UPDATED Nokia 5800 300mins 300texts unlimited internet or unlt text or unlt landlines or unlt T-mobile £13.33 per month after auto cashback@ Buymobilephones.net also poss £25 Quidco, 24 month contract. Red now out of stock so the link is to the chrom - HotUKDeals
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Changed tittle and amount as the red is now out of stock.


Nokia 5800 Chrome
Touchscreen XpressMusic
3.2" Touchscreen Accelerometer Handwriting recognition MicroSD Card Compatible 3.6Mbps HSDPA Wi-Fi 3.15MP Autofocus, Flash Camera (Carl Zeiss Optics) A-GPS Receiver Nokia Maps 2.0 Touch Music & Video Player RDS FM Radio TV out 3.5mm jack Bluetooth v2.0 (A2DP)
£ FREE
If Quidco paid out this would be £12.29 per month
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#1
Price is after auto cashback, notes from site.......

Automatic cash back will be paid by BACS directly into your bank account. This payment will be made automatically approximately 90 days after your connection Date. There's no redemption vouchers and there is no need to make a claim.

If you wanted more txts you can swap the internet for unlimited txt, or swap for other options as below, but only choose one of these

Options for your deal:


Choose Your FREE Flexible Booster:

Can be changed every 30 days.

Unlimited Internet on your phone
Unlimited texts to any UK mobile network and numbers starting 01, 02 or 03 (excluding Jersey, Geurnsey and Isle of Man)
Unlimited calls to other T-Mobile UK customers
Unlimited calls to numbers starting 01, 02 or 03 (excluding Jersey, Geurnsey and Isle of Man)
#2
Good deal but why when I look does it say £15?

DOh - I thinks thats taking the cash back into account - sorry :)
#3
Probably cold deal for a few who do not like the 24 month contracts but this is the cheapest deal for a free Nokia 5800.
Would be great if I was proved wrong
#4
Iiyama
Good deal but why when I look does it say £15?
I did state in the first post price is after AUTO cashback
24x15=360
-55 cash back =305
/ by 24=12.70
If Quidco comes through £11.66 a month
#5
Just noticed the Chrome version comes out at £13.33 per month
#6
Nice, but 24 months is a loooonnnnng time.
#7
Trickyjabs
Nice, but 24 months is a loooonnnnng time.
yep too true but most are doing it now! If the deal was for 18 months it would be a scorcher but even at 24 months I can't seem to get close to this. T-mobile direct have said they can't do it, they will go £13.50. So with Qidco this deal is £11.66
#8
thisismark;7882626
T-mobile direct have said they can't do it, they will go £13.50. So with Qidco this deal is £11.66

...but how can you get Quidco with T-mobile direct? Presumably you got this quote over the phone?
#9
OP why didnt you mentioned in the title that its 24months contract? thats cheating

this phone was on a sale with t-mobile for 107 quid few months back. i think 2 years contract should be banned i hate them
#10
Its made to get you in to debt, and save us from the recession. :P
#11
tyke
...but how can you get Quidco with T-mobile direct? Presumably you got this quote over the phone?
Sorry missled you I ment the deal I posted costs £11.66 with quidco but this is not a guarantee, thats why I posted the price at £12.70

humadoon
OP why didnt you mentioned in the title that its 24months contract? thats cheating

this phone was on a sale with t-mobile for 107 quid few months back. i think 2 years contract should be banned i hate them
Yep your right I will update the post to menton the 24 month term.
The £107 for the Nokia 5800 was a one off and normally this phone retails at £160 ish.
I agree 24 month deals are horrid but in saying that more and more phone retailers are doing them and if it's as good as a deal as this then I can't moan too much.
So if you take the phone worth £160 off of the total for a 2 year deal this will cost only £6.03 per month!
If Quidco came through this would be even cheaper.
#12
******...im payin £20 a month and dont even get internet :(
#13
I've voted it hot, but IMO with it being a 24 month contract you should give serious consideration to wether the minutes/txts will be enough for you.

2 years is a long time for things to change (new GF, new job, etc). Personally I don't know anyone who wouldn't often go over 300 mins regularly. And that is what the networks rely on :roll:
#14
Just a word of warning about these phones. My wife has one and is now on her second after lots of issues with the phone freezing needing the battery to be taken out to reset and the phone just switching itself off. When the phone is working it is great and I love it, but when talking to friends about the probs I've had it seems to be a common fault and most people have had replacements and then end up with a different phone.

24months is a long time if ur phone is misbehaving!
#15
pastyboy21
Just a word of warning about these phones. My wife has one and is now on her second after lots of issues with the phone freezing needing the battery to be taken out to reset and the phone just switching itself off. When the phone is working it is great and I love it, but when talking to friends about the probs I've had it seems to be a common fault and most people have had replacements and then end up with a different phone.

24months is a long time if ur phone is misbehaving!


My bluetooth won't work and looking at various forums it seems a common and unrepairable problem. That said its a great phone to use as a MP3 player
#16
Word of warning about the 5800 - It can not be connected to in car bluetooth systems!!
If that's important to you??!!
#17
That's not true, I use mine everyday with my bluetooth kit in the car!
#18
I have this phone on a 24month contract £15 per month 300 mins unltd txts, so good deal.

