T-Mobile UK launches the Vivacity – for £99 on PAYG

T-Mobile has fleshed out the details regarding the T-Mobile vivacity, also announcing that the Android phone has gone on sale today for £99 on PAYG SIMs. You can also buy the thing on monthly tariffs starting at £10, if coming up with £99 is too much to handle in these harsh economic times.

Internally, the Vivacity runs Android 2.3, while that’s a 3.5” WVGA TFT capacitive screen, plus there’s a 5megapixel camera with flash around the back. Very nice for £99.

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That must be the most stylish of the sub-£100 Android phones by quite a margin. Bit of an iPhone 4 clone, though. Here’s the thing from the people:

Introducing the T-Mobile Vivacity

T-Mobile launches exclusive new great value, feature-packed Android smartphone

London, 25 October, 2011 – T-Mobile today announces the launch of the T-Mobile Vivacity – a great value, stylish Android smartphone ideal for enjoying multimedia on the move. The T-Mobile Vivacity will be available exclusively in T-Mobile stores, on the online shop and via telesales from today.


Running Android’s Gingerbread 2.3 OS, the T-Mobile Vivacity offers a winning combination of eye-catching design, essential multimedia features, as well as offering great value. A vivid, high resolution 3.5” WVGA TFT capacitive screen is perfect for web-browsing, viewing pictures or watching movies. The latest 3G+ and Wi-Fi support lets you access the web whenever you want – ideal for on-demand browsing, or downloading apps, and uploading social networks on the move.

A 5.0 Megapixel camera allows you to capture life as you go, and, with support for up to 32GB Micro SD cards, you can enjoy favourite photos, movies and music, wherever you are. Built-in GPS functionality also allows you can keep track of your location, and offers the ability to add your location to Twitter and Facebook updates.

Available in sleek black or white variations, the T-Mobile Vivacity fuses advanced multimedia features with a truly premium look and feel – providing leading style that more than matches its impressive performance – all at a great value for money price point.

Paul Jevons, Director of Products and Devices, Everything Everywhere said: “The T-Mobile Vivacity gives you everything you want from a smartphone. It offers the latest Android software, a large, high resolution touchscreen display and a stunning design – perfect for anyone looking for premium performance and great value for money.”

The T-Mobile Vivacity is available free on a £10 per month, 24 month plan or for £99 on Pay As You Go.

For more information, please visit www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop.

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  1. Simon

     /  November 25, 2011

    This = San Francisco II. Same phone in a different case. I think this looks nicer than the Orange version.

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    • Gary

       /  November 25, 2011

      It’s a much nicer case. Capacitive buttons and a front-facing camera. Amazing for the price.

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