Sony has announced the company's Xperia XA handset is now available in the UK on networks other than O2. Sony had previously released the Xperia XA on O2 on June 23, but today you'll be able to find the handset from the likes of Carphone Warehouse, Three, Virgin, and more.
As well as the £17 per month option (with 100MB of data) on O2, those seeking the Xperia XA will be able to look to Vodafone, which is offering two tariff options for £24 per month (£10 upfront fee — 1GB of data) or £19 per month (£30 upfront fee — 500MB of data). Three has the Xperia XA on plans from £18, but until July 18 you'll be able to enjoy a 50% savings for the first 6 months.
Lastly, Virgin lists the phone on plans from £15 per month. Those unfamiliar with the Xperia XA, we're looking at a curved 5-inch, 720p display, MediaTek MT6755 processor, 2GB of RAM, NFC, 13MP rear shooter with 8MP front-facing camera, 16GB internal storage (with microSD expansion), and a battery that is boasted to last for up to two days of use thanks to Sony's "smart battery management."
The Xperia XA is available in Graphite Black, White, Lime Gold, and Rose Gold (exclusive to Carphone Warehouse). Hit the links below to be taken to the respective stores where you can purchase the Sony handset. It's worth noting that Vodafone still has the Xperia XA listed as "coming soon."