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Three zeroes Samsung Galaxy S II upfront fee

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We rather like the Samsung Galaxy S II - you can read our thoughts on this tasty Android smartphone here - and now you can get one for next to nowt.

Three is offering the 4.3in - handy if you're one of the many folk who favour a large display - dual-core handset for free on a £25-a-month two-year contract. The catch: you have to avail yourself of the deal before next Wednesday, 21 March.

That, says Three, is an up-front saving of 99 quid.

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The basic package the S II is on gives you 100 minutes airtime, 5000 texts and 250MB of data per month, but you can get more of each if you're willing to agree to hand over more money each month.

You can get full details at the Three website. ®

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