NOKIA E72, £19.99 and £15pm for 300 mins, 300 texts, unlimited internet @ buymobilephones.net (24 month contract) - HotUKDeals
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Nokia E72 Metal Grey
QWERTY Keyboard microSD memory card slot, hot swappable, max. 32 GB 250 MB internal dynamic memory 10.2 Mbps HSDPA 2 Mbps HSUPA Wifi Bluetooth version 2.0 Easy Email set-up 5 megapixel camera RDS FM radio
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#1
Looks good £25 Quidco too. Thanks
#2
Thats a great deal
#3
Got one, best phone I ever had..
#4
thats a gr8 deal wow 380 quid awesome deal
#5
Heat added for a deal which, in total is cheaper (when also taking Quidco/TCB unto account) than what Virgin are offering highlighted in the following thread:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/605741/nokia-e72-22-per-month-250min-unlim
#6
Shame it's a 24mth contract though. I'm paying the same with 1000txts, 300mins and 500mb data for an E71 but on a 12mth contract.
#7
Looks like a good deal to me too!
#8
http://www.buymobilephones.net/prodimg/nokia_e72_metal.jpg
#9
Shame that T Mobile coverage seems very poor in most of South Wales. I was going to go for this but 3G coverage seems non existant.
#10
good deal but wouldn't take out a 24month contract
#11
thats a hell of a phone. well built too, so if you wanted on to last two years, it would be this one. you would probably have to replace the battery as some point tho.
#12
Uridium
Shame it's a 24mth contract though. I'm paying the same with 1000txts, 300mins and 500mb data for an E71 but on a 12mth contract.


Where from?
#13
Uridium;7828239
Shame it's a 24mth contract though. I'm paying the same with 1000txts, 300mins and 500mb data for an E71 but on a 12mth contract.


It's all very well saying that but it would be much more helpful to everyone if you told us where you can get that deal from!! Do let us know....
#14
shedboy66
good deal but wouldn't take out a 24month contract


Then be prepared to keep your current phone for a good many years. 3 years ago ppl were saying the same thing about 18 month contracts but now is the norm. Good phone and hot deal OP.
#15
assettt
Then be prepared to keep your current phone for a good many years. 3 years ago ppl were saying the same thing about 18 month contracts but now is the norm. Good phone and hot deal OP.


totally disagree plenty of 12 month contracts as well as 18 month contracts i would never take out a 24 month contract one a handset will be lucky to last that long, two you will be sick of it after a year or so
#16
This is definitely a hot deal!

A word of warning, I have a similar contract with T-Mobile and one month made 420 mins of calls instead of 300 - basically two hour long calls to a landline more than I should have. As each extra minute is charged at 30p, this meant a massive bill.

So watch your minutes! I added a landline bolt on, its £5 per month but at least the same shouldn't happen again!..
#17
HI
Good deal. thats the same as £21 p/month deal on 18 months contract.
Virgin mobile does similar deal , £22 p month 18 months contract
they also offer 2 months free to Virgin existing customers , which comes to £18 p/month
1 Like #18
Here is a direct link
http://www.buymobilephones.net/mobile-phones/Nokia/Nokia-E72-Metal-Grey/T-Mobile/T-Mobile-%C2%A315-%2824mths%29-inc.-Internet/2706013?adnetwork=dgm&adnetwork=af
As the poster used an affiliate link earning THEM money and possibly negating any quidco earnings
#19
shedboy66
totally disagree plenty of 12 month contracts as well as 18 month contracts i would never take out a 24 month contract one a handset will be lucky to last that long, two you will be sick of it after a year or so

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Why on earth would someone be sick of their phone after a year or two? Must be a fashion thing? The reason I have a mobile phone is to make telephone calls - now there's a surprise.:roll:

I could understand that you don't want a 24 month contract because of the way the deals on minutes and the Internet change every 5 minutes but not because of the phone. ;-)

Takes all sorts and I thank people like yourself who are easily bored with their mobile, gives me a cheap source of good phones whenever I am forced to replace mine (about every 4 years).:thumbsup:[/SIZE]
#20
cibarious
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Why on earth would someone be sick of their phone after a year or two? Must be a fashion thing? The reason I have a mobile phone is to make telephone calls - now there's a surprise.:roll:

I could understand that you don't want a 24 month contract because of the way the deals on minutes and the Internet change every 5 minutes but not because of the phone. ;-)

Takes all sorts and I thank people like yourself who are easily bored with their mobile, gives me a cheap source of good phones whenever I am forced to replace mine (about every 4 years).:thumbsup:[/SIZE]


Couldn't agree more :thumbsup: bludy throw away society we live in :?:?
#21
Hot deal, shame they havent got it in white! White handset is stunning. =P
#22
I'm another who doesn't like long contracts. :-D

Once 2 year becomes normal they will probably start rolling contracts where they extend a year at a time unless you tell them not to.


A very slippery slope.


