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After Nokia's sexy X6 music phone? Both Virgin Media and 3 this week said they will be offering the handset this month.

3 is punting the X6 for free if you sign up for on a £35-a-month two-year contract that includes unlimited internet access, unlimited texts and 750 all-network call minutes. Settle for 500 minutes' all-network airtime and you'll only be charged £25 each month.

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You can find 3's full array of X6 tariffs here.

It's also offering the Nokia on pay as you go for £300.

Virgin Media will only tie you down for 18 months, and to get the X6 for free you'll have to pay at least £25 a month. That gives you 500 minutes' airtime, unlimited texts and unlimited mobile internet access. Jump to £35 a month and you get 800 minutes.

All the details are on VM's website.

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