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EE Nokia 130 Mobile Phone - Red £4.99 @ Argos

£4.99 @ Argos
£10 top up is required if you are reserving item and paying instore If you pay online by fast track you only pay £4.99 this method has been tried by myself and worked. Also available in Black color. … Read More
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1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago
£10 top up is required if you are reserving item and paying instore
If you pay online by fast track you only pay £4.99 this method has been tried by myself and worked. Also available in Black color. In the box should be included £10 sim card.
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janenmark
I got this on friday, with fast track it's for my nearly 3 year old son he loves listening to music and at £4.99 it doesn't matter if he dropped it at that price :)

Great price for a basic phone, but personally I wouldn't use a phone as an mp3 player for such a young child-SAR is more damaging to growing tissues and organs and long term studies are still obviously unavailable. Call me crazy, but better to be safe...
20 Likes
mermoo...You're crazy
6 Likes
Ok phone however cant be unlocked easy and although it had bluetooth its not for voice so forget about connecting it to your hands free.
6 Likes
Looks like one of the phones the caddy used in line of duty!
5 Likes
EE charge £ 8.99 to unlock their phones, can use the included £10 topup that comes with this phone.

http://ee.co.uk/help/getting-started/joining-ee/unlocking-your-device




Edited By: jeevan on May 02, 2016 16:40

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6 Likes #1
Ok phone however cant be unlocked easy and although it had bluetooth its not for voice so forget about connecting it to your hands free.
2 Likes #2
Battery life for this phone is about up to 2 weeks. Very happy with my spare phone.
1 Like #3
I use it as an MP3 player. Got a memory card slotted into it. Brilliant battery life. Well worth £4.99.
#4
I got this on friday, with fast track it's for my nearly 3 year old son he loves listening to music and at £4.99 it doesn't matter if he dropped it at that price :)
#5
I got this on friday, with fast track it's for my nearly 3 year old son he loves listening to music and at £4.99 it doesn't matter if he dropped it at that price :)
#6
any cheap unlock method available?
20 Likes #7
janenmark
I got this on friday, with fast track it's for my nearly 3 year old son he loves listening to music and at £4.99 it doesn't matter if he dropped it at that price :)

Great price for a basic phone, but personally I wouldn't use a phone as an mp3 player for such a young child-SAR is more damaging to growing tissues and organs and long term studies are still obviously unavailable. Call me crazy, but better to be safe...
20 Likes #8
mermoo...You're crazy
5 Likes #9
EE charge £ 8.99 to unlock their phones, can use the included £10 topup that comes with this phone.

http://ee.co.uk/help/getting-started/joining-ee/unlocking-your-device




Edited By: jeevan on May 02, 2016 16:40
2 Likes #10
Mermoo
janenmark
I got this on friday, with fast track it's for my nearly 3 year old son he loves listening to music and at £4.99 it doesn't matter if he dropped it at that price :)

Great price for a basic phone, but personally I wouldn't use a phone as an mp3 player for such a young child-SAR is more damaging to growing tissues and organs and long term studies are still obviously unavailable. Call me crazy, but better to be safe...


where's the info about this then???
#11
will this work abroad?
6 Likes #12
Looks like one of the phones the caddy used in line of duty!
#13
I've reserved it for collection. will they ask me to buy the topup
#14
its only EE or any network
#15
snowflake75
I've reserved it for collection. will they ask me to buy the topup


No, if u use fast track.
3 Likes #16
What - no 'Cold it's not an Apple' comments?
#17
Thank you
#18
Bernandito
snowflake75
I've reserved it for collection. will they ask me to buy the topup
No, if u use fast track.
If u want to unlock you need that £10 credit anyways rite?
3 Likes #19
jeevan
can use the included £10 topup that comes with this phone.

For clarification, if you get this phone for £4.99 using fast-track, it will NOT come with £10 credit.

There's just a yellow sticker on the SIM card which says your first £10 top-up will automatically be used to purchase the £10 monthly bundle.
#20
EE 2G network is pants though :/ I have one of these kicking about used it on Virgin and a 215... best with 4G voice on EE.
1 Like #21
snowflake75
I've reserved it for collection. will they ask me to buy the topup


yes they will add £10 top up if you reserved it but if you use fast track you pay online and pick it up instore you don't pay anything else, they send you a code to your email address and mobile phone to pick it up.
#22
Mermoo
janenmark
I got this on friday, with fast track it's for my nearly 3 year old son he loves listening to music and at £4.99 it doesn't matter if he dropped it at that price :)
Great price for a basic phone, but personally I wouldn't use a phone as an mp3 player for such a young child-SAR is more damaging to growing tissues and organs and long term studies are still obviously unavailable. Call me crazy, but better to be safe...

