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T-Mobile UK has made its BlackBerry-like MDA Mail smart phone available to buyers, pitching the quad-band, QWERTY keyboard equipped handset with its Web'n'Walk data tariff for no more than £70.

T-Mobile MDA Mail smart phone

The device - better known, perhaps, as the HTC S620 'Excalibur' - weighs in at 130g and measures 11.6 x 6.3 x 1.3cm. In addition to the GSM/GPRS connectivity it has Bluetooth on board. It runs Windows Mobile 5 with push email. A two-megapixel camera is part of the package too.

T-Mobile claimed the MDA Mail has a talk time of up to five hours and will last up to 218 hours in stand-by mode.

The carrier is offering the handset on a Flext monthly contract with the option of adding an unlimited (sort of) Web'n'Walk data package.

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