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The Gingerbread HTC Flyer is now available on a Vodacom Top Up 135 where you pay R269 for the 2 year contract. The deal includes 110MB data for the first 3 months valued at R134 per month, there is also a R135 subscription charge which is included in the R269.
The device brings the latest HTC sense with Android 2.3.3, the Tablet can record HD videos at 720p. The user will have the advantage of having a 4000mAh battery that can last up to 1400 hours.
Vodacom is offering the Windows Phone OS 7 Samsung I8700, not only do you receive the device as part of the deal – you also receive 110MB data for the first 3 months of the contract. As per all contract devices, you also receive a 2 year handset warranty.
Currently, this is the only official Windows Phone 7 available in the market, the Toshiba Windows Phone IS12T is due for an expected release towards the 3rd Quarter of the year. The WP7 Samsung is available at a prepaid price of R3000.
With many LG Optimus devices, this is one of the best ones after the LG P920 3D. Vodacom at the moment, is offering the LG P970 for R430 which includes 110MB data free for the first 3 months. With this device being really thin, it doesn’t weigh that much either.
With high internet speeds up to HSDPA at 7.2 Mbps, surfing the web will be fast and without fear if you drop your device, the Gorilla Glass display will do its job. The device does come with Froyo but you can upgrade it to Gingerbread.
The Nokia E6 is the latest Nokia device which runs on Symbian Anna, is currently available at Vodacom at R800 for 2 years which then the customer pays R19200, there are other options to buy the device on prepaid at a cost of R5000±. Even though you won’t get all the benefits with the prepaid deal, it is better then paying it once-off then use it the way you want.
The device has recently been added to the Vodacom sale list therefore the deal is till stock lasts. Nokia has mentioned many times that Symbian Anna will be available during the beginning of August, after the Nokia E6 and X7 have been released.
Vodacom has finally introduced the LG C300 Town for sale at a price of R135 per month for the 2 year contract length. The deal does include 20 free SMS per month for the 2 years, with this deal, there is per second billing rather than per minute.
The LG device has a QWERTY keyboard which should be easy for computer users to use, but with no 3G, web browsing will be difficult and slow especially since there isn’t the latest flash. But for those that want a normal device for everyday use, this is a good choice and indeed recommended.
Vodacom recently started selling the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo on Business call online, which was after available at the stores. The LED-backlit LCD, capacative touchscreen is great to watch those 720p HD recorded videos or you can connect the device via HDMI to your TV.
When you sign the deal, you get 110MB data for free for the first 3 months which is valued at R185. This business deal does charge calls at per minute billing. The customer will pay R185 for 2 years, something worth it as the prepaid price of the device is R5499, the total contract price is R4400.
LG P970 Optimus Black, a device that runs on Android Froyo, a operating system that is popular amongst many people is now available at Vodacom at the Talk 130 deal at R339 for 2 years on contract.
The R339 is made up from R24 per month and subscription charges of R315 per month while stock lasts. This 5 megapixel camera packs a 1 GHz Cortex-A8 processor which is topped of with a Ultra bright “NOVA” display and Wi-Fi direct which allows fast sharing.
The first S40 Touch and Type to have both a touchscreen and a keyboard, is now available with Vodacom on a Top Up 135 deal where you pay R135 per month for 2 years. The deal includes 30MB data for 12 months which is free when you sign the 24 month contract, you do get billed per second.
The device is one of the thinnest which includes a 5 megapixel camera as well as a stereo headset. Even though this device has the average HSDPA, 10.2 Mbps and HSUPA, 2 Mbps, it is enough for the average user that acquires the device.
Blackberry devices are common these days everywhere especially if you live in South Africa then you shall see that many people have a Blackberry. Vodacom has a Blackberry Curve 9300 deal which is valued at R209 for a 2 year contract.
The manner that Vodacom charges the customer is that the customer has to pay R20 per month plus subscription charges of R189 per month when you are signing the deal, you are charged with per second billing. Not all of the devices have “subject to availability” with their deal, this Blackberry deal does save you R252 when you order online.
The specifications aren’t too good or too bad, a 2 megapixel camera without a flash, full QWERTY keyboard and dedicated multimedia keys.
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.