Samsung Galaxy Tab to be available to those who sell mobile phone
8 September 2010 — 6:52 PM
People who sell their mobile phone for cash in the coming weeks and months could put the funds towards investing in a Samsung Galaxy Tab, which is due to be stocked by the network Three.
The company has confirmed it is to offer the device, which is known for features such as front and rear-facing camera, GPS, video call capability and phone functionality.
It has also promised to provide fast, reliable and secure connectivity to 3G services, with the brand priding itself on its mobile broadband success.
"With both SIM and Wi-Fi connectivity, Samsung Galaxy Tab users on Three can get the most out of the product knowing they're with the UK's number one mobile broadband provider," says Nigel Field, director of devices at the network.
Three has recently held roadshows in both Glasgow and Leeds in a bid to illustrate the importance of on-the-go internet through a mobile phone or other handset.
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