T-Mobile offers up three affordable Android phones and data plans

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Just in time for the holiday season, T-Mobile is going ahead of everybody else and has kicked off their holiday offerings. Starting Nov. 3, three new affordable smartphones will be available under T-Mobile’s product offerings. All costing less than $100, these Android phones are the T-Mobile Comet, LG Optimus T, and Motorola Defy. T-Mobile is also offering up new low-cost data service plans to go along with these new Android phones.

If you’re planning to get a new Android smartphone from T-Mobile this coming Holiday, here are the things you should expect from each of these three Android smartphones. First we have the T-Mobile Comet offering a compact form factor and packing in a 528 MHz processor, a 2.8-inch full touch screen display, and a 3.2MP camera. This is obviously an entry-level smartphone geared specifically for those transitioning to the more advanced features of smartphones from their current mobile phone. Next we have the LG Optimus T with 600 MHz processor, a 3.2-inch full touch screen display, and also a 3.2MP camera with video capture. The phone is also pre-loaded with Voice Actions. Finally, we have the Motorola DEFY, a slim and highly pocketable smartphone with scratch and water-resistant casing and featuring an 800 MHz processor, a 3.7-inch full touch screen display and 5MP camera with flash and video capture.

Aside from these three new Android smartphones, T-Mobile is also introducing new low-cost data service plans. Specifically, T-Mobile customers will have two options – Web-200MB plan which will be available for $10 a month or the Web-Unlimited plan which will cost $30 a month. T-Mobile is also offering tethering and Wi-Fi sharing service plan. Customers can choose to add these plans to any of the two data plans provided they are willing to pay additional $14.99 per month.

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