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T-Mobile slashes Xperia Play tariff and adds fair-use free browsing

T-Mobile is cutting the monthly cost of four top Android handsets to £25 a month and adding unlimited data.

Until 31st July, the Motorola Atrix, Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, HTC Desire HD and Samsung Galaxy S have had their tariff’s slashed and will now cost just £25 a month, equating to a whopping saving of £245 on the Motorola Atrix and £360 on the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play.

The saving alone is impressive, but T-Mobile is also adding free browsing with its Truly Unlimited Internet package, which lets you browse the web, stream videos and music and update Facebook to your hearts content without worrying about fair-use policy or download caps. T-Mobile is one of the few network operators to offer this – many of the others cap data use at 500MB or 1GB depending on your contract.

All the handsets are available free on contracts 24 months long and include a T-Mobile Flexible Booster, with the choice of Unlimited Text, free calls to T-Mobile users or unlimited calls to UK landlines.


The biggest saving in this offer is on the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play; the first official Playstation phone and the first dedicated gaming mobile phone on the market. Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread it has dedicated Playstation controls and access to a host of PlayStation games including WipeOut and new games like the excellent Rainbow Six: Shadow Vanguard HD.

One of the most groundbreaking phones this year, the Motorola Atrix is an Android handset powered by a dual-core processor for ultra quick browsing. But pop it in the Multmedia dock connected to a TV or the Lapdock and it can run a full Firefox browser. Check out our video review here.

The HTC Desire HD and the Samsung Galaxy S are both Android smartphones we’ve raved about on Recombu. The HTC Desire HD includes a huge 4.3-inch display and HTC Sense UI, while the Samsung Galaxy S has a gorgeous 4-inch AMOLED screen, perfect for browsing.

Find out more information about the deals and Truly Unlimited Internet from T-Mobile.

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