Social networkers 'should consider the Mini 3G'
28 September 2009 — 5:00 PM
Parents recycling mobile phones for a new device for their teens may be interested in an article for Trusted Reviews.
According to the site's Edward Chester, the INQ1 was a gadget that was able to offer excellent a range of social networking options combined with access to free Skype voice calls.
However, in the INQ Mini 3G, he explained the manufacturer has achieved this once again in a package that is both compact and affordable - as well as being ideal for adolescents.
Mr Chester added that with an entry-level feature set that matches its price tag, the model will not be to everyone's taste, but others should give the device a second look.
"If you just want to make sure you're never out of the social loop then you should definitely consider this phone. Especially if buying for teenage sons and daughters," he concluded.
The INQ Mini 3G was unveiled by 3 Mobile earlier this month as available free on £15 monthly tariffs and £59.99 on the network's pay-as-you-go option.
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