Three, Ireland’s largest high speed network, today announces that customers interested in snapping up Sony’s new flagship high end smartphone, the Xperia Z, which will go on sale on the 1st March, can now pre-register their interest on Three.ie and in all Three stores nationwide.
In addition, Three is offering a limited number of customers, who confirm an order after pre registering online or in store, a fantastic pair of Sony MDR-1R Prestige headphones worth over €399.
The Sony Xperia Z will be available on Three’s market leading ‘All You Can Eat’ data price plans, giving unlimited internet usage with no excess data charges.
The much anticipated Xperia Z brings together the best of Sony’s technology, design and connectivity to deliver a precision engineered full HD Smartphone and is packed full of features including a stunning 5″ full HD 1080p Reality display, quad core processor and a 13MP camera.
Despite its smart and sleek appearance and super-slim 7.9mm body the Xperia Z is highly durable with tempered glass and anti-shatter film on the front and back, as well as the highest levels of dust and water resistance found in a premium Smartphone to protect your phone from spills.
Simon Jones, Head of Sales at Three, said: “There has been much chat around the new Sony Xperia Z which Three is delighted to be launching next month. The Xperia Z promises a fabulous HD experience that is ideal for enjoying our market-leading ‘All You Can Eat’ data plans.”
Three is the only network to offer ‘All You Can Eat’ data on all of its smartphone plans allowing customers to surf for free – however much data customers use, there are no additional charges with Three.
- A 5” full HD display
- Durability – long battery life / water-resistant / dust-resistant
- 13 MP camera
- One-touch NFC functions, lets you connect one device to another in a single tap
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