Three has cut the cost of the Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy Nexus for a limited period, as part of its latest seven-day sale.
From today and for the next week, the network is waiving the £69 upfront fee on the Note and the Nexus when customers sign up for a £30 per month contract over two years.
Both tariffs will get you 250MB of mobile data, 300 call minutes and 5,000 texts per month.
Sammy’s tablet-cum-smartphone, which has defied doubts over whether its super-sized form factor had real mass-market appeal to sell five million units, has a whopping 5.4-inch Super AMOLED screen at its centre and offers stylus support for easy note-taking.
It’s also home to a 1.4 GHz dual-core processor, an eight megapixel snapper and runs Android 2.3 out of the box. An update to the newer Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) edition of Google’s OS will be along imminently, though. And adds some rather smart stylus-focussed apps too.
The Galaxy Nexus packs ICS out of the box and packs a smaller 4.65-inch screen, also of the Super AMOLED variety, as well as a light-optimised five megapixel camera and 1.2 GHz dual core processor.