Vodafone's running a mix of deals on contract phones that come with a free 3G PS Vita. Nothing's really free in these deals, but once you sort out the maths (which, to give credit where it's due, Whistleout has done) there's some decent value to be had; once you take the hardware cost of the phone and console out of the $59/Nexus plan, you're effectively paying around $20/month for 1.5GB of data plus calls. [Vodafone via OzBargain]
Lunchtime Deal: Galaxy Nexus $59/Month With Free 3G PS Vita
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