Circles.Life only just formally introduced their 100GB plan but are already discounting it as part of a promotion around this month’s Click Frenzy sales event.
It’s a tad conventional for my tastes but if you’re looking for an affordable phone that feels a cut above the rest of the Android crowd, this is an easy option worth considering.
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Tech enthusiasts, us included, could learn a thing or two about stepping back from fighting over iOS vs Android and just celebrate that Apple is striving to make its iPhone software better.
The Alcatel 3L rarely delivers above and beyond the kind of conservative confidence the price tag inspires but it doesn’t feel like a struggle to use in the way that some other budget devices do.
Like the best Oppo devices, the Find X2 Neo feels like a bargain. And, at $999, it kinda is.
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