You are looking for the best mobile phone model to the new mobile phone contract? We help you decide and tell you which models you currently can do no wrong.
Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, Sony Ericsson C905 or BlackBerry bold-perhaps the most difficult decision for a new mobile phone contract or a contract extension is the choice of the matching cell phones to the tariff.
We have also this month exactly looked at again the offerings of the four network operators T-Mobile, Vodafone, E-Plus and O2 and currently calculated according to the price/performance ratio of best contract mobile phones from ElectronicsEncyclopedia.com. For the top 10 test result in our mobile leaderboard and the devices prize at the respective operators are crucial.
To learn which is the best contract phone in the month of April, on the next page. Detailed information about the top 10 mobile phones and the prices of the respective network operators, see the photo gallery.
N96, Samsung M8800 Pixon & co.: better wait
In addition, we will show you three treaty flops, so phones of which we still would discourage you because of the currently very expensive Subventionsspreises. Among other things there: Nokia’s all-rounder, the N96.
Treaty-Tops: Real Price Hits
Nokia’s first touchscreen phone rank 1 on the leaderboards, rank 1 for the best contract mobile phones – you get from 10 euros with contract.
The number 1 of our mobile leaderboard, the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, also the leading position in the best contract mobile phones secure.
Get Nokia’s first touchscreen mobile phone with 5 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, HSDPA, GPS receiver and fat 8-GByte memory with the Munich-based operator O2 in connection with a contract for 24 months for 10 euros. Differently than, for example, the Apple iPhone 3 G comes from the 5800 XpressMusic without SIM-lock and can be easily operated with all SIM cards.
Also true highlights the network operators are among the nagleneue iPhone competitor LG arena KM900, or also the E71 business mobile phones and BlackBerry bold. In the table below you can see our complete top 10 with the currently best hardware prices of the operators.
Treaty Flops: Please Wait!
An expensive gift – who his or her favorite that would put Nokia N96, Samsung Pixon or the Sony Ericsson X 1 in the Easter basket, must reach deep into the Pocket.
Treaty flop: Samsung M8800 Pixon
In addition to the Samsung i8510 innov8, the Samsung M8800 Pixon shoot photos with a resolution of 8 Megaoixel. In addition, the photo flask offers a large touch screen, as well as HSDPA, geo-tagging and an expandable memory via microSD cards.
Who would like to put to the camera phone in connection with a contract, check out derziet still in the tube. The Pixon offers only O2 and E-plus. At O2’s costs proud 130 euro and E-Plus, pay for a cell phone rental fee of 17 euros per month-that’s excessive.
Treaty flop: Sony Ericsson X 1
The Xperia X 1 is the latest business flagship of Sony Ericsson. The cell phone is characterized by the huge touchscreen, HSPDA, WLAN, 3-megapixel camera and the new control panel. The test convinced the good workmanship, the full Pack of phone and data features and good performance in the business area. Who is the X 1 aller thing with a contract set to want, which should still prefer to wait. Vodafone demanded 200 euros, O2 even 210 euro at the conclusion of a 24-month contract. After all: At T-Mobile are “only” 150 euros due.
Treaty flop: Nokia N96
Also the former number one of our mobile leaderboard currently clearly proves to treaty flop. The Nokia N96 costs around 170 euro for a simultaneous agreement at T-Mobile over 24 months. Vodafone and O2’s are even 350 euro and 270 euro. You should wait on the all-rounder with GPS, TV receiver, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, 5-megapixel camera and 16 GB memory better, especially since the DVB-H receivers in Germany so far eh not served its purpose.