Sagem, doing what it does best, has launched the my300C – a small, simple to use, clamshell.
Described as straightforward and uncomplicated, the my300C is also lightweight and compact, measuring in at 79.2 x 43.5 x 21.7mm.
Angled at the traveler, this is a dual band phone, so would be suitable for network coverage across Europe and includes a currency converter.
Sagem are keen to point out that this phone, at only £39.99, would be cheap to replace if lost, so could be purchased as a secondary handset to save the risk of losing your fave, and probably expensive, mobile abroad.
Features include a VGA camera, WAP 2.0 enabled internet browsing, SMS, MMS and Java games, polyphonic ringtones and handsfree mode, a 65k colour Screen and 3MB of onboard memory with nearly 4 hours talk-time.
The Sagem my300C is available now on Vodafone PAYG, in black, white and pink for £39.99.
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