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Contract deals - free Nokia N95, 12 months, under £36 a month?

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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
I am looking for a new 12-month contract.

I want a free Nokia N95, at least 200 minutes, 200 texts and for under £36 a month.

Can you guys help?
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Bump :)
#2
O2 are offering the Nokia N95 for free on a 12-month contract that includes 400 minutes and 1000 texts according to their website.

Sounds too good to be true. Does anyone know if that price includes VAT, are the minutes available to use all the time etc.?
#3
Dial-a-phone have Free N95 on 12m, 400min, 500text for £35 a month.
+ £60 quidco.
#4
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Dial-a-phone have Free N95 on 12m, 400min, 500text for £35 a month.
+ £60 quidco.

Not heard of Dial-a-Phone, are they trustworthy?

I have checked out the deal you mean. It's with O2 and it's the O2 400 price plan. How does that differ to the Online 35 price plan that is available on the O2 website? (apart from the O2 website's deal seems to include double the texts for the same cost)
#5
Dial-a-phone have been around forever.

Yes I think same deal as o2 but with less texts, o2 deal is better if you will use all thoughs texts otherwise you may as well pocket the £60.

I have a 1000 text a month but prob only use 300-400 so I would take the cash.
#6
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Dial-a-phone have been around forever.

Yes I think same deal as o2 but with less texts, o2 deal is better if you will use all thoughs texts otherwise you may as well pocket the £60.

I have a 1000 text a month but prob only use 300-400 so I would take the cash.

I think in this case, I'll stick with O2. Double the texts (1000 instead of 500) but I don't get the £60 cashback :)

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