HTC One Mini

Vodafone UK is now stocking the new HTC One Mini, with a range of contracts available to suit your 3G or 4G data needs.

The standard 3G version of the handset is being offered on a £33 a month contract, which comes with an unlimited amount of calls and texts, as well as 1GB worth of data. To sweeten the deal, there’s no upfront cost if you want to get your handsets on HTC’s latest smartphone.

In preparation for the UK launch of Vodafone’s 4G network, which starts up on the 29th of August, the carrier is also selling the 4G-LTE capable handset for £42 per month, but sadly that comes with a 2GB data allowance as well. If you’re after some additional data then you’ll have to cough up £47 each month for 4GB of data, or a rather hefty £52 for 8GB. 4G data certainly doesn’t come cheap here in the UK, but Vodafone will throw in a further 2GB of free WiFi access with any of the 4G packages.

For a quick recap of the specs, the One Mini features a dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor, a 4.3 inch 720p display, 1GB of RAM, 4 megapixel camera, and 16GB worth of storage. Don’t forget to check out our full list of specs if you’re still undecided on HTC’s miniature smartphone.

If you’re not so keen on the HTC One Mini, these 3G and 4G price plans also apply to Sony Xperia Z and the regular sized HTC One.

Robert Triggs
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