Galaxy Europa now available on Three

Available for a mere £49.99, the Samsung Galaxy Europa is now available from Three. If we’re honest it’s an entry-level smartphone with 600MHz CPU, 2.8″ capacitive screen, 2 megapixel camera, WiFi, GPS, FM radio, microSD expansion and Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP.

Sylvia Chind, Head of Handsets at Three, stated..


The Samsung Galaxy Europa is a great value smartphone and coupled with our All-You-Can-Eat data proposition on Pay As You Go, it’s ideal for people looking to make their first step into the world of smartphones.

Link – Three Media Centre

Galaxy Europa now available on Three

Samsung Galaxy Europa, in store and available on Three.co.uk today.

The small yet perfectly formed Samsung Galaxy Europa is now available for £49.99, down from £89.99, from Three stores and online at three.co.uk – making it the best value branded smartphone available on Pay As You Go.

This Android phone includes GPS and WiFi, while the Social Hub feature makes staying connected simple by keeping phone contacts, social network friends and appointments in one convenient place. The Galaxy Europa also provides access to more than 200,000 apps on Android Market, so coupled with Three’s all-you-can-eat data packages, Three customers can download without worrying about racking up a huge bill.

Sylvia Chind, head of handsets at Three, commented: “The Samsung Galaxy Europa is a great value smartphone and coupled with our All-You-Can-Eat data proposition on Pay As You Go, it’s ideal for people looking to make their first step into the world of smartphones.”

Key features:

600Mhz processor
2.8” capacitive touch screen
2 megapixel camera with digital zoom
Built-in Wi-Fi and GPS

PAYG customers can get the full smartphone experience with a Samsung Galaxy Europa for £49.99. All in One 15 costs £15 and gives 30-days access to all-you-can-eat data along with 300 any-network minutes and 3,000 texts. Or All in One 25 costs £25 and offers 500 minutes, 3,000 texts and all-you-can-eat data for a 30-day period.

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