The O2 Jet is aimed solely at the business user who enjoys to talk. Apart from the battery life this quadband handset doesn’t have many other notable specs other than Speakerphone, Bluetooth, and POP3 and IMAP4 email access. There’s no camera, mp3 player, nor is it full of ringtones and games.
O2 are confident that the Jet will stand the test of time offering a two year warranty. They’ve also released a special protective case to make it extra robust.
The handset also comes bundled with over £50 of accessories including a charging desk stand and an in-car charger.
As well as being released on contract, the O2 Jet is available on Pay and Go at £59.99 from October 19th.
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