Top 5 budget mobile phones for Christmas

It's Christmas time! And what better way to spend your hard earned cash than giving a new mobile phone as a gift?

Samsung S6700T



Christmas bargain: $249

Telstra isn't renowned for offering value for money, but with the Samsung S6700T, exclusive to the Next G network, the telco has a capable 3G mobile phone for a low price. The Samsung S6700T includes a 3-megapixel camera with LED flash, a music player and a microSD card slot for extra storage. Retailer Dick Smith is selling the Samsung S6700T for $249 and the pack includes a Telstra Next G prepaid starter kit.

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