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Nokia N8 £25 / 24mths with Tesco Mobile £600.00

£600.00 @ Tesco Direct
Tesco mobile are offering pre order on the Nokia N8 with free phone, 24 months at £25 a month for 750 minutes, unlimited textx and unlimited internet plus 1000 clubcard points! http://top10.com/… Read More
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#1
I can't find it on the site but if it's as you say that's a cracking deal IMHO.
HH.
#2
very tempted with this
but very wary
after the n96
i felt guilty taking £150 from mazuma for the piece of junk
2 Likes #3
same phone fore 2 years no thanks what happened to the gd old 12 months contracts ... everyone should demand them back but no everyone signs up for 2 yrs wait til the 3 year contracts pfffffft crap
#4
Would never use a smart phone with Tesco, go over the "unlimited" internet and pay four quid a meg!
#5
Why would anyone ever buy a Nokia Smartphone ? N97 was a shameful, terrible phone for stupid money. Nokia might still have a large share of the market but its all legacy they havent made a competetive top end handset for years.

Apple with the Iphone take the top end users Android take the middle ground the likes of Nokia, Sony and Microsoft and the minors fight for the scraps thats the way it is movign forward.
#6
very attracted offer! Heat added
#7
i want i on o2 please! 720p hd video who needs a cam corder lol.

Edited By: paul176 on Oct 14, 2010 16:54: typo
#8
I've still got the N97 as a spare phone.

Must admit, was bad at first but got better with the updates.

But this is a good deal for nokia fans as long as you can put up with the same phone for 2 years.
#9
hahaha i phone best on the market i dont think so about 20 of my mates have had them all of them got rid of them as they all broke on them no more than 3 times NO THANKS
#10
I recommend reading reviews before purchasing this, since it could be a love or hate relationship with the device...
#11
omg, super HOT!!
#12
might be a good deal but you forgot to add unlimited minutes/unlimited text/unlimited internet/unlimited power/unlimited memory/unlimited everything subject to fair usage!!!!!
#13
you can get a similar type of deal on orange via phones4u.

if you count the quidco the phones4u deal comes to just over £25 a month but on 18month contract

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nokia-n8-black-orange-27-50-x-18-mt/776976/?page=2#post9585309
#14
alera

Apple with the Iphone take the top end users Android take the middle ground the likes of Nokia, Sony and Microsoft and the minors fight for the scraps thats the way it is movign forward.


The only sentence I would disagree more with would be "Jeremy Kyle is a wonderful human being".
#15
Great phone, been using it for a week now !
#16
only a fool would sign up for a phone for two years. ur better off waiting a week a going for the new htc mozart (widows phone 7)
#17
Terrible deal, cold. £600 in total, when you can get a HTC Desire HD with the best mobile OS for £539 on an eighteen month deal. Symbian is dead and Nokia is only good for low end dumbphones.
#18
cliche_guevara
Terrible deal, cold. £600 in total, when you can get a HTC Desire HD with the best mobile OS for £539 on an eighteen month deal. Symbian is dead and Nokia is only good for low end dumbphones.


I don't think that you have actually tried this phone out at all!
It has a new Symbian OS, which works much much better, and the phone is much stable and works great.
#19
cliche_guevara
Terrible deal, cold. £600 in total, when you can get a HTC Desire HD with the best mobile OS for £539 on an eighteen month deal. Symbian is dead and Nokia is only good for low
end dumbphones.
could not agree more when will these idiots realise that there are loads of decent phones around on 18 month contracts that are better than this kids phone. iphone 4 blackberry bold/torch samsung galaxy s all htc handsets with new ones on the way in the next few days. hey i know ill go and buy this useless handset on a two year contract for 25 quid a month! cold cold cold!
#20
ace101
cliche_guevara
Terrible deal, cold. £600 in total, when you can get a HTC Desire HD with the best mobile OS for £539 on an eighteen month deal. Symbian is dead and Nokia is only good for low end dumbphones.
I don't think that you have actually tried this phone out at all! It has a new Symbian OS, which works much much better, and the phone is much stable and works great.
please join the real world. symbian dont make me laugh!
#21
ritz123
ace101
cliche_guevara
Terrible deal, cold. £600 in total, when you can get a HTC Desire HD with the best mobile OS for £539 on an eighteen month deal. Symbian is dead and Nokia is only good for low end dumbphones.
I don't think that you have actually tried this phone out at all! It has a new Symbian OS, which works much much better, and the phone is much stable and works great.

please join the real world. symbian dont make me laugh!


Think you need to open your world.
#22
I do realise that this has the 'new' Symbian OS, if you've read any reviws at all you'd realise that it's outdated already and way behind the pack. Nokia are late to the smartphone party and there's no room left. the way I see it you have iOS for users who just want something that works and aren't bothered about customisation or freedom of software, Android for those who are a bit more clued up and like to tinker, or BB for business users and impressionable teens who think it's the only OS that has instant messaging. WM7 will struggle to make a dent on this, and Symbian is frankly a joke.
#23
lol i still have the n82 no problems i always use nokia!.
#24
I've been hanging fire for this to get released. I think I'll get Christmas out of the way first if my willpower holds out. IF...

2 years is a long tie in but finding a decent tariff under will be a bit of a wait. At least til Christmas or everyone starts slating the lack of erm. Well. Oh yes. A blinkin' iPhone sticker!
#25
paul176
lol i still have the n82 no problems i always use nokia!.


