NOKIA N95 (Vodafone)Anytime 500 + 250 Text + Stop the Clock £35/Month 12 Month Tariff - HotUKDeals
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I've just ordered this phone from them as its a good bit cheaper than anywhere else I can find

Please be gentle with me as its my first deal

Hope it helps somebody

POSSIBLY THE LOWEST N95 PRICE ON THE WEB! - The new Nokia N95 simply has it all, other than a supplied memory card, so we`ve included a FREE 1GB microSD card when you connect to Vodafone to store all those photos you`ll be snapping with the 5 megapixel Carl Zeiss Tessar 10x digital zoom lense. There`s an integrated red-eye flash plus shoot DVD qualtity MPEG4 video at 30 frames per second, then sit-back and enjoy your handywork on your television with TV out. Slide the phone to reveal dedicated music keys and store up to 50 CD`s with your FREE 1GB microSD memory card. Slide the other way to reveal the full keypad and make quad-band calls on 5 continents. The Nokia N95 has Bluetooth, High Speed HSDPA mobile data transfer, and WiFi 802.11 connectivity to allow you to get online via compatible wireless networks. The Nokia N95 comes pre-installed with `Maps` Nokia`s GPS Mapping location software which will show your location and find local points of interest and services. Maps is also fully upgradable via download to a full 3D Sat Nav with voice direction to your choosen destination. Without doubt the most technically advanced mobile phone to date.
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#1
Didn't know what to put for price as the phone is free but obviously on a contract if a mod could advise me

Thanks
#2
seems like a very good deal, any reason why its been voted cold?
#3
It's a very good price, I have'nt used this company before if anyone else has please leave feedback, just a note as well I cant see a contact phone number on the website.
#4
I would suggest £350(mebbes) as the price? As that is the contract cost?
#5
BIG warning: The N95 firmware is quite crucially restricted/changed on vodafone AFAIK....
#6
Have lots of heat from me :)
#7
They dont support number porting which sucks as I'm due for an upgrade. Been using a mates N95 for a week and it really is a brilliant phone but I wouldnt want to pay more than this max anywhere else
#8
Sorry contract cost is £420 :P
#9
Good deal. Every other contract ive come across requires ~£50+ contract, especially on a 12 month contract. People will still pay a little extra for the early adoption though, like anything i guess.

Heat added!
#10
This is excellent deal, cheapest ive seen it, also the best mobile network for customer service heat given :thumbsup:
#11
this works out at £630

http://phones4u.co.uk/shop/shop_contract_details.asp?ItemKey=160738&MPItemKey=165478

total for this one is £529.95 - £60 quidco cashback total £469.95

Edit sorry wrong its only 12 months not 18 so this is the best deal only £420 good find
#12
This handset is MEGA, had a play with one today! Local shop has them for £400 sim free :w00t:
#13
MrShed
BIG warning: The N95 firmware is quite crucially restricted/changed on vodafone AFAIK....


What do you mean? - could you elaborate a bit more?? or point me to a site with more info?
#14
jack1974uk
They dont support number porting which sucks as I'm due for an upgrade. Been using a mates N95 for a week and it really is a brilliant phone but I wouldnt want to pay more than this max anywhere else


Number porting (as long as you are out of contract) is a legal obligation on the part of the network...:whistling:
#15
jack1974uk
seems like a very good deal, any reason why its been voted cold?


I see this often. How can you tell that it has been voted cold??
#16
neilmonk
I see this often. How can you tell that it has been voted cold??


At the very start it would have been in minus numbers, until others warmed it up...
#17
fooking hell, thios is the hottest deal I've seen on here in months!
#18
Any feedback on the seller yet? Is it on duckmagicuk2 list of retailers?
#19
Looks like a very good deal. The N95 is an amazing phone and to get it for this price on a 12 month contract is a bargain in my opinion
#20
I agree very good deal for this phone considering most contracts on £35 youd have to pay £90 plus for this phone.

Been looking for a deal on this phone for awhile, very tempted! Why wont 3 release it :(
#21
This site does it free on Orange if ppl prefer them, but its 18 months line rental 7 months half price tho or free ipod shuffle or free printer and £25 quidco!!!!

http://www.mobiles.co.uk/orange-nokia-n95.html#MobilePhoneTariffs
#22
3 told me they are releasing it in the next couple of weeks.
#23
OrangeJuice
Number porting (as long as you are out of contract) is a legal obligation on the part of the network...:whistling:


from what i understand the retailer doesnt support it, even though the network offers it to them. Ive seen some etailers not support porting usually to Vodaphone

Taken from this website

'All of our new connection deals advertised on the site are based on receiving a new mobile number from the network provider. We are currently unable to transfer your existing mobile number to these new deals. If you are looking to upgrade your mobile phone with Vodafone and are at the end of your contract period then you can see all of our upgrade deals at the following link: etc etc '
#24
jack1974uk
from what i understand the retailer doesnt support it, even though the network offers it to them. Ive seen some etailers not support porting usually to Vodaphone

Taken from this website

'All of our new connection deals advertised on the site are based on receiving a new mobile number from the network provider. We are currently unable to transfer your existing mobile number to these new deals. If you are looking to upgrade your mobile phone with Vodafone and are at the end of your contract period then you can see all of our upgrade deals at the following link: etc etc '


In that case this is a no go for me :(

Need to keep my moby number.
#25
There is a consumer tariff refresh happening mid June and there'll be some even better deals on this phone.
#26
MrShed
BIG warning: The N95 firmware is quite crucially restricted/changed on vodafone AFAIK....


