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Found this while browsing for a new contract. Never heard of the company before anyone know anything about them?


The Deal -
Vodafone
Free Nokia N97 Handset
£30 pm
300 Minutes
Unlimited texts (fair usage of 3000)
And unlimited internet (usually an extra £5)

Only drawback is that its a 24month contract but works out about £690 altogether

If you vote cold please give some input.

Thanks

P.s. £30 quidco aswell
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#1
This will probably go cold as it's a 24m contract. I'm not voting on it though.
#2
Agreed.
It seems most deals that are posted with a 24mnth contract go cold on here.
I can kinda see where theyre coming from but i wouldnt vote it cold, just not gonna vote either way.
Could always just buy a phone from fleabay after say 12 months if you did fancy a change.
#3
I have just been number crunching and was considering putting up my own deal....

How about the 5800 deal on here that works out as £20/m (after Quidco) 18m contract, 600 mins inc internet.

Flog 5800 (£150-£200 on fleabay or £113 on recycle sites) - assume £150.

Buy PAYG N97 on three and unlock - £369 (price from MSE - not searched for it)

Bung sim into N97 - works out as £32/m for 18m contract with lots of mins and internet.

Good or not? No stealing my glory if I'm onto something here!!
#4
24 months
96 weeks
730 days
17520 hours
1051200 minutes
63072000 seconds


its a long time wow.
banned#5
Handset doesnt get great reviews, wouldnt want to be stuck with any phone for 24 months either.
#6
honestly, this phone is rubbish.

get a nokia communicator, its more stable lol (note: in the box advising phone will randomly shutdown)
#7
da_murphster
I have just been number crunching and was considering putting up my own deal....

How about the 5800 deal on here that works out as £20/m (after Quidco) 18m contract, 600 mins inc internet.

Flog 5800 (£150-£200 on fleabay or £113 on recycle sites) - assume £150.

Buy PAYG N97 on three and unlock - £369 (price from MSE - not searched for it)

Bung sim into N97 - works out as £32/m for 18m contract with lots of mins and internet.

Good or not? No stealing my glory if I'm onto something here!!


Done similar number crunching.

£330 is it not from 3 store? Lets assume £370 from three.

Plus the current O2 deal with 800mins and 1600txts plus bolt on, with quidco £140 over 12 months.

So £510 with plenty of mins.
#8
never get a 24 month contract, phones don't last for 2 years... plus you will either break it or loose it by then...
#9
24 month contracts? no no no no
#10
I'm not going to vote either way as i personally would not sign up to a two contact, however Nokia do offer a two year warranty on all of their N series handsets.
#11
I have had my N80 for 4 years now... Seems to work for me.
#12
24month contract = Fail. Anyone else long for the days when 12months was long enough?

FYI: Mobiles2yourdoor have been around for years. Never used them myself tho.
#13
N20Y1D
Handset doesnt get great reviews, wouldnt want to be stuck with any phone for 24 months either.


How are you stuck with the phone for 24 months?

Logic = None
#14
roadrunner1
How are you stuck with the phone for 24 months?

Logic = None


Seemed a logical comment to me, but not you.
#15
kyalion
Seemed a logical comment to me, but not you.


wow

you never sold a contract phone b4? (serious)
#16
roadrunner1
wow

you never sold a contract phone b4? (serious)


Congratulations, you've sold a a contract phone, well done.

Not everyone sells them (I always sell mine), but I can appreciate that some people keep the phone for the length of the contract.

Stop posting random rubbish and add something constructive instead.
#17
does anyone know if the company is very good?
#18
climo
does anyone know if the company is very good?


What does it matter? Your contract will be direct with vodafone anyway, and Nokia will repair the phone if it becomes faulty.
#19
£720 over the 2 years and only 300 mins a month is a poor deal imo..
#20
imalwaysatwork
never get a 24 month contract, phones don't last for 2 years... plus you will either break it or loose it by then...


All Nokia's have a 2yr EU wide warranty ;-)
#21
Uridium
All Nokia's have a 2yr EU wide warranty ;-)


Do you trust a warranty that comes with the phone.

When the phone comes with a warning "THIS PHONE MAY RESTART AT RANDOM INTERVALS"

:-)
#22
rash
Congratulations, you've sold a a contract phone, well done.

Not everyone sells them (I always sell mine), but I can appreciate that some people keep the phone for the length of the contract.

Stop posting random rubbish and add something constructive instead.


Like you?

Saying your stuck with this phone for 2 years is not true, unless you want to be :roll:
#23
How soon/long is it before you are allowed to change your tariff? For instance could I get this, then 6 months later change it to their cheapest tariff that will allow internet?

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