokia C7 including free 30MB for 12 months.
You also get per minute billing and save R252 if you order online. The deal doesn’t mention whether the device has the latest PR update, but it can be downloaded OTA or by a software update on the PC.
The Nokia N8, a powerful 12 megapixel device packed with a Broadcom BCM2727 GPU is currently on a Saver 4 contract which is valued at R250 for the 2 year long contract.
You can also send 5 SMSs and receive 50 more free SMSs to send for that day. Unfortunately, the Nokia N8 can’t be bought online, you can only look for the nearest dealer to you at this stage. There are some stores that are participating in selling 8ta devices.
There already is online competition of the LG Optimus Black prices. Bid Or Buy has a New Zealand dealer called Electron World. They currently have 5 new units at the price of R3659 each.
According to Bid or Buy, this seller has a positive rating of 95.65%, it has also had many positive comments with its sales. This 5 megapixel device runs on Android 2.2 Froyo which can be upgraded to 2.3.
The LG Optimus Black was released by LG South Africa a few hours ago, Virgin Mobile is already showing that they will receive it. The recommended price of it according to LG South Africa is R4499 but Virgin Mobile shows that its valued at R4099.
This is good news for the Virgin Mobile users but unfortunately this is only available for a contract deal, not a prepaid deal. The deal consists of R200 airtime p/m, Plus 1000 FREE SMSs and a R20 Mandatory Itemised Billing
Previously, if you kept on checking the MTN iPhone section for new deal, you would have noticed that at the bottom, there were no details of where you could buy the device. MTN has finally added the shop locations as well as their addresses, now only the contact details are missing.
In the list, not only MTN stores are shown but iStore’s are also shown in case you need to visit them. The deals are still the same, they still offering the white iPhone 4.
Blackberry has made its name all over the world, especially in South Africa since you can use WhatsApp with BIS, BBM is also one of the reasons that Blackberry devices are bought. Here is a white Blackberry 9780 at R349 with Vodacom, BIS has been included in the price.
This device does come with Blackberry OS 6 as well as a 5 megapixel camera, this is also a 3G Blackberry old 9780. When you look at the deal online, it is written that you save R252 when you order online, deliver is also free to your house. As usual, this device does also have a 2 year warranty.
At times, the deal name exactly describes what the consumer has to pay but in this case, that fact is not valid. The reason why you pay this much for this Quad-band device is because you get a HP laptop, a Vodafone modem as well as a data SIM card which includes 110MB data at R114 per month, then you also have to pay R135 per month for the subscription of the device.
This deal is only available until stocks last. There is also a 2 year warranty for customer satisfaction.
If you constantly kept updated with the Cell C deals which can be accessed by going to their deal options, then you would have noticed that the Nokia X3-02 was previously not present there. Cell C has finally added the deal there, even though there is an options showing “Get it’, you still can’t buy it online. There also hasn’t been any inside information that indicates this.
Nevertheless, with this deal, there is a a once-off payment of R114 for SIM and Connection fee. There is no indication of how much airtime or SMSs you receive. But the grey writing at the bottom says that upon request, you get CLI and Itemised billing.