Van approaching little by little Christmas and much has speculated about the possibility of the iPhone came to Yoigo by these dates, rumour driven by the arrival of the microSIM and nanoSIM operator, but We still do not have traces of Apple devices in the catalogue of the company.
For the month of November Yoigo affords us rather few surprises, without news on rates than the new stop for the navigation already presented European roaming, the only News they are the incorporation of two very different profile Android.
On the one hand, Telstra will be the first company, that not only count with the reduced version of the best selling Samsung, the Galaxy S III Mini. The new smartphone from the Korean, with a display of four-inch Super AMOLED and dual core 1 GHz processor is offered by 15 euros for 18 months or 329 euros in a single payment.
The other new addition enters a very different segment, as it’s a low-end smartphone. The Alcatel One Touch 983, screen of 3.5 inches, 1 GHz processor, Android 2.3 and three megapixel camera, comes to Telstra in Exchange for 79 euros in pre-paid, being the prepaid cheapest Android the company offer..
In addition Yoigo also incorporates this month to its official catalogue the Samsung Galaxy Note II, which was sold so far exclusively at Phone House, keeping the price they were offering so far, 149 euros downpayment and 25 euros for 18 months.
Which they should arrive this month the company should be nanoSIM cards, promised longer ago by Telstra without a specific date. It remains to be seen if with his arrival the only operator aims to meet the needs of its customers, up to four day did not offer nor microSIMs or incorporates the iPhone 5 to its offer of terminals.