Three has cut the cost of the Samsung Galaxy S2 for a limited period, as yet another carrier looks to shed its stock of the blockbuster blower in anticipation of the arrival of the S3 later this year.
As part of the network’s spring sale, Three has waived the standard upfront fee of £99 when customers sign up for an S2 on a two-year contract at £25 per month.
The offer, which applies until March 21st and includes the black and white colour options, also entitles takers to 250MB of data, plus 100 call minutes and 5,000 texts per month.
The S2 got a new lease of life this week when Samsung begun rolling out Android 4.0, AKA Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), to owners of unlocked handsets overseas.
ICS will begin hitting UK S2 smarties bought off-contract imminently, we're told. And not long after that the first carrier set to make it available is to be O2, which is lining up a rollout before the end of March.
Features the latest version of the OS brings to the S2 include Face Unlock security and the NFC technology-harnessing Android Beam feature that lets users swap content by touching handsets together.
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