**TOP PHONE** Nokia N97 - 800 mins,18 months,39pm,also available on 12month contracts £39.14 @ MobilePhonesDirect - HotUKDeals
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**TOP PHONE** Nokia N97 - 800 mins,18 months,39pm,also available on 12month contracts £39.14 @ MobilePhonesDirect

£39.14 @ MobilePhones Direct
Cracking piece of kit - Easy text input with QWERTY keyboard and 3.5 inch sliding tilt touch screen. - Integrated A-GPS and electronic compass, the N97 intuitively knows where it is. - Download a…
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Cracking piece of kit

- Easy text input with QWERTY keyboard and 3.5 inch sliding tilt touch screen.
- Integrated A-GPS and electronic compass, the N97 intuitively knows where it is.
- Download and watch high-quality video on the large 3.5 inch 16:9 widescreen
- Massive - 32 GB of on-board memory, expandable to 48GB with a 16GB microSD card.

LIMITED STOCK - ORDER NOW

Two offers that caught my attention

Offer 1
TMobile - £39.15 pm for 18 months, Phone is free, you get 800 mins, unlimited texts, unlimited mobile web

Offer 2
TMobile - £39.15 pm for 12 months, Phone is a £102.99, you get 500 mins, 375 texts and unlimited mobile web, this works out to £570 which is about the same as a PAYG handset

There is another cracking deal with the same retailer on HTC Touch Pro2, I am not sure how this compares with it

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/408137/htc-touch-pro-2-18-months-700-minut

N97:
TMobile Combi 35 12month Contract £102.99 upfront + 12x£39.15 = £102.99+£469.68 = 572.67
TMobile Combi 35 18month Contract FREE + 18x£39.15 = £704.70

This phone is available for £450ish sim free.

So up to you to decide if you think it's worth it
- schizoboy
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#1
http://dailymobile.se/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/nokia-n97-white-qwerty.jpg
#2
Is this phone exclusive to T-Mobile or will it appear on 3 Mobile in the near future? Really like the phone, but can't upgrade 'till September, was hoping 3 might have the phone by then.

EDIT: Looks like it's also available of Vodafone so maybe 3 will get it further down the line.
#3
I can't upgrade till next march :(

so i'm stuck with this **** N96 :(
#4
Can't wait for this phone to come out, and I'm sure there will be better deals than this when it does
#5
This looks great. I'm hoping for some good deals when my upgrade comes around in July / August
#6
"LIMITED STOCK"

Yeah very limited it's not even out until end of July. ;-)
#7
trog0
"LIMITED STOCK"

Yeah very limited it's not even out until end of July. ;-)


Actually the release date is 19th June.

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/news.phtml/24492/nokia-n97-gets-release-date.phtml
#8


I read an article somewhere that the world wide release was today, why is there a delay in UK ?
#9
Been waiting for this phone for ages!!! my tmobile upgrade has been waiting just for this phone!!! will call t-mobile now..but i dont think they will have stock yet...release date is 23rd June!!
#10
Im honestly stuck between the N97, the HTC TP2 & the New iPhone, really should wait to see what Apple unviels at WWDC but I want a new phone now! Arrrrrggghhhhhhhhhhhhh!
#11
can you get silver or does it have to be black ?
#12
1982john
can you get silver or does it have to be black ?



yeap you can, here's the link

http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/Brands/Nokia/Nseries-Multimedia-Phones/sb489/p8519.aspx
#13
Refreshed HTC Kaiser.
#14
KirkSi
Is this phone exclusive to T-Mobile or will it appear on 3 Mobile in the near future? Really like the phone, but can't upgrade 'till September, was hoping 3 might have the phone by then.

EDIT: Looks like it's also available of Vodafone so maybe 3 will get it further down the line.


yeh next year :thumbsup:
#15
Pnevroq
Refreshed HTC Wizard.


Fixed that for you :thumbsup:
#16
Not a bad deal, i'm thinking of just paying for 2 contracts to get this. However, like others have said, wait until next week and see what Apple unveils, it could be an OLED beauty..
#17
KirkSi
Is this phone exclusive to T-Mobile or will it appear on 3 Mobile in the near future? Really like the phone, but can't upgrade 'till September, was hoping 3 might have the phone by then.

EDIT: Looks like it's also available of Vodafone so maybe 3 will get it further down the line.


[COLOR="red"]Alternatively, if that's a little over your budget, a week later (26 June) it'll go to the networks to be bundled with contracts. Nokia says that 3, Orange, T-Mobile, Vodafone, Carphone Warehouse & Phones 4U will be selling it.

What's interesting there is the omission of O2, however it's been previously announced that the network will sell the N97 only through Carphone Warehouse stores.[/COLOR]


hope that clears things up a bit, im on O2 so im not a happy person at the moment
#18
KirkSi
Is this phone exclusive to T-Mobile or will it appear on 3 Mobile in the near future? Really like the phone, but can't upgrade 'till September, was hoping 3 might have the phone by then.

