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Sony Xperia M White Deals

Bounding onto the market in August 2013, the white Sony Xperia M was an instant hit just as the other Xperia units have been. We have been proud to show the best deals for an Xperia M on our site, as we compare the top deals from around the UK. You can adjust the amount of minutes, texts, data and contract length below, so you can customise the plan to suit your usage. If you can't wait and want to buy one, scroll down and click on the deal that you want. If you want to find out more about the Xperia M, read on.

With a total weight of 115 grams, the Xperia M is a lightweight unit, and thanks to its small dimensions of 124 x 62 x 9.3mm it's certainly compact. It comes with a 16 million colour TFT capacitive touchscreen, with 245 pixels per inch density for extra clarity; a 4.0" display and it produces images on screen at 480 x 854 pixel resolution. You can use up to four fingers with its multi-touch technology, and it has scratch-resistant glass.

There is a 3.5mm audio jack, which not all smartphones come with, and it means that you can use your normal headphones to listen to your MP3s, YouTube videos or the radio. There is a loudspeaker, MP3 ringtones and vibrating alerts too. There is 1GB RAM, so it's a fast device, and it has a microSD card for adding up to 32GB of more memory to the 4GB of built-in memory. You do get 2G connectivity to the Internet, but the faster 3G HSDPA and HSUPA is much better. There is WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, DLNA, WiFi Direct and the white Sony Xperia M can be used as a WiFi Hotspot.

There are other ways to connect to other devices, including Bluetooth v4.0 over-the-air and wired using a microUSB cable. The Xperia M has a 5MP camera that has an LED flash, image stabilisation, touch focus, geo-tagging, autofocus, HDR and panorama. There is a 720p HD video camera too, which shoots at 30 frames per second, and there is a camera on the front that has a VGA video camera.

Running on the Android Jelly Bean operating system, the white Sony Xperia M has everything you could want from a Google-enabled phone. There are built-in apps such as YouTube, Search, Maps, Picasa, Gmail and more from the Google Play Store. The device runs on the dual-core 1GHz Krati CPU with a Qualcomm Snapdraon S4 Plus MSM8227 chipset, and it has the impressive Adreno 305 GPU. It has a compass, proximity sensor and accelerometer. Various messaging is available such as SMS, MMS, IM, push email and email. A stereo FM radio and an HTML5 browser are also included.

The lithium-ion battery is 1,750 mAh and gives around 39 hours of music play time, 10 hours of talk time, and up to 454 hours of standby time. If you want to buy a white Sony Xperia M then check out the deals below.

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When picking a new contract it is important that you are aware of your typical mobile habits.
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Some contracts are reduced in price if you already have services with the supplier.

For example, if you have BT Broadband, you save £5 per month on a BT Mobile SIM, or if you add an additional EE SIM to your account you can save money too.

Select any of the products you already have below to ensure that you find the best deals available.
The UK has four licenced network operators: EE, Telefonica UK (O2), Three and Vodafone providing services using a variety of mobile technologies.

There are a number of other companies that provide mobile network services such as Tesco, giffgaff and Virgin. These are known as MVNO (mobile virtual network operators) which lease network capability from one of the four licenced operators.

These are all listed below so you can determine which of the four network operators provides service.

EE O2 Three Vodafone
ASDA giffgaff Shebang Lebara
BT Mobile O2 Three Sainsburys
EE Tesco Mobile Talkmobile
Orange Vodafone
T-Mobile
Virgin Mobile
100MB of data a month gives you roughly 3MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 4 webpages
• read 20 emails
• share 5 photos
10GB of data a month gives you roughly 330MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 100 webpages
• read 100 emails
• share 150 photos on facebook
• watch 90 minutes of video
13GB of data a month gives you roughly 430MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 100 webpages
• read 100 emails
• share 250 photos on facebook
• watch 120 minutes of video
150MB of data a month gives you roughly 5MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 6 webpages
• read 30 emails
• share 10 photos
1GB of data a month gives you roughly 30MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 20 webpages
• read 50 emails
• share 50 photos on facebook
• watch 5 minutes of video
2.5GB of data a month gives you roughly 85MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 20 webpages
• read 50 emails
• share 150 photos on facebook
• watch 15 minutes of video
200MB of data a month gives you roughly 6MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 8 webpages
• read 30 emails
• share 15 photos
20GB of data a month gives you roughly 650MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 100 webpages
• read 100 emails
• share 500 photos on facebook
• watch 180 minutes of video
250MB of data a month gives you roughly 8MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 10 webpages
• read 30 emails
• share 20 photos
2GB of data a month gives you roughly 65MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 20 webpages
• read 50 emails
• share 100 photos on facebook
• watch 12 minutes of video
300MB of data a month gives you roughly 10MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 12 webpages
• read 40 emails
• share 25 photos
350MB of data a month gives you roughly 12MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 14 webpages
• read 50 emails
• share 25 photos
3GB of data a month gives you roughly 100MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 20 webpages
• read 100 emails
• share 150 photos on facebook
• watch 20 minutes of video
4GB of data a month gives you roughly 130MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 20 webpages
• read 100 emails
• share 150 photos on facebook
• watch 30 minutes of video
500MB of data a month gives you roughly 16MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 20 webpages
• read 50 emails
• share 30 photos on facebook
• watch 1 minute of video
50GB of data a month gives you roughly 1600MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 1500 webpages
• read 500 emails
• share 4000 photos on facebook
• watch 180 minutes of video
50MB of data a month gives you roughly 2MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 2 webpages
• read 10 emails
• share 0 photos
5GB of data a month gives you roughly 160MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 30 webpages
• read 100 emails
• share 150 photos on facebook
• watch 40 minutes of video
600MB of data a month gives you roughly 20MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 20 webpages
• read 50 emails
• share 30 photos on facebook
• watch 2 minutes of video
6GB of data a month gives you roughly 200MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 30 webpages
• read 100 emails
• share 150 photos on facebook
• watch 50 minutes of video
750MB of data a month gives you roughly 25MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 20 webpages
• read 50 emails
• share 50 photos on facebook
• watch 2 minutes of video
7GB of data a month gives you roughly 230MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 30 webpages
• read 100 emails
• share 150 photos on facebook
• watch 60 minutes of video
8GB of data a month gives you roughly 260MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 50 webpages
• read 100 emails
• share 150 photos on facebook
• watch 60 minutes of video
Unlimited of data a month gives you roughly 99999MB each day.

To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day:

• visit 99999 webpages
• read 99999 emails
• share 99999 photos on facebook
• watch 99999 minutes of video