Three has added the Motorola DEFY+ to its line-up of low cost Android handsets.
The DEFY+ includes a 5 megapixel camera, improved battery life compared to predecessor the Motorola DEFY meaning less charging, and a free 2GB memory card in the box.
The handset is available for £10 a month with no upfront cost on the network’s Essential Internet 100 plan and for £25 a month with no upfront cost on the all-you-can-eat data One Plan.
It’s also available on Pay As You Go for £69.99 plus a top up.
Sylvia Chind, Head of Devices at Three said, “The Motorola DEFY+ is a unique smartphone, perfect for those on a budget who don’t want to compromise on reliability.
“In addition to being water, dust and scratch resistant, people can make the most of Three’s all-you-can-eat data and share pictures, videos and jokes on social media on the move, without worrying about hidden data charges”.