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T-Mobile Nokia 5230 Mobile Phone.

This handset must be purchased with £10 airtime, this will automatically be added to your transaction in store.

Mobile phone features:

Premium features and a fashionable design.
Additional pink and silver covers included.
Free Sat Nav, Lonely Planet and Michelin guides for the lifetime of your phone.
Touch screen handset.
Up to 438 hours standby time.
Up to 258 mins talk time.
Internal memory 70MB.
HSDPA internet capability.
Takes up to 16GB microSD memory card.
Built-in 2 megapixel camera with 3 x zoom.
Video capture and playback.
262k colour screen.
Dual band.
Bluetooth.
WAP compatible.
Vibration alert.
FM radio.
MP3 player.
Size of handset H111, W52, D16mm.
Weight 113g.
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#1
Anyone suggest some fair use software so you can use the ovi nokia music unlimited mp3s on a decent mp3 player?

Edited By: m1chaels on Jan 15, 2011 22:08
#2
Do they actually have any anywhere, none near here.
#3
Out of stock in Glasgow area.
I'd recommend picking it up at a carphonewarehouse anyway, it might be a little more but it will be an unlocked phone. So you should be able to use your existing 3/vodaphone/orange/tmobile etc sim cards.
#4
@m1chaels, Nokia removed the DRM off Ovi Store tracks a while back so you actually keep them and can put them on everything...
#5
Would be nice but this is only the case for pay per track - with the ovi music unlimited that generally comes with this phone (not sure about this deal) you get all you can eat mp3s for 12 months but can only listen to them on 1 pc or the phone which doesn't have the battery life to be an mp3 player :(

Betas
@m1chaels, Nokia removed the DRM off Ovi Store tracks a while back so you actually keep them and can put them on everything...
#6
imdave
Out of stock in Glasgow area.I'd recommend picking it up at a carphonewarehouse anyway, it might be a little more but it will be an unlocked phone. So you should be able to use your existing 3/vodaphone/orange/tmobile etc sim cards.

It's not a 'little bit more' at CW, it's £89.95 just for the phone so £99.95 compared to the £59.99 of this deal.
#7
pot_belly
imdave
Out of stock in Glasgow area.I'd recommend picking it up at a carphonewarehouse anyway, it might be a little more but it will be an unlocked phone. So you should be able to use your existing 3/vodaphone/orange/tmobile etc sim cards.


It's not a 'little bit more' at CW, it's £89.95 just for the phone so £99.95 compared to the £59.99 of this deal.


if you have a payg sim registered to any network you can get the phone from cw without paying the £10 top up as it would be classed as an upgrade, done this before christmas on another phone.
i know that it still works out as £30 dearer but the phone is unlocked and some people might prefer that option
#8
m1chaels
Would be nice but this is only the case for pay per track - with the ovi music unlimited that generally comes with this phone (not sure about this deal) you get all you can eat mp3s for 12 months


This doesn't come with unlim mp3.

illy1965
i know that it still works out as £30 dearer but the phone is unlocked and some people might prefer that option


Can't imagine it costing 30 quid to get it unlocked somehow. However finding one in an argos seems unlikely.
#9
illy1965
i know that it still works out as £30 dearer but the phone is unlocked and some people might prefer that option


Can't imagine it costing 30 quid to get it unlocked somehow. However finding one in an argos seems unlikely.[/quote]



i very much doubt that it would cost that much to unlock as well, but some people might want their new phone without any network logo's on it

Edited By: illy1965 on Jan 16, 2011 18:55
#10
this has been out of stock in my area for months.

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