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Great price for the Nokia Lumia 920. It is available instore at EE for £399.99 on pay as you go for Orange as long as you top-up £10. You also get a free wireless charger and free WESC headphones.
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Mark43#61
muckspreader1
more poontless boring posts for windows phones.Hkw many more do we have to see.

None. See what you can do is just ignore deals that don't interest you, just scroll on past. Honestly, nothing bad will happen, give it a try. Especially as they seem to upset you so much...
Mark43#62
Such a shame they did the exclusivity with this phone, if it was completely unlocked Nokia would probably have my money by now...
bigpappa#63
awayze
EE sucks though. Their 3G is slow and 4G isn't even as fast as 3's or Voda's 3G.
£400 for a phone that's nothing compared to iPhone 5 is expensive.

32gb Iphone 5 - £600

So what you get for £200 extra?

higher res screen
larger screen
super sensitive screen - can use with gloves
far superior camera
stereo speakers and recording
Gorilla glass screen
NFC
wireless charging
Covers more LTE bands
Nokia Maps - the best on a smartphone
Nokia Muscic - free music for a year

plus its £200 cheaper and you get a wireless charger and Headphones.

I think it's you with the overly expensive ornamental phone.
nindobz1#64
is this open line? Cant wait to have this sexy beast..
Monkey nuts 2#65
Kingston store said not available on pay as you go. :-(
metronome#66
Canary Wharf said it was PAYG but you must have the device for 3 months b4 Orange will bother to listen to you about an unlock...
abr#67
Can anyone using this on Virgin confirm if it uses DC-HSDPA? I think you'd see a H+ symbol at the top left of the screen next to signal strength.
imsraj#68
Can i ask how many people managed to get this phone on pay as go. Contacted most of the stores in manchester but none do pay as u go.
m00nie#69
WOW.. just looked for this, could only find it on the mentioned EE site, the contract prices are crazy.. 500mb £36 per month. whats the point in giving fast speeds with poor limits :s

cant even get 4g here till late next year apparently so would have preferred to get this on normal contract if possible??
choppergray#70
Glad i live in the middle east. Released 15th November
- Sim free, all networks, all colours, £399
MrC8880#71
Monkey nuts 2
Kingston store said not available on pay as you go. :-(
Which one? There's at least 3, 4 including the one in the Bentalls which is being refurbed.
eoulous#72
got 1 from leeds commencial street ee store.
jamesmadams#73
choppergray
Glad i live in the middle east. Released 15th November
- Sim free, all networks, all colours, £399
Lucky you :) is http://www.hotmiddleeastdeals.com registered i wonder...?
striker33 1 Like #74
abr
Can anyone using this on Virgin confirm if it uses DC-HSDPA? I think you'd see a H+ symbol at the top left of the screen next to signal strength.

It does not.

As far as I know, DC-HSDPA hasn't rolled out yet? And I'm fairly certain O2 will be the first to use it, if Apple are to be believed.

m00nie
WOW.. just looked for this, could only find it on the mentioned EE site, the contract prices are crazy.. 500mb £36 per month. whats the point in giving fast speeds with poor limits :s

cant even get 4g here till late next year apparently so would have preferred to get this on normal contract if possible??

You'd either have to get it PAYG like this deal, and take out a sim only contract with orange, buy it EE locked from phones 4 u and go with tmobile/orange/virgin, or if you are due an upgrade, try haggling with them over the phone.

Someone got it from Orange on contract, free phone, ultd texts, 750mb data, cant remember the minutes, free email, for £26 pm. Which isn't bad at all.
abr#75
striker33
abr
Can anyone using this on Virgin confirm if it uses DC-HSDPA? I think you'd see a H+ symbol at the top left of the screen next to signal strength.
It does not.As far as I know, DC-HSDPA hasn't rolled out yet? And I'm fairly certain O2 will be the first to use it, if Apple are to be believed.
I meant DC-HSPA, and according to http://www.engadget.com/2012/11/09/a-week-with-the-iphone-5-on-ee-the-uks-first-4g-network/, EE are expanding existing DC-HSPA coverage so I wondered if Virgin got access since it uses the EE network. Seems others have also rolled out or are in the process of doing so:
http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/15/o2-uk-rolls-out-42mbps-dc-hspa/
Personally this is much more attractive than 4G at the moment given EE's pricing for 4G.
choppergray#76
[/quote]Lucky you :) is http://www.hotmiddleeastdeals.com registered i wonder...?[/quote]
Now theres an idea!
striker33#77
abr
striker33
abr
Can anyone using this on Virgin confirm if it uses DC-HSDPA? I think you'd see a H+ symbol at the top left of the screen next to signal strength.
It does not.As far as I know, DC-HSDPA hasn't rolled out yet? And I'm fairly certain O2 will be the first to use it, if Apple are to be believed.
I meant DC-HSPA, and according to http://www.engadget.com/2012/11/09/a-week-with-the-iphone-5-on-ee-the-uks-first-4g-network/, EE are expanding existing DC-HSPA coverage so I wondered if Virgin got access since it uses the EE network. Seems others have also rolled out or are in the process of doing so:
http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/15/o2-uk-rolls-out-42mbps-dc-hspa/
Personally this is much more attractive than 4G at the moment given EE's pricing for 4G.

I haven't seen the + sign next to it. But I'm in the north east, so chances are they aren't planning on bringing it up here till 2015 anyway.

I have no idea if having '3G' selected has any effect on it though. I know AT&T in the US class the faster 3G band as '4G', so it may be the limiting factor at the moment.

I'll switch to '4G' and see if anything changes.

Also, why are we calling in 4G in the first place? I always thought it was LTE. So many confusing terms :p
markamericana#78
All the Liverpool EE stores had them in stock today on payg, all had sold their last one by 2pm
exStudent#79
Westfield Stratford City out of stock didn't know what I was going on about. Said its not on PAYG only contract.

Edited By: exStudent on Nov 13, 2012 18:54
striker33#80
exStudent
Westfield Stratford City out of stock didn't know what I was going on about. Said its not on PAYG only contract.

You should have pointed him to the little sign next to the phone that says PAYG £399 (_;)

(assuming they had the dummy models on display)

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