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Refurb Nokia 5800 T-Mobile £139.94 Delivered!!@ Bargain Crazy

£139.94 @ Bargain Crazy
Thanks @millarcat for code and @remote_shopping and @elflembo for bringing this to attention. Get 20% off usual price of £169.99 making this phone £139.94 delivered. Today only using code WTWEN13 …
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Thanks @millarcat for code and @remote_shopping and @elflembo for bringing this to attention.

Get 20% off usual price of £169.99 making this phone £139.94 delivered.
Today only using code WTWEN13 as below.

Does NOT state anywhere on page that it is a refurb. However, tab on top is for refurb electricals.

Great phone .. hasn't been this price for a looong while now.
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#1
Coming up as T-Mobile , BUT GREAT find !?
#2
just in the process of getting mine fixed. seems there is an inherent problem with the phone switching off due to poor contacts with the battery. Not sure how wide spread this problem is, so just a heads ups especially as this is a refurb.

cracking price for a great phone though!!
#3
Quick Update:
Dont know how much longer this will last but the codes:
WTWEN13 - for 20% off
W20OFF50 - £20 off orders over £50
Both alive and seem to be working even now.
#4
3% Quidco
#5
It is open box, not sure it is very cheap becouse it comes locked to t-mobile network, on ebay you can get cheaper unlocked but it is going to be slightly more use...
#6
Cheap as chips now but dont buy one its a pile of crap
#7
Been using one for two months now, great phone apart from the GPS reception being pretty poor. Not had the phone switching off issue as noted above. Although getting it unlocked was costly at £15, couldn't find a cheaper way at the time.
#8
i have had this phone since launch, its not a bad phone but be warned their are numerous problems with it. inc casing issues and the screen sometimes goes a bit mental (its hard to describe until you see it happen yourself)
#9
These guys will do a postal unlcock for £7.99. I've used them before they are genuine and had the phone returned unlocked and debranded within 48 hours.

eBay item 140329733197

However considering this phone is brand new and £10 cheaper, plus an 5% RAC discount, on Play.com then this deal is COLD for me.
banned#10
cruisecars
Cheap as chips now but dont buy one its a pile of crap
Hhahaha:thumbsup:
#11
Get the new firmware that came out a few days ago, and the phone is very fast, smooth and virtually bug free, I've not seen any, it's a very good phone.
#12
Taksim_Red;6367164
However considering this phone is brand new and £10 cheaper, plus an 5% RAC discount, on Play.com......

Am I missing something, the cheapest I can see is £159.99.....?
#13
Stompa
Am I missing something, the cheapest I can see is £159.99.....?


Yes, Bargain Crazy's list price was £169.99 whereas Play.com's list price was £159.99 - that's £10 difference mate!

Play offer a 5% RAC discount whereas BC offered a 20% discount. For the sake of a few quid difference it makes sense to buy a brand new one instead.
#14
Taksim_Red;6371278
Yes, Bargain Crazy's list price was £169.99 whereas Play.com's list price was £159.99 - that's £10 difference mate!
Play offer a 5% RAC discount whereas BC offered a 20% discount. For the sake of a few quid difference it makes sense to buy a brand new one instead.

Ah OK thanks, I see what you mean. So an extra £12 at play for a new one.
#15
Stompa
Ah OK thanks, I see what you mean. So an extra £12 at play for a new one.


Yeah that's right. Initially I thought the £139.94 price was before the 20% discount, rather than after, which would have made it £112. At that price it would have been worth buying a refurb.

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