EDIT: Looks like it's also available of Vodafone so maybe 3 will get it further down the line.


if your on three already, and you started your contract at least a couple of months ago you can get out of your contract legally and freely due to them changiung the 3 at home service.

i.e a couple of months ago it was included free of charge, now they are charging, so detrimental to your services, and a big change in contract, i.e. they have broken it, so you can get out of it, keep your phone etc etc/

i have just done this, last week, stuck in contract till october, released me three :thumbsup: of charge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#19
Pnevroq
Refreshed HTC Kaiser.




same here
banned#20
been waiting for this phone to come out for ages Are T- mobile the best to get it with?
#21
Jesus Christ - who would pay a tenner a month for a Nokia phone in 2009 never mind 40?

You all be mental
#22
thecheekymonkey
if your on three already, and you started your contract at least a couple of months ago you can get out of your contract legally and freely due to them changiung the 3 at home service.

i.e a couple of months ago it was included free of charge, now they are charging, so detrimental to your services, and a big change in contract, i.e. they have broken it, so you can get out of it, keep your phone etc etc/

i have just done this, last week, stuck in contract till october, released me three :thumbsup: of charge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Interesting. Was this difficult to achieve? and did you have to return the handset?
#23
thecheekymonkey
if your on three already, and you started your contract at least a couple of months ago you can get out of your contract legally and freely due to them changiung the 3 at home service.

i.e a couple of months ago it was included free of charge, now they are charging, so detrimental to your services, and a big change in contract, i.e. they have broken it, so you can get out of it, keep your phone etc etc/

i have just done this, last week, stuck in contract till october, released me three :thumbsup: of charge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Yep, O2 did a similar thing when they changed their policy on NGN's.
#24
Sparkster
Interesting. Was this difficult to achieve? and did you have to return the handset?


nope not really, they offer discounts to try and hold you back, just insist you want to cancel, me and my girlfriend cancelled without a problem and we did not have to return our phones

a couple of days after we cancelled, the "special" retentions team called us up, they offered

a Nokia E71 with 1100 minutes, unlimited internet, free three to three calls for £16 a month and my girlfriend got a Nokia N96 with 500 minutes, free three to three calls for £14 a month, both of us signed up
#25
which phone would be better a n97 or a HTC Kaiser
can some one let me no and when are the relase dates for them. on 02
1 Like #26
I have to say that it is a good spot, but the Combi 30 + W&W tariff is much better value if you can manage with only 700 mins (only 100 less) but save you £5 a month for 18 months and you only pay £14.99 one off for the phone. So save £75 on the 18 months by losing 100 mins!
#27
Rudz
nope not really, they offer discounts to try and hold you back, just insist you want to cancel, me and my girlfriend cancelled without a problem and we did not have to return our phones

a couple of days after we cancelled, the "special" retentions team called us up, they offered

a Nokia E71 with 1100 minutes, unlimited internet, free three to three calls for £16 a month and my girlfriend got a Nokia N96 with 500 minutes, free three to three calls for £14 a month, both of us signed up



wow...how far into the contract were you ?
#28
Sparkster
wow...how far into the contract were you ?


I had completed 12 months and my girlfriend 8.
#29
dc2447
Jesus Christ - who would pay a tenner a month for a Nokia phone in 2009 never mind 40?

You all be mental


What?
#30
dc2447
Jesus Christ - who would pay a tenner a month for a Nokia phone in 2009 never mind 40?

You all be mental


I honestly dont think he is going to answer.
#31
mcderment
I honestly dont think he is going to answer.


To be blunt, anyone who buys a Nokia smartphone in 2009 when there are G1, G2s, Iphones and shortly a palm pre is crazy.

Why would you make do with a symbian phone these days?

You don't have to, there are alternatives.
#32
symbian ftw
#33
dc2447
To be blunt, anyone who buys a Nokia smartphone in 2009 when there are G1, G2s, Iphones and shortly a palm pre is crazy.

Why would you make do with a symbian phone these days?

You don't have to, there are alternatives.


Very happy with my 5800 thanks.
#34
new iPhone specs out after the weekend :)
#35
good deal
#36
theres a better deal in dialaphone
#37
My upgrade is due next week with T-mobile, I hope they can sort me out!
#38
has anyone confirmed release dates yet?

mobilephonesdirect seem to imply it's out now, where dialaphone clearly state pre-order

anyone done it yet?
#39
dc2447
To be blunt, anyone who buys a Nokia smartphone in 2009 when there are G1, G2s, Iphones and shortly a palm pre is crazy.

Why would you make do with a symbian phone these days?

You don't have to, there are alternatives.


Make do with Symbian phone?
For some people the range of available applications and usability of Symbian make the seemingly more flashy phones an unnatractive compromise.

Deal looks good to me, if it's something you don't want to wait longer for.
#40
sarbjeet_
theres a better deal in dialaphone


What deal is better - most Orange ones are 24 month contracts, and the 18 month ones you have to pay for the phone £79 and Internet is £5 extra - so not a better deal really as far as I can see.

Also thanks very much to rudz I spent 45 mins on the phone to three (had 8 months left on my 18 month contract), got a PAC code and no ETF - but note its a bit of a battle with CS to get this.

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