'Popular 3 Mobile model' back in stores
18 May 2009 — 10:13 AM
3 Mobile has reintroduced a handset that it claims was extremely popular on its release last year.
The network and manufacturer states the September 2008 launch of the Skypephone S2 was met with much excitement through the industry, resulting in shelves being "left sadly bereft of the cheeky little number".
However, it notes the "sleek, clever little phone" is now back in stock and can be picked up for £69.99 on pay-as-you go - with free calls when using the Skype network to talk to other users.
In addition to allowing buyers the chance to "join the cool kids in the S2-owning crowd", 3 Mobile concludes the free Skype calling allowance - which requires no top ups - makes the purchase of its latest phone "a no brainer".
Earlier this year, the network was quick to point out that a number of its phones were equipped for support of the voice over internet calling software and suggested other manufacturers were "still playing catch up".
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