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Great cheap deal , can be used in emergency or gift to kids and elderly family members. A complete no nonsense simple phone for just 9£
Apologies if the deal is posted previously.
I have been using a Nokia for years. A no nonsense workhorse hard wearing, reliable,robust and practical
The Nokia 100 is a slim line mobile phone with a grey cover and black buttons. It features a colour screen and built-in FM radio so you listen to your favourite songs or radio station whilst on the move. This Nokia 100 model has talk time of 4 hours between charging, the extended battery life means you can chat or text for longer. With room for up to 500 entries in the phone book, you can store all your most important contacts. The ring and vibrate functions allow you to choose between your preferred ringing style and you can turn the mobile onto the vibrate setting when in meetings, the cinema or important events. This Nokia 100 is a great first phone and includes a number of handy features. Sign up to our free credit tariff and we will triple your credit on top-ups of £10, £15 and £20 each month. If you top-up £15 or more you can choose from a free text, minutes or data. Call 282 from your Tesco Mobile. Offer ends 30th November 2012, terms apply. Plus we'll give you triple Clubcard points for every £1 you top-up. Points are given for top-ups in Tesco stores, online or by calling 4444 from your Tesco mobile. Offer ends 1st January 2013.

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pranavjoshi108#1
unlocked or locked to tesco mobile?
MoqUL#2
Great deal, got one of those as a spare. It sounds horrible tho, but it works! :)
dfunked#3
Very tempted to get on of these as a spare festival phone... Any info on network locking/ease of unlocking?...
l33t-krew#5
AWFUL PHONE.

terrible quality phone calls, constantly dropping calls. Practically unusable.
gx3k#6
Got this phone and works perfectly. Long battery life too :)
WorldUK#7
Got this aswell ... at the moment does what has to , so no missing my SGS2 too much... partner has SGS3, ... i am sooooo old school :D
keithstruthers#8
What network
master10#9
pranavjoshi108
unlocked or locked to tesco mobile?

It's locked, these are costly to unlock aswell. There is a samung for £9 on their website aswell which is alot easier to unlock
master10#10
keithstruthers
What network

Tesco
richardryder3#11
nice cheep phone for the kids
tiredhorses 3 Likes #12
The most important question has been overlooked...

Does it have Snake or Snake II?
rowebin#13
dfunked
Very tempted to get on of these as a spare festival phone... Any info on network locking/ease of unlocking?...

Tesco had unlocked ones a few months ago for 15 quid, before that they were 10 quid, so have a look around and see if you could buy it unlocked. This is also my festavle phone, and I use it with the 99p Sim cards with 5 quid credit.
Mya1x#14
Well, it's pretty good just to keep in the kitchen draw for an emergency. Might have to go and get one myself. Do they have it in store?
:|
kooltariq#15
Great price!
jamesrandall96banned#16
l33t-krew
AWFUL PHONE.

terrible quality phone calls, constantly dropping calls. Practically unusable.

What the hell do you expect for 9 quid?
HankMcSpank#17
shakydaniel
Great cheap deal , can be used in emergency or gift to kids and elderly family members.

My elderly family member needs this type of TV remote control....

http://nickshell1983.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/super-sized-remote-control.jpg

so I think they might struggle with the Nokia 100 buttons.

Also, I'm not saying there's a constant whiff of pee involved, but if it's for my elderly family member, the phone should have a replaceable charcoal impregnated backing.





Edited By: HankMcSpank on Dec 12, 2012 14:20
FlappyPappy#18
I specifically went for this dumbphone as it has been rated as having exceptional signal strength, which it does. :)
veedubjai#19
tiredhorses
The most important question has been overlooked...Does it have Snake or Snake II?
No. That's old hat now. You can now get Snake Xenzia but think depends which country you from probably Asian model.

Preloaded games below for European Model:
Forbidden Treasures: Crap gfx. Forget it.
http://attach.sogi.com.tw/upload/201111/20111116113110326.JPGhttp://attach.sogi.com.tw/upload/201111/20111116113120435.JPG

Vacation Solitaire: Just like the early days of MS Solitaire if cards is your game.
http://freemarket.kiev.ua/images_desc/image/2011/7/13/Nokia%20X1-01%20/7_9.jpg

Sudoku: Catchy annoying tune startup but it's heavy on the green. OK game, worth a play if you like maths.
http://attach.sogi.com.tw/upload/201111/20111116113129389.JPGhttp://attach.sogi.com.tw/upload/201111/20111116113138078.JPG

Uses Nokia Symbian S30 OS software. Pics are a bit washed out than real.

Edited By: veedubjai on Dec 12, 2012 14:58
shakydaniel#20
hankyMcSpank, lol! that's a huge phone.
Tesco network is basically O2 signals so I guess they are good.
as said earlier, it's for emergency only and great for kids who just started their secondary school.
for under a tenner, nothing to moan about..

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