It is true that some networks, (Vodafone and Orange I think) cripple certain features, notably VOIP on this handset. However it is extremely easy to change the product code and reflash the firmware to a nokia generic euro code.

I was new to it all but managed to debrand and get rid of all the vodafone crap update the firmware, and get the phone as nokia intended.
#27
What do you wnt the phone for?

Just a warning. Most of the great features of the N95 require web access (including email, great web browsing, GPS and many third party apps like mobizines, widsets, gmaps etc). Without a good web package the use of the phone can become very expensive. I understand that without a package on Vodafone the costs are a couple of pounds per MB, compare that to deals on t-mobile and "3" when available and you might think again.
#28
Does the Gps sat nav cost then? i thought if you had the maps on the sd card to use the sat nav would be free? why would it need internet access? just wanted to check that it is free once you have the maps on the sd card as thats the main reason ill be buying this phone
Regards
J
#29
jsansom
Does the Gps sat nav cost then? i thought if you had the maps on the sd card to use the sat nav would be free? why would it need internet access? just wanted to check that it is free once you have the maps on the sd card as thats the main reason ill be buying this phone
Regards
J

Yes once you have the maps on your sd card its free - unless you want voice directions telling you when to turn etc - thats extra £
#30
This might be a daft question, but can you use a TomTom sd card in the phone
#31
The satnav application hooks into 3g/GPRS whenever you run it, that is where it gets it mapping data. It does cache the maps, but it always seems to be active on the net whenever I run the satnav (also, it takes an AGE to lock onto a position).

After living with this phone for a few weeks, the only major problem is battery life. Play with the toys, and it spends a lot of its time hooked up to the charger.
#32
I am tempted by this phone but two things put me off... one was the VOIP restriction imposed by Orange and Vodaphone although an earlier poster says that can be overcome. The other is that this phone is so powerful and versatile the battery life suffers, needing recharging every other day. That can quickly become a major pain. Oh and of course the fact that I am skint doesn't help...
#33
Every other day? I should be so lucky; mine goes on charge every night or I dont make it through the next day.

Play with the satnav, TV out or any other goodness, and its game over.

They should put bigger batteries in these power-hog phones.
#34
Captain Kak
This might be a daft question, but can you use a TomTom sd card in the phone


No because this phone doesnt take an SD card. But you can put TomTom on a microSD card and this fone will take it, so Ive been told. You need to use external GPS tho as inbuilt one doesnt work with TomTom (not yet anyway).
#35
they've restricted the gps to nokia's own software??? that was a big draw to this phone for me..shame. funny how people have different experiences, someone said earlier that vodafone are the best for customer service, I've never experienced a worse company for customer service and it was such a relief when I finally left.

as someone said the product code can be chaged via an app called nss which then enables you to update the phone using nokia's own software updater to the latest software. (not sure how easy it is to change back or if you would need to if you ever had to return under warranty though)....and battery will suck.
#36
turbocat
What do you mean? - could you elaborate a bit more?? or point me to a site with more info?


Yes - basically some of the features enabled as default by nokia are disabled or changed by vodafone. The main one that springs to mind is VoIP. You *should* be able, with a bit of tweaking, to flash the firmware, but this does invalidate your warranty, and can be risky.
#37
I got mine from Vodafone site using quidco cost £100 for phone and got £82 quidco cash back so effectively £18 for the phone on a £27 a month contract that is half price £13.50 for 6 months. That includes 500mins and 200 texts approx on 18mth contract.

Not a bad spot as most phone places will only let you have it on a high tariff
#38
Very interested. Almost ordered but got cold feet.

I am sure if I get my PAK number and phone voda they could handle a t-mobile port (out of contract)

What put me off.
I think its a mis print. Do Voda do stop the clock on 12 month contracts- dont think so!!!

I use Voip a lot dor IDD and having it disabled is annoying. I know new nokias update over the web from nokia site, surely this does not void warranty, which is 2 years from nokia.
#39
fungus
they've restricted the gps to nokia's own software???

Not quite. You can use Tom Tom, Route 66 etc. with a BlueTooth GPS, you just cannot use them yet with the internal NOKIA GPS. I know that Tom Tom are working on a version which will utilise the GPS. In the interim I'm using my external BT GPS with the symbian S60 V3 version of Tom Tom :)
#40
TINK1979
I got mine from Vodafone site using quidco cost £100 for phone and got £82 quidco cash back so effectively £18 for the phone on a £27 a month contract that is half price £13.50 for 6 months. That includes 500mins and 200 texts approx on 18mth contract.

Not a bad spot as most phone places will only let you have it on a high tariff


I posted this deal the other day and i too was going to get this one. However, I thought id pop into a high st phone shop see what they could offer, not expecting them to come close!

Well after a little discussion we cracked out the following deal! He could only do this on an upgrade apparently.

Free N95

£50 a month for the first month - then I go back in and he can downgrade it to any tariff (this is the bit i was cautious of but he told me they been doing it for a while now) - I will go for the £25 one, still a bit weiry about this so if anyone knows or as had similar let me know, apparently this is only open to upgrades.

I stated my concerns about a vodafone branded phone with firmware etc and explained id flash it with generic but it would void warranty. With that he was out of his chair and brought in the last generic N95 unbranded straight from nokia and said you can have this one sir, next issue!

after more discussion he turned and said take it now and ill do £100 cash back.

I did and i got 100 notes back there and then and a unbranded nokia n95, unlocked too! - and get to keep my own number bonus!

just hope he was me about downgrading the tariff after a month as i dont wanna be stuck on 50 a month - but he seemed so confident about it even phoned a lady at voda who confirmed it at the time and the manager in the store did too.

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