Could you not just not put a sim card in?
#23
seaniboy
EE 2G network is pants though :/ I have one of these kicking about used it on Virgin and a 215... best with 4G voice on EE.
Are you saying it was OK on Virgin? Cos Virgin use EE's network you know.
1 Like #24
janenmark
Mermoo
janenmark
I got this on friday, with fast track it's for my nearly 3 year old son he loves listening to music and at £4.99 it doesn't matter if he dropped it at that price :)
Great price for a basic phone, but personally I wouldn't use a phone as an mp3 player for such a young child-SAR is more damaging to growing tissues and organs and long term studies are still obviously unavailable. Call me crazy, but better to be safe...
where's the info about this then???

A basic peer reviewed article for starters:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213879X14000583#sect0010
2 Likes #25
Perfect for drug dealers
#26
Great festival phone. Not very theft appealing and battery lasts over a week!
#27
Trap phone
1 Like #28
How good is it as an MP3 player: does it have album folder navigation, and shuffle play? Cheers.
1 Like #29
Mermoo
Did you actually read it? It's absolute trash. It's written with the bias and quality of a Daily Mail article. More importantly, it contains absolutely no original research whatsoever; it's just a collection of cherry-picked references to other, previous research. For all intents and purposes, it's a formally-written blog post.

Not that I would expect anything better from the "Saudi Society of Microscopes", in a self-published article to their own journal.

This is why hypochondriacs exist.
3 Likes #30
soulhunter123777
Mermoo
Did you actually read it? It's absolute trash. It's written with the bias and quality of a Daily Mail article. More importantly, it contains absolutely no original research whatsoever; it's just a collection of cherry-picked references to other, previous research. For all intents and purposes, it's a formally-written blog post.
Not that I would expect anything better from the "Saudi Society of Microscopes", in a self-published article to their own journal.
This is why hypochondriacs exist.

It's a basic open access literature review from a peer reviewed journal - it matters not which country it comes from. Most scientific journal articles won't be accessible to all, as they are not open access, but subscription only.

In my opinion people should be aware of the dangers before they choose to fry their child's brain/tissues/organs, giving gifts to be "nice". Who knows how many people will be dying of SAR related tumours in x years time. Like I said, call me crazy but I think it's - better to be safe...
banned#31
Good find, Heat added 8)
#32
My sister bought a phone on fast track few months back and was told she had to pay for top up when she went to collect. Yes, fast track not reserve. She was fuming cause it was for her kid so didnt even need that much top up she was gonna stick an old sim in it.

Just to warn you cause I know others didnt but its possible if you get a nazi at the collection desk.
#33
CEX are paying £8 if trading in for vouchers
#34
naughtybunnies
What - no 'Cold it's not an Apple' comments?


Cold, it's not an iPhone!!
#35
Excuse my ignorance but can I switch my existing Sim from my note 4 into this phone for when I am off camping etc?
1 Like #36
MoRooney
Excuse my ignorance but can I switch my existing Sim from my note 4 into this phone for when I am off camping etc?

If you are on EE or if you get this unlocked, then yes
#37
Drug dealers IPhone ;)
#38
alasrati
seaniboy
EE 2G network is pants though :/ I have one of these kicking about used it on Virgin and a 215... best with 4G voice on EE.
Are you saying it was OK on Virgin? Cos Virgin use EE's network you know.
Both very subject to calls breaking up and network deafening screeches, the 2G network on EE is mainly T-Mobiles, even with upgrades to the 2G transmitters it is still crap.
#39
Is the Black One not on fast track???
1 Like #40
Mermoo
soulhunter123777
Mermoo
Did you actually read it? It's absolute trash. It's written with the bias and quality of a Daily Mail article. More importantly, it contains absolutely no original research whatsoever; it's just a collection of cherry-picked references to other, previous research. For all intents and purposes, it's a formally-written blog post.
Not that I would expect anything better from the "Saudi Society of Microscopes", in a self-published article to their own journal.
This is why hypochondriacs exist.
It's a basic open access literature review from a peer reviewed journal - it matters not which country it comes from. Most scientific journal articles won't be accessible to all, as they are not open access, but subscription only.
In my opinion people should be aware of the dangers before they choose to fry their child's brain/tissues/organs, giving gifts to be "nice". Who knows how many people will be dying of SAR related tumours in x years time. Like I said, call me crazy but I think it's - better to be safe...

The lack of any credible research aside, will the child will be putting the phone up to its ear to listen to MP3's?

For people of the tin foil hat brigade, aeroplane mode would be the way to go if you were worried... it would also prolong battery life.

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