Samsung C3050 With Free Speakers Virgin Mobile PAYG £29.30 + £10.00 Credit (Free Delivery) @ Dial A Phone - HotUKDeals
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The C3050 is the latest mid range phone from Samsung that offers a great range of features at a competitive price. The classic slide design is just 14.9mm thick and has a clear 2" screen. The phone features a VGA digital camera, MP3 player and a built in FM radio. It features both bluetooth and USB connectivity and has GPRS for faster data downloads. The phone also has a microSD memory card slot that will accept cards up to 8GB so you'll have plenty of room for all your music and pictures. In addition to all this the C3050 on Virgin Mobile is supplied with free speakers and a chance to enter Virgin Mobiles amazing V Festival where you could win the ultimate V Festival experience for yourself and 5 mates, details of how to enter the competition can be found on the in-box leaflet.
Free Speakers!
Built-in Digital Camera
Music Player
Chance to Enter V Festival Competition
12 Month Warranty
RRP conditional with £10 Airtime
Quad Band
VGA Camera
MP3 player
FM Radio
microSD Card Slot (TransFlash) (up to 8GB)
Messaging: SMS, MMS
Vibrating alert
Polyphonic Ringtones
Personal organiser
Dimensions: 97 x 47.3 x 14.9 mm
Standby Time: Up to 340hrs
Talk Time: Up to 8hrs
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I bought one of these recently, actually paid £16 but with the o2 previous customer/top up discounts.. think it was just under £40.

It is really basic, the battery life doesn't live up to the figures but that is to be expected. someone donated a battery from a toco which although is slightly thicker, fits with a push. I get close to those figures now on a full charge.

The games aren't actually free to use, you have to pay £5 for each one which annoyed me greatly as I like have something to play in times of desperation. You also need to be in a good signal area to use them.. but you don't pay anything on top of the £5.

Otherwise it is a good phone for simple phone.. txt.. taking an occasional awful quality picture.
Credit on 10.00 plz

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