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Nokia 106 - £5.00 on EE instore at Asda

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2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago
I know it was posted on here a few months back and expired but it was instock at Leamington today and they had a few so probably worth having a look in local branches.

I grabbed one of these for online listings etc(kept getting put on spam lists with other).

Sure its basic but handy as a spare, in the glovebox, for the kids, gran etc. In my experience the batteries on these type phones last forever when not used.

Bonus it comes with a pound of credit.
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#2
How can you go wrong at £5? I may take a look in my local store.

I paid £15 for a cheap LG about 4 years ago, it's still going. Like you I use it for online stuff as well, Google, Facebook all the people who want you to verify a phone number with them.
#3
Decent little phone battery lasts around a week on standby. It's my online registration / orange Wednesday / emergency car phone. Something to note it takes the bl-5c battery you can get spares for next to nothing and almost every small Nokia takes them. This meant that 2 weeks with no access to sockets to charge was easy.
#4
hi there. did you just paid 5 pounds. is it unlocked phone? do I need to top up of EE
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deepeshtaunk
hi there. did you just paid 5 pounds. is it unlocked phone? do I need to top up of EE
Yes I definitely got one inshore but no promises everywhere will have in stock, I think its locked to EE, presume it will take Orange or T mobile also. Is apparently £1 of credit but I don't know how to get that, probably need to register it.

Edited By: Badger1980 on Dec 07, 2014 23:19

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