|3 Launches New Entry-Level X-Series|
|Tuesday, 24 July 2007|
3 has extended the X-Series with the launch of a new entry level plan - X-Series Bronze. X-Series which launched in March, brings the best of the internet to the mobile, allowing customers to use services previously reserved for their PC on their mobile. X-Series Bronze, ideal for new users to the mobile internet is $12 per month and includes access to the internet and email with 100 MB of data, up to 200 Skype minutes, unlimited access to MSN Messenger and Yahoo! Messenger and unlimited access to 3 Email.
"X-Series Bronze is perfect for people who want to go online on their mobile. With the included services and data allowance, it’s a great way for people to keep in touch and access the internet sites they love, like Facebook, YouTube or MySpace," said Noel Hamill, Director Sales, Marketing & Product, 3.
X-Series Bronze joins 3's existing three X-Series plans all providing generous allowances for data and included access to Skype, Orb, IM and other services1.
X-Series Mobile Phones Expand with new Nokia 6120
X-Series is available in 3 Stores and 3 Dealers across Australia, at http://www.three.com.au/ or by calling 13 16 84.
Existing 3 customers with X-Series-enabled handsets2 can sign up on their mobile or contact 3 for an X-Series upgrade.
THE BOTTOM LINE – X-Series Bronze and the Nokia 6120 on a $29 cap:
$12 X-Series Bronze Nokia 6120 on $29 Cap
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