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only £30 per month 600 minutes + Unlimited Texts with Vodafone Passport 24 mth contract with 6 months half price line rental basicly £90 cashback plus quidco cashback of £50. and for people like my missus who talk alot you can also get 1200 minutes for 40 per month with 12 months half price making it work out at £30 per month
top deal for £500 quid phone
The Nokia N900 is a powerful smartphone running the Linux based Maemo OS. Featuring a vivid 3.5 inch WVGA touchscreen display, the N900 also features a slide out QWERTY keyboard which aids messaging and web browsing. Maemo 5 supports multi tasking and can easily switch between and close programs from the dashboard. The N900 with Maemo lets you customise the home screen with widgets, shortcuts and new apps. The N900 also features a 5.0 Megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens and Dual LED Flash, HSDPA and Wi-Fi, built in GPS and 32GB of internal memory
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#2
sunpreet
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Mind its a 24 month contract but still looks ok if you are after the phone
#3
Vodafone's data bundle sucks - only 500MB/month. To upgrade to 3GB/month (like T-mobile's "Web n' Walk") it's an extra £15/month.

If I get an N900, I'll be waiting for T-mobile to pick it up, or buy it sim-free and use it with T-mobile.
#4
cowbutt
Vodafone's data bundle sucks - only 500MB/month. To upgrade to 3GB/month (like T-mobile's "Web n' Walk") it's an extra £15/month.

If I get an N900, I'll be waiting for T-mobile to pick it up, or buy it sim-free and use it with T-mobile.


I used to be on 3's 1gb allowance. I recently went over to orange who have the same lame 500mb allowance and thought it wasnt going to be enough.

I'm a heavy internet user and I've found it hard to even go over the half way mark!!

Unless you're downloading songs/watching a lot of youtube, you should be ok no?
#5
More and more mobiles have these widgets and apps that use the net and data to pull in information - things like Facebook, weather, news, rss feeds, email

I imagine if these apps run everyday, all day, the amount of data used will go up pretty fast! Then, on top of that, if you start watching iPlayer via your mobile connection (as opposed to wifi), I think 1GB will start to look less and less
#6
solid
More and more mobiles have these widgets and apps that use the net and data to pull in information - things like Facebook, weather, news, rss feeds, email

I imagine if these apps run everyday, all day, the amount of data used will go up pretty fast! Then, on top of that, if you start watching iPlayer via your mobile connection (as opposed to wifi), I think 1GB will start to look less and less


My thoughts exactly. Most of the 24/7 applications have fairly lightweight protocols, but it all adds up. Also, even 'simple' web pages are getting bigger - due to images and JavaScript code to implement fancy UI features. Furthermore, given that the N900 is a full Linux computer, I'd expect to use it accordingly (bar downloading ISOs/P2P, at least).
#7
Very good review here

It's a bit hit and miss.
#8
a shame the trend for higher end phones is 24 months now, thats a long time.
#9
element54
a shame the trend for higher end phones is 24 months now, thats a long time.


Depends whether the tariff is a good deal or not; when I was pricing up pre-ordering an N900 on T-mobile, the cost over 18 months was something like £1.66 a month extra (for 300 minutes/300 texts/3GB) over the cost of buying the thing SIM-free for £500.
#10
cowbutt - where did you find your tmobile deal? I've just ordered sim-free from nokia (effective cost should be 360, some saying 395). But I pay £10/month for data/minutes/textx on 3. Overall a good price, and flexible, but your tmobile option sounds good to.

I have a few hours in which I *could* cancel.
#11
superb phone, if you have used linux this is the phone for you, torrent app, koffice coming soon, superb multitasking, vpn, vnc, rdp, tonnes of apps, although they are mostly beta.

had mine for about 4 weeks, had n770, n800 and N810 before. its not the recent nokia crap like n96, 5800, n97 etc. this puts iphone to shame
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cowbutt
Vodafone's data bundle sucks - only 500MB/month. To upgrade to 3GB/month (like T-mobile's "Web n' Walk") it's an extra £15/month.

If I get an N900, I'll be waiting for T-mobile to pick it up, or buy it sim-free and use it with T-mobile.


its unlimited but fair usage of 500, this is rubbish but they cant charge you if you go more, i cant understang how the iphone package which is not unlimited gets 1gb, while the unlimited is 500mb:?

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