Nokia X6 32GB (Blue) - now FREE on a choice of 12 month Orange £35/month contracts @ e2save.com - HotUKDeals
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e2save.com have the new Nokia X6 (32GB) in BLUE for FREE when you take out a £35-per-month Orange Dolphin 35 or Orange Racoon 35. Delivery is free of charge.

Racoon 35 gives you 200 any time any network minutes, 200 UK landline minutes and 300 text messages per month. Dolphin 35 gives you 400 any time any network minutes and 500 text messages per month. Both tariffs are charged at £35 per month for the full 12 months.

The Nokia X6 mobile phone could possibly be the ultimate entertainment mobile experience. Have thousands of music tracks, countless video clips and stunning photos, literally at your fingertips with the 3.2 TFT touchscreen! The Nokia X6 contains a mammoth 32GB of internal memory, so storing a vast multimedia library is easy. Keep your eyes peeled for this release from Nokia, its set to be one of the most exciting mobile phones of the year!

£50 quidco / £46 topcashback!
- deeppockets
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#1
What about data charges ?
#2
Looks like a good deal

No cashback redemption + Only 12 months contract!

Voted Hot
#3
Does anybody know if this phone can be used on 3 network? Thanks in advance.

Edited to add: I'm looking into buying a sim-free X6. I want to use 3's PAYG sim to get the free Skype.
#4
This would also be a comes with music handset, which means you can download unlimited music from the nokia music store for one year, but the music will be yours to keep forever. Good deal. :thumbsup:
#5
dont forget cashback deals:
£50 quidco / £46 topcashback!
#6
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#7
is this fone anyone good? compared to n97 or n900.
#8
Decent deal, only thing is symbian s60 v5 is so outdated now compared to android and even winmo. Anyone considering this also look at the Sony Ericsson satio which uses similar OS therefore has same apps but proper good camera.
#9
DE4L3R
is this fone anyone good? compared to n97 or n900.


N97 has been an awful phone in my experience, far happier with the HTC Hero!
#10
Does anyone know if e2save phones come unlocked?
#11
Bryan839
This would also be a comes with music handset, which means you can download unlimited music from the nokia music store for one year, but the music will be yours to keep forever.

That's usually an optional feature and this deal doesn't appear to come with it. It's called 'Comes With Music' and this appears to Come Without Music. :)
#12
i dont know why nokia still love using old symbian , i know they own it but its time to move on .


it needs a big update or new os ,like android


im loving my samsung galaxy portal aka spica from t mobile for £15 , 300 mins 300 text
free internet and free land line calls in uk and its the new samsung android phone

and its £10 a month cheaper than the orange deal at £25
#13
vitaminjayz
i dont know why nokia still love using old symbian , i know they own it but its time to move on .

it needs a big update or new os ,like android


Guess you haven't been reading tech news lately, more specifically, Nokia's MWC press events...

Not everyone needs or wants a high-tech next-gen smartphone, this will sell in the millions worldwide as did the "failed" 5800 and N97 no doubt. Especially at this price on 12 months contract, will appeal to many, nice find op!
#14
vitaminjayz
im loving my samsung galaxy portal aka spica from t mobile for £15 , 300 mins 300 text free internet and free land line calls in uk and its the new samsung android phone and its £10 a month cheaper than the orange deal at £25

But isn’t that a 24 month deal and you paid for the phone so not exactly comparable.
It was a great deal though. :thumbsup:
#15
Agharta
But isn’t that a 24 month deal and you paid for the phone so not exactly comparable.
It was a great deal though. :thumbsup:



i dont think this is as good deal as you think its only 200 mins 200 land line and 300 txts on the deal advertised


also the £10 a month saved out weigh the £36 i paid . hell i paid £220 for an iphone and my samsung i5700 is way better than any iphone for cheaper

yes there are other tarrifs ,but still an old phone at the end of the day and are people realy gona spend £35 a month on old phone
when they can get either an iphone 3gs or an htc hero or hd2 for the same price or any of the new android phones due out .

i had an nokia n95 and to be honest it was rubbish , the slider fell apart and ive lost faith in nokia phones once again .

twice now spose to be top nokia phone when it came out and they was both rubbish .

does any one remmember the nokia 8310 , well i had four of them in the end all with problems .

in the end i went for an lg which was better sad to say .

i think best nokia phone ive had was a 5800 which my dad still has.

i do feel nokia are playing catch up and the phones are not as good as they used to be .



it dont matter if its 24 months ,you plan on moving to the moon do you and not using ur mobile 6 months after 18 months .


and as for paying for my mobile i dont think £36 is much to worry about for an android phone .


some people (not me any more ) spend £36 on night out down the pub

hell i know people that spend £200 on a night out so £36 is nothing realy
#16
vitaminjayz
god theres always one thats got to find a negative

I guess you missed the bit where I said it was a great deal; I was referring to the Android deal hence the use of the past tense.

vitaminjayz
it dont matter if its 24 months ,you plan on moving to the moon do you and not using ur mobile 6 months after 18 months.

This is for 12 months so the difference is 12 months not 6 but who cares, they both seem great deals to me although the Android deal that you took seems hotter to me.
I was simply saying that you weren’t comparing like for like so keep your hair on. :p
#17
Agharta
I guess you missed the bit where I said it was a great deal! :thinking:


This is for 12 months so the difference is 12 months not 6 but who cares, they both seem great deals to me although the Android deal that you took seems hotter to me.
I was simply saying that you weren’t comparing like for like so keep your hair on. :p


its just nokia phones dont do it for me any more ,and seem to be better deals out there ,if people can be bothered to look around .


i also like to go into the mobile shop as i had problem with online contracts ,and my wife got given 2 contracts when she only wanted one ,had bad time trying to cancel one of them .


and that was phones4u so not small company

i know e2save is carphoneware house ,but still happends
#18
god cant beleive



people pay these prices

£30 a month plus £125 for phone 150 mins 250 txts and 24 months


http://shopping.e2save.com/custom/iphone?s=ln
#19
Am I blind or did this sell out really quickly? Website only has in it RED not Blue.
Phoned e2save, confirmed it comes unlocked but they do not know about 'Nokia comes with music'.
#20
Agharta
That's usually an optional feature and this deal doesn't appear to come with it. It's called 'Comes With Music' and this appears to Come Without Music. :)


musicman89
Am I blind or did this sell out really quickly? Website only has in it RED not Blue.
Phoned e2save, confirmed it comes unlocked but they do not know about 'Nokia comes with music'.


The 32GB version, only comes bundled with comes with music, there are no other SKU's for this model that doesnt include the CWM 12 Month service. If someone can clarify that has had a delivery from e2save, the CPW group of companies, that would be great.
#21
Bryan839
The 32GB version, only comes bundled with comes with music, there are no other SKU's for this model that doesnt include the CWM 12 Month service.

Are you basing that on what Nokia sell on their website as PAYG?
I'm not saying you are wrong but hardly anybody has it on contract so maybe it's too early to say if it'll be available without CWM on contract.
#22
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