Nokia 2760 (Black PAYG / Unlocked) - £18.95 delivered when you buy £10 airtime @ e2save + £7 cashback via Quidco ! - HotUKDeals
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Nokia 2760 (Black PAYG / Unlocked) - £18.95 delivered when you buy £10 airtime @ e2save + £7 cashback via Quidco !

£18.95 @ e2save
Go via Quidco for £7 cashback £10 top up required. Choice of either Virgin or O2 network. VGA Camera with 4x zoom Black and Blue external screen Bluetooth GPRS Connectivity Integrated han…
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
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£10 top up required. Choice of either Virgin or O2 network.

VGA Camera with 4x zoom
Black and Blue external screen
Bluetooth
GPRS Connectivity
Integrated hands-free speaker
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#1
http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w302/bucketandbucket/album2/nokia-2660-combo.jpg
#2
Thats a hot little phone for around £21!!
banned#3
Hrmm i was interested, but reviews are pretty shocking:

http://reviews.cnet.com/cell-phones/nokia-2760-blue-t/4505-6454_7-33155744.html
#4
Wrong picture :thumbsup:

http://www.ascomputer.ro/nou/images/nokia_2760%20bun.jpg
#5
The picture on the website is wrong i think as the title says it is for the black one

good price for a entry level phone
#6
I like flip phones better than slider. Wonder if it's unlocked, if not, add another £5 for unlocking, T-Mobile is not the best tarriff. Hot for making calls and texting. The rest is warm.
#7
This is a great phone if you just want to call and send text and media messages. It's sturdy and takes LOTS of knocks by my daughter! Good deal.
#8
pet2000
I like flip phones better than slider. Wonder if it's unlocked, if not, add another £5 for unlocking, T-Mobile is not the best tarriff. Hot for making calls and texting. The rest is warm.


It isn't on T Mobile...;-)

It is a " Clearance " item so not new, but still an OK deal.. :thumbsup:
#9
is it possible this might be unlocked as it is clearance and a carphone warehouse company? Anyway good deal in my view
#10
The price is £28.95, not £18.95 as £10 top up is required.
#11
sconto;5256710
The price is £28.95, not £18.95 as £10 top up is required.

It seems standard practice on here (from mods etc) to put that top up is required in the title but for the price to reflect the cost of the item only. It is always a bit of a issue as you do have to buy the top up.
#12
wazza1234
Hrmm i was interested, but reviews are pretty shocking:

http://reviews.cnet.com/cell-phones/nokia-2760-blue-t/4505-6454_7-33155744.html


What do you expect for £18 though? (£28 if you include the top up but then you have to buy a top up eventually if you intend to use it so that as an issue). Looks a reasonable phone for the price.
banned#13
i think if we are talking cheap ,budget Nokia's , i have to say i prefer the Nokia 1650

Its £9.99 on pay as you go with £10 top up so just as good as flip phones just frustrate me :x

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#14
wazza1234
Hrmm i was interested, but reviews are pretty shocking:

http://reviews.cnet.com/cell-phones/nokia-2760-blue-t/4505-6454_7-33155744.html


What do you expect for £18 though? (£28 if you include the top up but then you have to buy a top up eventually if you intend to use it so I don't see that as an issue), can't expect something flawless for that price and you can spend alot more and still get a phone with issues. Looks a reasonable phone for the price.
#15
wordsworth
is it possible this might be unlocked as it is clearance and a carphone warehouse company? Anyway good deal in my view


Just rang E2Save.... handset is unlocked.... Just ordered one as a backup. Many thanks...
#16
tonyg1962;5256043
Wrong picture :thumbsup:



Correct pic I guess.. as the title says Black :)
#17
Baby_blondie
i think if we are talking cheap ,budget Nokia's , i have to say i prefer the Nokia 1650

Its £9.99 on pay as you go with £10 top up so just as good as flip phones just frustrate me :x

xxxx

You've really got to bear in mind that as far as basic phones go, they're both great as some prefer flip ones since you can't accidentally waste all of your credit by it calling when it's in your pocket, but at the same time, I prefer non-flip ones. They both have their fans. :)
#18
edi
Correct pic I guess.. as the title says Black :)


It's wrong model (2660)... 2760 has a camera.
#19
Just checked Quidco...
The £7 has tracked within an hour....
#20
elephantguy
Just rang E2Save.... handset is unlocked.... Just ordered one as a backup. Many thanks...



i had a clearance phone off them today which was locked to o2.
#21
This is a great price for this phone. I've just recently bought one of these for my dad, and for a basic phone, it's quite feature rich (bluetooth, and camera). As far as the phone itself is concerned, my dad loves it, it's simple to use, nice and small and good quality. Ideal for older people, because the buttons are nice and big and the shortcut keys can be programmed for features like the camera, so they don't have to trawl through the menus. The ringtones are nice and loud, and the outer screen (monochrome) is a bonus.

There maybe complaints about the software being a little slow. It does have a little lag on it, but this isn't an issue with my dad, as he's not that slick on the phones. He tends to look at the menu, read the screen and be cautious about what he presses. I personnally didn't find the menu particularly unbearable.

The fact that there are no buttons on the outside is quite good, as the can't be accidently pressed. This also means that the volume can't be adjusted whilst on a call, but my dad never did this on his old phone anyway.

The flip can be used to answer calls, or can be switched off, but the lack of outer buttons means that when the flip is active you cant reject calls. So it's a good idea to switch the flip off.

I'm using this as a trainer phone with my dad. hopefully when he gets used to the S40 software, I'll look at upgrading to a mid-range handset.

I got mine from o2 directly at £29, but this allowed us to do a PAYG upgrade which gives you back 10% (from memory) of your total top ups from the last 18month, or from since you last upgraded. Not sure if this is possible on the handsets from e2save, but worth checking.

Nice budget handset, recommended.
#22
can i use "3" sim on this mobile???
#23
ranjha_tera
can i use "3" sim on this mobile???


Nope. It may work for a short while, but once Three notice that you are roaming onto their partner 2G networks, when you could adequately get a 3G signal they will block your SIM. (assuming that this phone is unlocked)
#24
Thanks.
#25
dreamypuma
Nope. It may work for a short while, but once Three notice that you are roaming onto their partner 2G networks, when you could adequately get a 3G signal they will block your SIM. (assuming that this phone is unlocked)


I have switched my phone (not this one) to 2g since the 3g kills my battery quicker. I have not been blocked for yet, and its been just over a year now.
I thought the real issue was 3 sims not working in 2g phones?
banned#26
anyone received their phones yet? how are they going?
#27
n00b
I have switched my phone (not this one) to 2g since the 3g kills my battery quicker. I have not been blocked for yet, and its been just over a year now.
I thought the real issue was 3 sims not working in 2g phones?


To be honest you probably quite lucky.

If you think about it logically, the Three Network, alone is brilliant in terms of a 3G network, but can not compete with the coverage delivered by the long standing networks which were all 2G. The Three mobile temporarily roam onto the the partner network Orange (used to be o2) as a backup, when the Three network is not present. This is a more expensive method of delivering you the consumer coverage as you are roaming. A Three phone will revert back to the Three network at the sniff of a signal, which to Three is the cheaper option.

As for a Three SIM working in a 2G handset, in theory it could if the phone is unlocked, never tried it so couldn't comment on the outcome.

The partner network is in place as a contingency and costs Three more to deliver you a service, which is why Three would rather you used their own network.

If Three haven't switched your SIM off, yet they will at some point. As I believe it is a breach of their conditions. This may take an hour, day, week a year. but they would have the right to disconnect.
#28
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