The Alcatel OT222 just £9 with £10 credit at Asda

A great deal from Asda starting from May 1st you can have the opportunity of getting a Alcatel OT222 mobile phone for just £9, according to a recent article over at pocket-lint.com

Not only that it also comes pre loaded with £10 of free credit. The Alcatel OT222 handset has been described as cute and simple by the manufacturer and is definitely one of the more basic that you’ll stumble across.

If all you are looking for is something that will allow you to make calls take calls and send a text every now and again then this could prove to be a useful solution at a snip of a price. It is only £9 and the £10 included will provide you with 50 texts of 33.5 minutes of phone calls of course you simply top this up when it runs out.

Spencer Brown a spokesperson from Asda’s has said its not often you get something for nothing or even get given a £1 back when you actually spend money. The beauty of this deal means that customers and parents can control exactly what they spend on phone calls and texts without having to splash out on an expensive handset. You can get the phone in stores and also online from direct.asda.com while stocks last.


3 thoughts on “The Alcatel OT222 just £9 with £10 credit at Asda”

  1. Tim Barrow says:

    The Alcatel OT S222 is a nice easy to use phone. Good radio station sound quality but only one earphone.
    A nice selection of ring tones to choose from for incoming calls and message alert. The phone enables customised key use. However, the user instructions are not clear about how to use the keypad to program shortcuts, but it is easy to do with a bit of practice.

    Also, the appointments on the 'to do' list would be better if they were displayed in date order, not time only. However, the organiser is very useful. The phone has no camera, but it is a basic phone, a bit like the 'pebble' phones but with fewer features. I find texting easier without using predictive text, and there is a good choice of symbols #,@,?! etc that can be used in texting.

    Overall, small, and compact compared to other phones which seem to be getting bigger and bigger.

    I got mine from Orange for £7 with a £10 top up – cheaper than the current ASDA deal.

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