Unfortunately this phone is pretty crap, constantly crashes. The touch screen, and the accelerometer, are not sensitive enough in my opinion, however it does have a few cool stuff to play around with.
#19
24 months :x
#20
thisismark

Yep your right I will update the post to menton the 24 month term.
The £107 for the Nokia 5800 was a one off and normally this phone retails at £160 ish.
I agree 24 month deals are horrid but in saying that more and more phone retailers are doing them and if it's as good as a deal as this then I can't moan too much.
So if you take the phone worth £160 off of the total for a 2 year deal this will cost only £6.03 per month!
If Quidco came through this would be even cheaper.


you can buy this phone for 149 quid at the moment from mobiles.co.uk and if you goto omio.com you can find many cheap deals like this for same price or little bit more (and even if you callculate the amonth we will pay in 2 years we can get a decent contract for one year and then get an upgrade after 10 months) but trust me my friend 24 months (2 years) commitment for this phone is not worth.. and networks are greedy they just play with innocent customers but its upto us (customers) to stay away from such contracts. but thnx for posting and keep up the good work :):thumbsup:
#21
If you have a problem with the 24 months contract, and 100 minutes a month is enough for you, go for 18 months one which included unlimited internet. No automatic cashback though, but taking Quidco cashback into account, total deal costs you 18 x 15 -25 =£245 which works out as £13.61 pm.
#22
humadoon
you can buy this phone for 149 quid at the moment from mobiles.co.uk


I'm afraid it'd be a clearance item, and purchase of £10 topup credit is mandatory so it'd be £159. Right now you can have a brand new one from Play.com at £159.99, delivered free! :thumbsup:
#23
im really tempted..but 24 months..
voted hot tho.
#24
Daaker33;7887121
Unfortunately this phone is pretty crap, constantly crashes. The touch screen, and the accelerometer, are not sensitive enough in my opinion, however it does have a few cool stuff to play around with.
Are you having crash problems with updated firmware?
#25
I really hate the size of the 5800 - only thing stopping me really.

If I go for this and replace the phone, what could I get in the similar price bracket with WiFi, 3G and GPS?
#26
anyone using this as a tethered modem?
#27
gd_miester
I really hate the size of the 5800 - only thing stopping me really.

If I go for this and replace the phone, what could I get in the similar price bracket with WiFi, 3G and GPS?


You could try the HTC touch 2 - no sat nav or radio though unlike this
#28
no 24 month contract and don't bundle a phone, I'm big enough to choose my own thank you very much :geek:
unfortunately this passes for good deal these days.
Haven't voted cold but can't vote hot either
#29
I got my 5800 for £107 from T-Mobile just before xmas, you people having problems with it might want to update the firmware if you havn't already. Also installing apps from any other source than Ovi can lead to problems - I had to reset mine once because of this. Since then I've had no problems at all, the free sat nav is great and I wouldn't be without it, best mobile gadget I've ever had - and yes before you say the Iphone, yes is probably better but thats not in the same price range so can't be compared!
#30
New sonyericsson W995 for £23.75/month after cashback..........12 months contract!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/608952/sony-ericsson-w995-700-mins-250-tex
#31
I still had probs with mine once the firmware was updated, it was at this point i had a replacement, just waiting for this one to go tits up now..
#32
pastyboy21
I still had probs with mine once the firmware was updated, it was at this point i had a replacement, just waiting for this one to go tits up now..


what was your last firmware update? just got this and downloaded V10.????and all seem fine just bluetoothed over to it and that worked ok as well
#33
janz70
what was your last firmware update? just got this and downloaded V10.????and all seem fine just bluetoothed over to it and that worked ok as well
here is the latest firmware v40. http://noknok.tv/2010/01/14/nokia-5800-firmware-update-version-v40-0-005/ link to nokia site http://www.nokia.co.uk/support/download-software/device-software-update#
#34
I'm on PAYG with this phone on 3, and can't seem to update the firm/soft ware on it. So therefore, I can't take advantage of the free Nokia route guidance on Maps anymore. Does anyone else have this problem? I have the problem with the phone crashing lots when trying to switch it on. I've resolved the issue by just never switching it off in the first place! I find the free internet on PAYG is enough for me, as the phone has WiFi. Other than that, it's a pretty good phone.
#35
Thanks "Thisismark". That kinda answers my question. I just need to wait for Nokia to release the update for my phone then. Pah!
#36
ploddy77
I'm on PAYG with this phone on 3, and can't seem to update the firm/soft ware on it. So therefore, I can't take advantage of the free Nokia route guidance on Maps anymore. Does anyone else have this problem? I have the problem with the phone crashing lots when trying to switch it on. I've resolved the issue by just never switching it off in the first place! I find the free internet on PAYG is enough for me, as the phone has WiFi. Other than that, it's a pretty good phone.
You will prob need to de-brand the phone which makes the waranty void
#37
heat added
#38
any idea about the 8GB memory card comes usually with this phone.

Is it included in the package???
#39
good4me2
any idea about the 8GB memory card comes usually with this phone.

Is it included in the package???
Yes it is
#40
thanks 'thisismark'. What a pain!

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