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Hi guys, I rang O2 yesterday and found out that my contract expired 3 days ago so i need a new phone and a new contract. I would obviously like the cheapest possible. I currently have a k750i; i h…
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1d, 7m agoPosted 1 decade, 7 months ago
Hi guys,

I rang O2 yesterday and found out that my contract expired 3 days ago so i need a new phone and a new contract. I would obviously like the cheapest possible. I currently have a k750i; i have seen the 12 month free contract posted the other day which would give me my current phone, i would prefer to not have the same phone for another year.

I am interested in the new Nokia N91 (with the 4gb HD) or either of the new Sony Ericsson's: The W810i or The K800i.

I am looking for around 200 anytime any network minutes, 100/200 texts, free voicemail,

and also if possible the ability to port my current number onto the new contract
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1d, 7m agoPosted 1 decade, 7 months ago
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Somy Ericsson K800i: Initial outlay of £30 per month on Orange Canary 30, 200 x-net mins and 75 texts per month. Ater cashback you get 6 months free line rental, so it all weorks out at £15 per month with the phone free - £180 for the year. If you purchase via QuidCo.com you'll make £36.50 in extra cashback. Click Here to go to e2save

Nokia N91 CLEARANCE (aka refurbished): Initial outlay of £34 per month on o2 400, 400 x-net mins and 100 texts per month. Ater cashback you get 9 months half price line rental, so it all weorks out at £21.88 per month with the phone free - £262.50 for the year. If you purchase via QuidCo.com you'll make £36.50 in extra cashback. Click Here to go to e2save

Hope that helps. As you can see, it's a lot cheaper to get yourself a new K750i. ;)

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