Nashua Mobile has extended its flat-rate data service Xtreme Data and Xtreme Data Premium to a range of Samsung Android handsets.

The R59 per month Xtreme Data service via Nashua Mobile has now been extended to a selection of Samsung Android devices, not just Nokia Asha and Lumia handsets, which is an add-on to a contract package.

The BlackBerry-alternate price plan allows smartphone users to send mail, access social networks, instant messaging etc. without worrying about high data bills at the end of the month.

The list of Samsung Android devices that are available on the Xtreme Data service includes:

    • Samsung Ace Advance
    • Samsung Galaxy Y
    • Samsung Galaxy Pocket
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 2

    The handsets will be available from 7 November at Nashua Mobile stores.

    The Xtreme Data Premium service is R139 per month and is more suitable for users who go over 400MB monthly and want to make use of additional services such as game & app downloads; and watching videos on YouTube.

    Both packages are subject to fair use policies. Download speeds will be decreased if users exceed 100MB on Xtreme Data and 400MB on Xtreme Data Premium. An option to have your data shaped is available.

    The newly launched Galaxy Note II is available through Nashua Mobile on either MTN or Vodacom.

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