Prices of the Sony Xperia Z and the Blackberry Z10 have been cut down by O2 and subsequently both the smartphones are now more appealing to the consumers.
It is possible that the motive behind this move is to clear the stock of the older devices before the influx of the new devices that are going to be revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and the Mobile World Congress (MWC) the next year.
Earlier the down payment for the Sony Xperia Z was £99 but now it has been slashed down to a mere amount of £29.99 on O2’s £27 per month plan. The plan gives you 600 minutes, unlimited minutes and 750GB of 3G data. The ‘Airtime Plan’ will cost £12 per month and the ‘Phone Plan’ will cost £15 per month.
Even the prices of the Blackberry Z10 have been slashed down and the smartphone is available for a tariff of £22 per month without any down payment required, which earlier used to be £99.99. The ‘Airtime Plan’ for the Z10 will cost £12 per month and the ‘Phone Plan’ has been reduced to £10 per month over a period of 2 years.
O2 has introduced a new plan named ‘Refresh’ which allows its customers to be more flexible and have more options while upgrading to one of the latest handsets.
The best part is that if in between you get bored of your smartphone and want to buy a new one, then you would just need to pay the remaining amount of the plan without paying the combined cost. And if you decide to keep your phone after 2 years, you still save a lot of money as you pay only for the Airtime Plan.