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The Nokia 6300 has been voted Mobile Phone of the Year by What Mobile Awards.

The Nokia 6300 mobile phone offers a modern suite of features for todays consumer wrapped in a stainless steel frame, which weighs a mere 91 grams and is only 13.1mm thick.

The slim Nokia 6300 offers a 2.0-megapixel camera with zoom, expandable memory, built-in MP3 player and FM radio. Youll also never miss a text message even when your inbox is full as the phone can be set to automatically overwrite old messages with the new. All of these great functions are brought to life on the crisp 2 inch 16M colour QVGA screen.

* Compact modern design featuring sophisticated stainless-steel covers, glossy black finish, and rounded edges
* Dont forget your friends and clients numbers or details by storing up to 1000 contacts
* The large 2 16M QVGA colour screen means users can navigate their way around with ease
* Amazing high quality photos can be taken with a 2-megapixel camera and 8 x zoom
* Take your tunes on the move with the integrated MP3 player
* Built-in Stereo FM Radio to listen to all your favourite radio shows wherever you are
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Not bad, £7 quidco too I believe.
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prepare to have your card blocked and be sent a refurb
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prepare to have your card blocked and be sent a refurb


I had something similar to me, what happens is e2Save are trying to prevent fraudulent use on your card, so they make a £0.01 or a £1.00 charge to your card using the address details provided, if it is all ok, they then go ahead and charge for the full item.

However, some banks see that "toe dipping" practice as potentially fraudulent behaviour (ironic huh) therefore block the card in a completely automated process thereby preventing the full charge, this happened to me when ordering a contract with them, no full charge was required but I did have to call them to verify everything.

You'd think by now they'd of fixed this issue.

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