Send hearts fluttering with the Sony Ericsson T303 Butterfly handset exclusive to Orange

January 26, 2009 | 09:17

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London, UK. 16th January 2009. Spring is on its way and love is in the air. To celebrate, Sony Ericsson is introducing the beautiful, deliciously slim and stylish, T303 Butterfly phone.

The Sony Ericsson T303 Butterfly handset ties elegantly into the theme of Saint Valentine’s Day. Exclusive to Orange, this phone simply oozes romance, uniquely customised with a pretty pink and white Butterfly motif.

With its slim slider mechanism, soft round shape and Pink chrome casing, the T303 Butterfly is visually stunning. Its innovative reflective mirror glass display allows you to ensure you always look your best whilst the matching charm and carrier pouch make this phone the perfect gift.

The Sony Ericsson T303 Butterfly comes with all the essential features for girls on the go. Its 1.3 megapixel camera is ready to take photos in an instant, and you can use Bluetooth™ to snap and send to your friends if you feel like sharing the love. The T303 Butterfly also comes with a built-in FM radio, meaning you can tune in, chill out, and let time just pass you by.

An exquisite handset with impressive specifications, the Sony Ericsson T303 Butterfly has an attractive RRP of £39.99.

Sony Ericsson Head of Marketing UK & Ireland, David Hilton commented:

‘The Sony Ericsson T303 Butterfly handset is both elegant and affordable.

The beautiful casing detail, bespoke pouch and charm are a design revelation whilst the technical specifications of the T303 are equally impressive. This phone was inspired by the concepts of harmony and romance, positioning it as an ideal present choice for the time of year.”

The Sony Ericsson T303 Butterfly is available from Orange from the end of January via Orange stores, Orange Telesales (0800 079 2000) and Orange’s online shop:

About Sony Ericsson

Sony Ericsson is a top global industry player with sales of over 100 million phones in 2007. Diversity is one of the core strengths of the company, with operations in over 80 countries including manufacturing in China and R&D sites in China, Europe, India, Japan and North America. Sony Ericsson was established as a 50:50 joint venture by Sony and Ericsson in October 2001, with global corporate functions located in London. For more information about Sony Ericsson, please visit
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