Not everyone is able to carry around an expensive mobile phone, the high-end smartphones like Samsung Galaxy,iPhone and LGs.
Many South Africans are looking for the cheapest mobile phone which they can afford because they are mostly interested in making calls and sending SMSs.
The cheapest mobile phone in SA can go for as little as R100 while entry level smartphones can go between R500 and R600.
Here is the list of these cheap devices and their features:
Alcatel 1011 from Pep going for R99 and features a 128x128px TFT colour display, weighs 59g, and offers 7 hours talk time and 333 hours standby time. It also has an FM radio and MP3 player.
Find the ZTE S651 from Makro for as little as R119 and enjoy features like FM radio, a torch, and speakerphone functionality.
Visit PEP store near you and get MTN P16/ZTE P16 at R119, the phone features a radio, torch, alarm clock, calendar, and speakerphone. It has a 96×64 resolution display, and sports a 400mAh Li-ion battery.
You can also get smartphones with prices below R600 like:-
1. ZTE V795 from Jet – R529.90.
2. Vodacom Smart Kicka VF685 from Makro – R549.
3. ZTE Switch X1 from Pep – R549.
4. Huawei Ascend Y220 from Jet – R549.90.
5. Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo S5310 from Makro – R579.
6. Alcatel Pixi 2 from Jet – R579.90