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Three has encouraged consumers to join the smartphone bandwagon today by slashing prices on five models and removing upfront handset costs.

Although in most cases, the monthly cost is roughly the same as its competitors, Three has outdone its rivals by saving buyers up to £150 in upfront costs.

Samsung Galaxy Ace

Firstly, there's the Samsung Galaxy Ace, which'll set you back £15 a month on a 24 month contract. For that you get 100 minutes, 5000 texts and 500MB data allowance.

The same deal is available with the HTC Desire S and the Samsung Galaxy S for £22 a month.

HTC Desire S Samsung Galaxy S

Finally, for £30 a month, customers can pick up an HTC Sensation or Samsung Galaxy SII. These come with 500 minutes, 5000 texts and 1GB of data allowance.

HTC Sensation, Samsung Galaxy SII

Check out Three's website for further information. ®

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