T-Mobile and ZTE launch new PAYG phone
30 March 2009 — 10:02 AM
T-Mobile and Chinese telecoms manufacturer ZTE have teamed up to offer UK consumers a new pay as you go (PAYG) handset.
The Vairy Touch is set to cost £59.99 and offer all of the usual mobile phone functions, such as SMS and MMS messaging.
It also comes with a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth functionality and an FM radio for listening to music on the go.
According to T-Mobile head of device and handset marketing Daniel Meredith, it has "elegant mini PDA design".
He added that it was offering style and affordability to customers who want the latest mobile phones.
PAYG plans from T-Mobile can provide users with various options suitable to their needs.
At the moment, the network is giving consumers £10 of free credit when they top up £10 Monday to Friday.
There is also the chance to benefit from five free texts, which are used to ask people to call back when credit runs out.
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