Yes, but you have also expressed in this thread that you believe a 720p mobile phone camera will be an adequate replacement for a standalone video camera, so I think you've shown your opinion to be invalid.
#26
Symbian^3 is not much of an upgrade over the previous Symbian OS v9.4, Series 60 rel. 5. I have a 5230 and it drives me nuts. I've got used to the apps on it. I keep it just because it does email properly on the home screen and Ovi Maps is quite useful and I think more featured than Google's Sat Nav app. Symbian is clunky and cumbersome. I bet if I tried IOS4 or Android I'd likely want to change phone, then again my phone is pretty much the lowest end of the smartphone market you can get.
#27
alera
Why would anyone ever buy a Nokia Smartphone ? N97 was a shameful, terrible phone for stupid money. Nokia might still have a large share of the market but its all legacy they havent made a competetive top end handset for years.

Apple with the Iphone take the top end users Android take the middle ground the likes of Nokia, Sony and Microsoft and the minors fight for the scraps thats the way it is movign forward.


Way to discredit your whole post with that last sentence.




Edited By: bigmo7 on Oct 14, 2010 02:36: .
#28
"Apple tak
alera
Why would anyone ever buy a Nokia Smartphone ? N97 was a shameful, terrible phone for stupid money. Nokia might still have a large share of the market but its all legacy they havent made a competetive top end handset for years. Apple with the Iphone take the top end users Android take the middle ground the likes of Nokia, Sony and Microsoft and the minors fight for the scraps thats the way it is movign forward.

Oh how we laughed!

Top end users....iPhone?
#29
paul176
i want i on o2 please! 720p hd video who need a cam corder lol

I do hope this is...

1. a joke

2. you have severe visual impairment and a tendency to daydream as this would be the only way to appreciate the appalling image quality of any smartphone camera and it's stuttery frame rate.

3. you haven't ever used a smartphone and only read specs.

Shame on you for any of the above, 1 isn't funny, 2 is unlikely and 3 is just annoying.
#30
robo989
paul176
i want i on o2 please! 720p hd video who need a cam corder lol


I do hope this is...

1. a joke

2. you have severe visual impairment and a tendency to daydream as this would be the only way to appreciate the appalling image quality of any smartphone camera and it's stuttery frame rate.

3. you haven't ever used a smartphone and only read specs.

Shame on you for any of the above, 1 isn't funny, 2 is unlikely and 3 is just annoying.


actually, if you look at videos done by the n8, youll find that it is quite a good camera and camcorder at that.
/watch?v=15gmyFu3Vns on youtube, and many others, show the n8's camera to be pretty much unrivalled in the smartphone market.

not that id get one, but credit where credit is due
#31
As i said before on previous N8-00 threads - the device is the best feature-wise out there right now, so it is v4m-vise. Camera, brilliant as it is, was a serious compromise which had not paid off unfortunately as N8’s price needs to be much closer to Galaxy/Desire to warrant its market place. (had N8-00 for the last two weeks/ reviewed it at length vs iP4/Galaxy/Desire/other Sony/LG crap)
#32
olmer
As i said before on previous N8-00 threads - the device is the best feature-wise out there right now, so it is v4m-vise. Camera, brilliant as it is, was a serious compromise which had not paid off unfortunately as N8’s price needs to be much closer to Galaxy/Desire to warrant its market place. (had N8-00 for the last two weeks/ reviewed it at length vs iP4/Galaxy/Desire/other Sony/LG crap)


Is your review published anywhere?
#33
The biggest downfall of this handset will be the operating system. All the reviews say the same thing better than the last version but still not that big a move forward from the the last os.
I owned an N97 and had no end of problems with it from running out of ram and thus hard reseting and starting from scratch to dropping calls and failing to recognise music stored on the internal memory.
I now own an htc legend and an iPhone and whilst neither of them are perfect, vie not had anywhere near as many problems as I had with the N97.

This review sums it up.
#34
Oh Nokia, where did it all go wrong?

Once they had the best phones on the market. Now, I wouldn't want one on a free contract.

Sorry, but I cannot vote anything Nokia hot........regardless of cheapness!
#35
i hate 24 months contracts , i would like to thank you hotuk deal who directed me fot 12 months sim only contract fot tenner no one can beat that t mobile is not that bad its getting better and better
#36
We should all keep away from 24 month deals. This only encourages networks to bring in longer contracts. If they have their way, soon the norm will be 36-month contracts.
#37
foulone
olmer
As i said before on previous N8-00 threads - the device is the best feature-wise out there right now, so it is v4m-vise. Camera, brilliant as it is, was a serious compromise which had not paid off unfortunately as N8’s price needs to be much closer to Galaxy/Desire to warrant its market place. (had N8-00 for the last two weeks/ reviewed it at length vs iP4/Galaxy/Desire/other Sony/LG crap)


Is your review published anywhere?



Only on a toilet wall at the Comedy Club


Edited By: gizmouk on Oct 14, 2010 08:19: .
#38
I have a neutral standpoint in brand loyalty on phone agreed since the n95 nokia have gone downhill but they really have brought things back, having used this phone I think people will be surprised as to how good it is, especially given the price. You would be hard pressed to get flagship at this price and tariff.
#39
Cold.... why, get this handset, and compare it to Android or even iphone software. Surely have Nokia not learnt a thing !
#40
Suggest changing title from £25 to £25 per month. Looks like £25 for a phone. Actual total cost is, of course, 24 x £25.

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