T-MOBILE NOKIA 6303 PAYG £52.98 delivered at Ebay Argos Outlet - HotUKDeals
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Seems like a lot of phone for the money and the cheapest I could find anywhere. Also available on O2 for £58.98.

Mobile phone features:
Candybar handset.
Up to 450 hours standby time.
Up to 420 mins talk time.
Internal memory 32MB.
Built-in 3.2MP camera with 8 x zoom.
Video capture and playback.
Colour screen.
Tri band.
Bluetooth.
WAP compatible.
Vibration alert.
FM radio.
MP3 player.
Size of handset H109, W46, D12mm.
Weight 96g.
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#1
ITEM NO: 360313502793

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Edited By: ian.online on Oct 25, 2010 23:32: :
#2
I have this phone, not worth the money.
#3
Psoleos
I have this phone, not worth the money.

Please expand.
Do you mean in terms of features or does it have specific failings ?
#4
I have constant problems of the phone turning itself off and freezing a lot, friend also has same phone with same problems. Camera is mediocre at best :/
#5
Oh well, looks like this one might get quite cold if people choose to vote on their opinion of the phone - as often happens - rather than whether it is a good deal for this model of phone.

Edited By: ian.online on Oct 25, 2010 23:47: :
#6
I have this phone, alright for this money, standard nokia quality Ive suffered no problems freezing good battery life & makes phone calls
#7
I wouldn't say anything about the phone, coz its really good. I've used this phone and I am using 6303i at the moment. Both of them are really good.
But regarding the price, I must say it is cold. One of the reasons being the listed phone is 6303 (not 6303i) and the other about unlocking the phone. They usually charge around £15 to get this phone unlocked.
#8
ian.online
Oh well, looks like this one might get quite cold if people choose to vote on their opinion of the phone - as often happens - rather than whether it is a good deal for this model of phone.

So if it's cheap but crap it must still be voted hot. I like this site because of the member feedback on products. Saves me wasting money.

Edited By: Geemac on Oct 26, 2010 06:46: x
#9
I've just got this phone and really like it
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Geemac
ian.online
Oh well, looks like this one might get quite cold if people choose to vote on their opinion of the phone - as often happens - rather than whether it is a good deal for this model of phone.


So if it's cheap but crap it must still be voted hot. I like this site because of the member feedback on products. Saves me wasting money.

Totally agree about member feedback - that's the whole point of a forum so that you can leave COMMENTS. But you can still leave a comment giving your opinion of a particular product without voting the DEAL either hot or cold. Using your argument, if this phone was only £10 you'd still vote it cold. People are often willing to buy products even with poor reviews if the price is right.

If this deal was £150 then it would be very cold because a) you could get it cheaper elsewhere, and b) there are similarly specced phones available for less.
Conversely, if this phone was only £10, surely it should be voted hot for the exact opposite reasons.
Using your argument, both of the above examples should be voted exactly the same, so the £150 phone would be the same temperature as the £10 phone because it's the same "crap" phone - how can this be helpful to someone who is searching for the best deal on this particular model of phone (regardless of whether or not the product itself is "crap"). It's still the same phone but it's the price that determines how good a deal it is and whether people choose to buy it (even if the product does have failings), or am I misunderstanding the heat system ?
To be fair, I'm not a particularly active member of the forum but I do visit it a lot. As I understand it, the way it should work is:
if a deal is good (in terms of the price of the same / similar products available elsewhere) then it should be voted HOT.
if a deal is bad, it should be voted COLD.
if a deal is average (ie available elsewhere for similar money) then it's neither hot or cold.
if someone has an opinion on how good a particular product is and whether they recommend others should buy it, they can LEAVE A COMMENT (you can still vote on whether the DEAL is hot or cold, or you can choose not to vote either way).

Certainly that's the way I vote on deals - am I doing it wrong ?
#11
Have had one of these for a while now, yes the camera wouldn't be fab but GREAT BATTERY life and sturdy little phone. I am more than pleased with it.
#12
I've been considering this Nokia for a while as a possible replacement for my SE C510, as it looks to be a similar sort of spec. I'm generally happy with my SE, but the only problem is the vibrate function is pretty weak so I can't feel it vibrate when it's in my pocket. Previous SE's I've had didn't suffer with this but I think it's something to do with the fact that phones are now slimmer than they used to be, which makes me think this Nokia could also suffer the same failing.
Could someone who has this phone possibly comment on what they think of the vibrate function. TIA.
#13
ian.online
Geemac
ian.online
Oh well, looks like this one might get quite cold if people choose to vote on their opinion of the phone - as often happens - rather than whether it is a good deal for this model of phone.

So if it's cheap but crap it must still be voted hot. I like this site because of the member feedback on products. Saves me wasting money.
Totally agree about member feedback - that's the whole point of a forum so that you can leave COMMENTS. But you can still leave a comment giving your opinion of a particular product without voting the DEAL either hot or cold. Using your argument, if this phone was only £10 you'd still vote it cold. People are often willing to buy products even with poor reviews if the price is right.

If this deal was £150 then it would be very cold because a) you could get it cheaper elsewhere, and b) there are similarly specced phones available for less.
Conversely, if this phone was only £10, surely it should be voted hot for the exact opposite reasons.
Using your argument, both of the above examples should be voted exactly the same, so the £150 phone would be the same temperature as the £10 phone because it's the same "crap" phone - how can this be helpful to someone who is searching for the best deal on this particular model of phone (regardless of whether or not the product itself is "crap"). It's still the same phone but it's the price that determines how good a deal it is and whether people choose to buy it (even if the product does have failings), or am I misunderstanding the heat system ?
To be fair, I'm not a particularly active member of the forum but I do visit it a lot. As I understand it, the way it should work is:
if a deal is good (in terms of the price of the same / similar products available elsewhere) then it should be voted HOT.
if a deal is bad, it should be voted COLD.
if a deal is average (ie available elsewhere for similar money) then it's neither hot or cold.
if someone has an opinion on how good a particular product is and whether they recommend others should buy it, they can LEAVE A COMMENT (you can still vote on whether the DEAL is hot or cold, or you can choose not to vote either way).

Certainly that's the way I vote on deals - am I doing it wrong ?

No You're not doing it wrong, I did not vote on this. Take a look at this deal and the comments.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/thomson-twin-tuner-250gb-recorder-5/785760#comments

Seems to be a bad product but its still hot
#14
I found the newer version of the 6303 to be quieter, not sure if this is the same with all of them..

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