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Orange Montecarlo, price and rates of this white label Android

When we look for cheap mobiles, we usually have two options, or choose an expensive rate, or choose a low-performance mobile. But the truth is that we always have a third option, the white label. In this case, we are talking about Orange Montecarlo. It has a good price but maintains a fairly respectable performance. Most notable, his 4.3 inch screen. It is no longer expensive to get an Android mobile with a large screen. In addition, it meets the basics in the rest of the feature. Orange It has already published the different prices of the device with their rates, which can be easily obtained for 0 euros.

With rates Dolphin you can get it for a good price. In fact, with almost all of them, the Orange Montecarlo stays in the 0 euros. The exception comes with the Dolphin 20, where the mobile stays at 49 euros, with a rate of 20 euros per month (16 euros for the first six months), which includes 200 MB of data, and 300 minutes in calls, signing a stay of 18 months. To get it for 0 euros, the best rate is the Dolphin 30, with a fee of 30 euros per month (24 the first six months), which includes 300 minutes in calls and another 300 MB in data, also with a commitment of 18 months. Below we show you the complete table with all the modalities and the different prices.

RATE PRICE SHARE PERMANENCE DATA Minutes
Dolphin 20 49 20 (16) 18 200 300
Dolphin 30 0 30 (24) 18 300 300
Dolphin 40 0 40 (32) 18 500 500
Dolphin 59 0 59 (47) 18 750 1000
Dolphin 79 0 79 (63) 18 1000 2000
In parentheses price of the quota the first six months

Big screen on a good mobile

The highlights of Orange Montecarlo is your big screen of 4.3 inch, which allows you to enjoy a device with a large screen without it having to be an expensive mega smartphone. Its screen size is also inversely proportional to the thickness of the mobile, which is 11.3 millimeters, which makes it relatively thin. In addition to all this, it has a camera five megapixels with LED flash, with the possibility of saving the photos on the microSD card with which its memory can be expanded.

As for your heart, we find a processor capable of beating at 800 MHz, accompanied by a 512 MB RAM. Worst of all, it is dominated by Gingerbread, the previous version of Android, not by Ice Cream Sandwich. It has the ability to run the latest version but is likely to run smoother with Gingerbread. As a last detail, its battery of 1400 mAh, which gives us autonomy to survive 288 hours of standby and five hours of conversation.