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Sony Xperia P now available from Three


From today you can now order the Sony Xperia P from Three or grab it in store from tomorrow.

The sleek, aluminium-finished smartphone features a 4″ reality display with WhiteMagic technology to deliver the most colourful viewing experience, even in bright sunlight. The phone also features a 1GHz dual-core processor for super-fast performance.

Helping people take the perfect picture, the Sony Xperia P features an 8 megapixel HD camera with Exmor R sensor and unique Fast Capture technology allowing the phone to go from sleep mode to ‘snap mode’ in just one second. The Sony Xperia P also makes it simple to share photos, music and videos on TVs, laptops or Sony PlayStations® using an HDMI cable or wirelessly by DLNA.

Sylvia Chind, Head of Devices at Three said, “The Sony Xperia P is an affordable and stylish smartphone, ideally suited for quick-fingered photographers. Running on Android, people can make the most of this great device by personalising their experience with countless photography apps like Instagram, downloadable through Google Play.”

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Campaign launched to stop mobile contract price increases


Which has launched a new campaign after they discovered that 70% of consumers don’t know that mobile companies are entitled to increase charges at any point they wish during a mobile contract. A complaint has been submitted to Ofcom with a view to contracts having fixed rates for the period. With all the UK networks now pushing customer towards two year if would certainly be nice to have fixed rates for the term.

Today sees Three implement an increase of 3.6% on many of its customers which with the financial state many people are in will have a knock on affect.

Which have stated that: We estimate that with around 10.5 million adults affected by these price rises so far, consumers have already spent nearly £34.5m extra on phone contracts. Over 12 months this could make up to £90m for mobile phone companies.

Let’s see what Ofcom say. It could get interesting.


Via: Sky News

Posted by: James

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