LG Venus Joins Pay as You Go - LG Kf600 Venus Mobile Phone

By: susan hargreaves

The new LG Venus has now been made available on Pay As You Go in the UK, after originally launching on O2, Orange T-Mobile and Virgin Mobile contract deals the LG KF600 Venus has now made its way onto the prepay scheme.

This will please a lot of avid LG consumers as as many as one in four people in the UK cannot pass a network credit check in order to buy their chosen phone with a contract deal.

Contract deals are far more finacially beneficial for mid to high mobile phone usage, if customers cannot pass the network checks to have their phone on contract they have little choice but to buy a pay as you go phone which works out far more expensive for them.

Pay as you go mobile phones are ideal for low usage requirements and emercency phone use but as soon as customers start to make a few calls they find themselves paying for more per minute than contract customers would.

The news that the LG Venus is now available on pay as you go is great news for those who cannot get a contract deal, instead they can simply buy top-up vouchers as and when they need them.

The LG Venus mobile phone aka the KF600 has landed and boy its got style. Be the envy of all your friends when they admire the stunning slide-open-design with internal antenna and a half-mirror finish.

The LG Venus is a multi-tasking music mobile phone that allows you to listen to all your music tracks whilst sending messages, browsing the web and much much more by hiding the music player control. With the powerful built-in speakers, customisable sound effects and player themes the LG Venus will never disappoint.

Finally enjoy all the other fantastic features such as the built-in 3.0-Megapixel camera video recorder MicroSD memory card port and V-Cast for streaming video clips and music.

There are further network launches planned for the LG Venus in the near future, this is the first of a line of mobile phones to feature dual touchscreen technology.

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