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TalkTalk launches £10 smartphone and tablet deal, starts selling Ascend P6.

First 300 to order a Huawei Ascend P6 online get a free MediaPad Lite 7

Huawei Ascend P6 with free MediaPad tablet

TalkTalk Mobile has announced a new deal offering customers a smartphone and a tablet for £10 per month.

The broadband, phone and YouView providers is giving away the Huawei MediaPad Lite 7 tablet and Huawei Ascend Y210 smartphone in one bundle. They might not be the most exciting of devices but the price is not to be sniffed at. See also: Huawei Ascend P6 hands-on review: world's thinnest iPhone?

Tristia Harrison, Commercial Director of TalkTalk said, "Since its launch in 2012, TalkTalk Mobile has led the way in bringing better value mobile offers to the market and we’re doing it again with this incredible offer. Our customers tell us that they love being able to get the latest technology at low prices, so we’re delighted to be bolstering our tablet and smartphone offering with these great new Huawei devices."

TalkTalk said there are four different smartphones available packaged with a MediaPad Lite 7.

The firm has also announced that Huawei's new Ascend P6 smartphone is available to purchase today for £20 per month. The tariff includes a free phone, 100 minutes, 250 text messages, 200MB of data and 300 minutes to other TalkTalk Mobile numbers. The down side is that the contract is two years long.

The P6 is the world's thinnest smartphone at 6.1mm, runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and has an 8Mp rear camera. The first 300 customers who order an Ascend P6 online will get a free MediaPad Lite 7 tablet free.

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