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cheapest new nokia n80

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1d, 3m agoPosted 1 decade, 3 months ago
I am looking to buy the nokia n80 on pay as you go or sim free.
[SIZE=2]Any ideas for the cheapest one with vouchers, quidco....?[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Marshall Ward have it for £300 with £9 back from quidco so total £291[/SIZE]
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1d, 3m agoPosted 1 decade, 3 months ago
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It would work out cheaper for you to get it on a 12 month O2 contract from e2save with 400 anytime minutes and 100 free texts a month, with the total term cost (after cashback) being [FONT=Tahoma][SIZE=2] £[/SIZE][/FONT]262.50.

Hope this helps?

CJ
#2
thanks but that's not brand new
#3
any cheap n80 sim free around?
#4
It's always going to be the most expensive to buy sim-free, a contract is the cheapest choice. It's a new phone and carries a premium for that reason, if you really want it cheap you'll need to wait - most Nokia phones generally plummit in price. Given the lack of long term reliability with the N70, N80 certainly wouldn't be high up on my list of phones to buy.

John
#5
my gf wants it
I don't want to buy it on contract as will be stuck on that network and I couldn't find a solution to unlock it
#6
In that case choose someone like Orange who will give you the unlock code for 20 quid - you're not going to have much luck getting a good deal on it sim free.

John
#7
cutthroat_jake is correct, £262 term cost for a new customer from e2save or £450 sim free from somewhere like expansys, maybe under £400 from ebay or someone else just as disreputable, although that marshal ward offer looks good.

The only other way would be to get a good O2 retention deal, but then you'd have to be a good O2 customer and be on your last contractual month with them.

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