Users may be able to save considerable sums on their mobile phone bill by purchasing a new dual-SIM Sony Xperia E.
Those who opt for this model over the single-SIM version can take advantage of lower tariffs offered by different network providers without hassle.
The device itself is unlikely to set buyers back much either – the manufacturer claims that the handset will be “competitively priced” and “affordable”, and the specifications are mid to low-range.
There is also a Sony data usage application which allows users to monitor their minute, text and data consumption, so they won't experience bill shock at the end of the month.
Owners can upgrade the Google Android operating system to Jelly Bean upon purchase with an over-the-air update, which will attract those looking to utilise the latest software.
A multitude of money-saving tools are available from the virtual store Google Play, including budget builders and voucher code apps.
Posted by Peter Robinson