Tata Docomo SmartPicks – Offer Extension on Xperia arc S

By December 10th, 2011 AT 11:49 AM

Tata Docomo SmartPicks Offer Extension on Xperia arc SIn our last article “Tata Docomo SmartPicks – Offer Extension on Nokia E6” we saw a super cool handset under the Tata Docomo smart pick getting a good response.

Again Tata Docomo has extended is smartpick Wings to “Sony Ericsson Xperia arc S” . Xperia arc S is Android 2.3 OS with WiFi enabled phone .

Xperia arc S has a powerful 1.4-Ghz processor, delivering up to 25% faster entertainment, compared to the Xperia arc It also have 8.1 Mp camera /HD video recording(720p),30fps with stereo audio recording.

Tata DOCOMO will be offer exciting pre-pay and post-pay data packages to all new Xperia arc S customers.These offers would be available in the market from 9th Dec’ 2011.

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Xperia arc is truly awesome!

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The price is Rs 28345 in stores and through online stores u get it for a minimum price of Rs 26100 on Flipkart.com
Its available only in 2 colours in India i.e pure white and glosy Black.
Even I m planning to try this scheme if its interesting as m gonna surely buy this phone.

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