But for some obviously a good deal. :)
#23
this def is a very good deal but have read many bad reviews about buymobilephones.net ... but I think that has been with cashback .... anyone have an opinion on this?
#24
thanks just purchased.
heat and rep added:thumbsup:
the phone is going for between £200-£250 on ebay, so will make the contract around £6.50 a month when sold.
already got a phone i am happy with so this works out better than a cheap sim only deal
#25
I bought from buymobilephones.net last week, but i went for the blackberry bold 9700 deal @ £20 per month (300 mins, 300 texts, unlimited internet and unlimited blackberry data), Thought they were fine to deal with, got next day delivery via Citylink.
#26
Just checked on the t-mobile site

http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop/mobile-phones/phones/pay-monthly/nokia/e72/price-plans/

MUCH more expensive that way!

Only £20 quidco on a £15 a month contract too

HOT:thumbsup:
#28
AntSmith
Where from?


KingCampo
It's all very well saying that but it would be much more helpful to everyone if you told us where you can get that deal from!! Do let us know....


Vodafone direct. I just haggled instore at vodafone for a deal close to what i wanted than called vodafone and got them to beat it.
#29
cibarious
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Why on earth would someone be sick of their phone after a year or two? Must be a fashion thing? The reason I have a mobile phone is to make telephone calls - now there's a surprise.:roll:

I could understand that you don't want a 24 month contract because of the way the deals on minutes and the Internet change every 5 minutes but not because of the phone. ;-)

Takes all sorts and I thank people like yourself who are easily bored with their mobile, gives me a cheap source of good phones whenever I am forced to replace mine (about every 4 years).:thumbsup:[/SIZE]


If you only wnt to make calls though this isn't the right handset for you anyway.

It's not just about being bored of the phone in 12mths. I's about geting best value. I get a new phone every year as i stick on a 12mth contract. Then each year i sell on my old handset for £150+ partially offsetting the cost of the next 12mths contract.
#30
If you can sell the phone after a year and get a good price that sounds good.


Unlimited internet is never unlimited so what is it on this deal ??????


Are BuyMobilePhones a decent company to deal with ????
#31
justingalore
This is definitely a hot deal!

A word of warning, I have a similar contract with T-Mobile and one month made 420 mins of calls instead of 300 - basically two hour long calls to a landline more than I should have. As each extra minute is charged at 30p, this meant a massive bill.

So watch your minutes! I added a landline bolt on, its £5 per month but at least the same shouldn't happen again!..



Do they text you or tell you in some way when your have reached your monthly minutes limit or just let you go over and carry on ?


I use a PAYG Favourite Places 500 free minutes deal with 02 and never know when I've got to 500.
#32
halfpenny
Do they text you or tell you in some way when your have reached your monthly minutes limit or just let you go over and carry on ?


I use a PAYG Favourite Places 500 free minutes deal with 02 and never know when I've got to 500.


Most phones have a built in call/data log. The E72 (and all S60 phones certainly have). I have mine set to only keep 30days logged. easy to tell your usage then.
#33
cibarious
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Takes all sorts and I thank people like yourself who are easily bored with their mobile, gives me a cheap source of good phones whenever I am forced to replace mine (about every 4 years).:thumbsup:[/SIZE]

you must have just discovered that mobiles take pictures not to worry four years time you will be the proud owner of an iphone :-D
#34
I am currently using E71, which i would rate as a best phone i have ever had. So if i wasn't still tied in to a contract, would have definetely bought this one. HOT Deal.
#35
halfpenny
Unlimited internet is never unlimited so what is it on this deal ??????

Are BuyMobilePhones a decent company to deal with ????


Unlimited Internet with T-mobile has a fair usage policy.

http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/services/uk/fairuse/#fup1
... *Internet on your phone comes with a fair use policy of 1GB a month. We’ll monitor how much you send and receive each calendar month so that we can protect our network for all our customers. If you use more than your fair use policy amount, we won’t charge you any more, but we may restrict how you can use your booster, depending on how often you go over your amount and by how much. If you remove your booster and then use internet on your phone you’ll automatically be charged our daily rate, see t-mobile.co.uk.


No idea what a "booster" is though.

BMP are OK, I took up a cashback deal and never had any problems with them.
#36
halfpenny
Do they text you or tell you in some way when your have reached your monthly minutes limit or just let you go over and carry on ?


I use a PAYG Favourite Places 500 free minutes deal with 02 and never know when I've got to 500.


Nope, wouldn't it be handy if they did!... You can call 150, if you remember, and it will tell you...

On other questions, I think internet is 3GB, loads really.

Also buymobilephones.net worked fine for me....
#37
verbnoun
Unlimited Internet with T-mobile has a fair usage policy.

http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/services/uk/fairuse/#fup1


No idea what a "booster" is though.

BMP are OK, I took up a cashback deal and never had any problems with them.


So unlimited is actually 1Gb a month.

Thanks for that.

I can't understand why they are allowed to advertise using the word unlimited.
#38
justingalore
Nope, wouldn't it be handy if they did!... You can call 150, if you remember, and it will tell you...

On other questions, I think internet is 3GB, loads really.

Also buymobilephones.net worked fine for me....



Well 3Gb would be better. :p
#39
Good deal. Does anyone know if it is locked or not?

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