Motorola Defy+ Pre-Orders Start in the UK, Free on Contract

Motorola officially announced the Motorola Defy+ last month which is successor to their famous rugged Android powered device known as Motorola Defy, and it comes with some slightly upgraded features. The device was announced for Asian, European and Latin American markets. It would appear that the phone is finally on its way to the UK as BuyMobilePhones.net is now offering pre-orders for the Defy+ on contract. Interested users will be able to get the Defy+ with service from carriers like Vodafone UK, O2, Orange and T-Mobile UK. The phone is free and if you’re looking for the cheapest plan, it appears to come from O2UK, which starts at £10.50 a month. Additional plans along with pre-orders are available on the site so check it out and find the one that’s right for you.

Defy+ comes with a new and improved 1 GHz processor, Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Motorola’s custom UI known as MotoBlur. The Defy+ also boasts a better battery, and a stronger, tougher build quality than its predecessor. Another great deal on the Defy+ comes from Clove, where they are offering it for £246, SIM-Free.

So anyone planning to get one? Share your thoughts with us about the Defy+ in the comment box below.

Source: SoMobile

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4 Comments

  1. Sal
    September 13, 21:46 Reply

    I bought am original Defy for my 9 year old daughter. She’s had our since Christmas and its holding up well. Not sure I would want one for an adult unless you worked in a pretty rough environment.

  2. Sal
    September 13, 21:46 Reply

    I bought am original Defy for my 9 year old daughter. She’s had our since Christmas and its holding up well. Not sure I would want one for an adult unless you worked in a pretty rough environment.

  3. i-s
    September 13, 22:00 Reply

    As the owner of a defy, I’m not sure I’d bother. Motorola have rehashed the same phone hardware and left existing users hanging out to dry with a buggy version of 2.2 that will never be updated. The hardware of the phone is great, motorola’s software is truly god-awful. The Defy and Defy+ are ONLY worth considering if you are going to install cyanogenmod 7 on them. 

  4. Jessica
    September 14, 08:23 Reply

    It is nice cell phone I think..

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