Nokia 1650 17 months @ 0.99p p/m / Effective Cost per month £1.77 (100 mins + 100 texts p/m) on TMobile @ e2save - HotUKDeals
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The Nokia 1650 mobile phone is here packed with all the necessities needed in your basic daily tasks and it comes with a simple yet stylish look. Features include a currency converter, calculator, built-in Handsfree, FM Radio and even a flashlight, plus much much more.

Also use the customisable animated screensavers along with polyphonic ringtones and built-in games for fun. With an extremely user-friendly and colourful icon menu system, the Nokia 1650 really is sophistication and entertainment in one small package.

Dont let the simple design fool you, its jam packed full of great features
Listen to the latest tracks with the built-in FM Radio
Keep yourself amused for hours with the great array of games
Use the very handy built-in flashlight to see in the dark
Be surprised how useful the built-in Handsfree facility is
Customise your mobile phone with the animated screensavers
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If you want to go for a "free-after-cashback" deal, there are currently a few (also on T-Mobile, also with more inclusive minutes) available on

And no, I do not wish to get drawn into the inevitable debate over the relative merits of these deals, thank you.
This deal posted the other day is better as it works out a £1.67 per month after cashback.

If you include quidco and add on the postage for redemption then you will be about £2 in ppocket.
i dont get it, how is 17 months @99p per month effectively £1.77 a month, 99p a month is 99p a month? am i missing something? if their is cash back or redemption where is this explained in the post?
99 p for 17 months + rest of contract period at full price = 1.79 per month effectively over full contract period.
Cashback by redemption is not mentioned in the original post. However, you will find this is how it works if you go to the deal on the e2save website.

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