Virgin Media is allowing customers to get their hands on the LG Nexus 4 handset, which sold unexpectedly well thanks to impressive specifications and a competitive price tag.
Google's latest creation is still the only mobile phone to run the latest Android Jelly Bean 4.2 operating system, which provides fast and smooth performance.
Videos and photographs captured with the eight-megapixel camera look crisp on the 4.7-inch screen, as do apps downloaded from Google Play.
Near Field Communication technology even allows owners to share pictures and other files with friends wirelessly.
This data can be stored on 8 GB of internal memory, but there is opportunity for expansion thanks to a MicroSD card slot.
The cheapest tariff currently available on the Virgin Media website is £31 per month on a two-year contract.
For this, customers will receive 200 minutes, 500 texts and 500 MB of Mobile Web, which provides data for browsing and reading emails on-the-go.
Those who already utilise the company's television and broadband services will also receive free insurance cover, as well as free SMS and calls to other Virgin Mobile phones.
Posted by Claire Marshall