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Nokia 5230 Comes with Music T-mobile PAYG Argos £69.99 plus £10 top up (Save £30) £79.99

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T-Mobile Nokia 5230 Comes with Music - Black. This handset must be purchased with £10 airtime, this will automatically be added to your transaction in store. Mobile phone features: 3G mobi…
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T-Mobile Nokia 5230 Comes with Music - Black.

This handset must be purchased with £10 airtime, this will automatically be added to your transaction in store.

Mobile phone features:
3G mobile and includes unlimited Ovi music downloads for 12 months.
Candybar handset.
Up to 458 hours standby time.
Up to 420 mins talk time.
Internal memory 70MB.
Messaging: SMS/MMS/Email.
GPRS, EDGE and HSDPA internet capability.
Takes up to 2GB microSD memory card (included).
2 megapixel camera.
Video capture and playback.
Quad band.
Bluetooth.
WAP compatible.
Vibration alert.
FM radio.
MP3 player.
Size of handset H111, W52, D16mm.
Weight 113g.

Free 6 months internet when you buy T-Mobile Nokia. Includes 12 months unlimited music downloads (which can be kept), free voice-guided navigation with Ovi maps and free car cradle. Offer not available online, please add mobile to trolley to reserve for store pick-up. Offer ends 22nd January 2011.
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If you missed out on the T-mobile flash sale last week with 20% off this may appeal.

Great value if you think you get unlimited (Yes unlimited music downloads) to use for 1 year on the mobile device and 1 nominated PC. ( Cannot burn to CD or put on other mp3 players though as it has DRM!)

Also 6 months internet (currently T mobile do a top up after 6 months for a further 6 months for £20 for internet 1GB)

You also get okia ovi maps and in car holder to use as sat nav.

Great value package and the mobile is OK if not exactly up to smartphone standards today.
#3
get an orange san francisco instead , i sold my 5230 to buy one, much better phone, but i did get it for £70
#4


That's a good deal, however, the one in the OP includes to free music for a year, 6 months internet and the car kit so if you think it's worth the extra, and the fact that you can collect it from Argos if you need it in time for Christmas makes this a decent deal.

I know it's not the best phone in the world but my wife has one and I think it's pretty good for the money.

Edited By: Mike73 on Dec 18, 2010 13:26
1 Like #5
my wife and I have this phone.
It's not too bad. The cheaper it gets though, the better it becomes....
#6
I had this phone stolen when I was on hols. It was great as an mp3 player, & the Nokia pc suite could convert films to view on it very well. The downside was the Ovistore being poor and the screen scratched easily, it's also difficult to unlock & had to be sent away. It's been left behind by the budget androids now even at this price
#7
This phone is quite difficult to unlock and cheapest is around £20.
#8
Does the unlimited music for a year work on this phone?

I bought one from t-mobile direct a few months back and could not get the ovi unlimited to work.
Sent that one back after nokia said the phone was not compatible??
#9
Have been using Comes with Music package (now rebranded Ovi Music Unlimited or somesuch) for nearly 2 years and after some teething troubles Nokia finally have a superb mobile music service abeit too late to be a mainstream success. I currently use it with my 5800 and download using wifi as I'm not on an unlimited data (sic) tariff. I imagine downloading over 3g would be tedious (the 5230 doesn't have wifi oO). You can also download music straight to your PC and then transfer it to your phone. Wide selection of music and unlike Spotify Premium you get to keep all the tracks when your subscription ends. Worth the price just for the music IMHO.


Edited By: john20 on Dec 20, 2010 20:08
#10
Does anyone know the best fair use software for listening to ovi songs on another mp3 with a battery that lasts all day (which this phone fails on)?

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