O2 has doubled the memory capacity of its xda handheld, and launched a cheaper connection package to sell as a Christmas present.
The xda is an integrated handheld and mobile phone with a colour screen and internet access. From 15 November the device will come with 64MB of Ram as standard.
Customers will be able to buy the xda at £299 if they commit to a 12-month voice calling plan and add a 'data bundle' for data usage. This costs £12 per month which includes 5MB of free data.
Those who already have a mobile phone voice calling plan with another UK network can purchase the xda for £399 by committing to a stand-alone data bundle of £15 per month which includes 5MB of free data.
The handheld uses an always-on GPRS connection and runs Windows Powered Pocket PC 2002 Phone Edition software.
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