Motorola F3 Blue on Virgin PAYG with £10 Airtime Voucher - £17.99 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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The Motorola F3 mobile phone (also known as the MOTOFONE) will appeal to many people who just want a hassle-free and simple mobile phone for their needs.

The Motorola F3 has a unique display screen using ClearVision, a technology allowing you to view information on your screen without the glare from direct sunlight.

Motorola have designed the F3 mobile phone with the user in mind, by giving it a stylish yet strong and dust proof casing that is only 9mm thick, easily fitting into your pocket or handbag.

The Motorola F3 is fun with an effortless interface and voice prompts allowing users to send text messages easily. Another unique feature is its large font display making reading text messages or information clear and glare free.

* Stylish slim-phone design only 9mm thick
* ClearVision electrophoretic display (EPD) technology
* SMS messaging
* Large font display
* Polyphonic ringtones
* Voice prompt commands
* Built-in speaker
* Vibrate alert

Motorola F3 Blue Specification

* Dimensions - 114 x 47 x 9mm
* Weight - 70g
* Standby Time - up to 300 hours
* Talk Time - up to 4 hours 30 minutes

Delivered free via Royal Mail Special Delivery.
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According to their email newsletter, £10 voucher should be free. Doesn't appear to be though.
Think thats a confusion sburley :)

FREE £10 airtime & price should be £17.99 otherwise it should be "Get a FREE phone & Free £2 credit"
Then they shouldn't really be advertising it as 'FREE' alongside an indicated price of £7.99. It's not free as you have to pay extra for it.
Infact it's a 'Free' handset and 'Free' £10 voucher and free delivery, what exactly is the £7.99 charge for?
Has anyone noticed this goes over to e2save when you checkout? In fact it is the same deal that I posted a while back (search for Motofone), but with Savastores being naughty and usig a misleading price indicaton. Tut tut. More info on how to knock the credit up to £17 on my thread

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