ASDA Special Offer - BlackBerry Pearl 8120 on Orange PAYG. Now £130

ASDA Special Offer - BlackBerry Pearl 8120 on Orange PAYG. Now £130

Found 1st Jul 2009
The Blackberry Pearl 8120 mobile phone is one of the hottest handsets on the market and is available to you on Orange Pay As You Go at a fantastic Asda price.
Taking the successes of it?predecessors and building upon them, there are now many more fantastic features to enjoy on the Blackberry Pearl 8120. You now get Wi-Fi as well as GPRS and GPRS/Edge connectivity. Out and about, you will quickly find Wi-Fi networks that you could log on to if you choose to. .

It?a breeze to get online and to send and retrieve email. Prompts appear whenever they are needed ?nd only then. Most helpfully, the BlackBerry Pearl 8120's wireless radio icon pops up to manage all connections. The Blackberry Pearl 8120 mobile phone will ask whether you want to turn on the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or Mobile Network, or even turn on all of them at the same time!

This BlackBerry Pearl 8120 is also a fantastic multimedia experience. The 2Mp camera has a 5 x zoom which is selectable via the central rollerball navigator, plus an automatic flash. This mobile phone produces excellent results, even in low light.

The memory is expandable via Micro SD card, bolstering your options over and above the 64MB flash memory that is already onboard.

Add in other great features like document viewer software for Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF files, JAVA for gaming and internet, personal organiser, media player for videos, photos and music ?lus all the other fun stuff you?expect from a high spec mobile phone, like MP3 ringtones and instant messaging - and you have a fantastic handset available at an unbeatable price.


Wrong retailer?

It cost 134.99 in but includes 20 pound top-up

Original Poster

oops sry dont know why it take you to orange online store, gonna fix that



It cost 134.99 in but includes 20 pound top-up

It might as well be a fiver there. They NEVER have stock of 'bargain' items and are simply pharming your email address to spam you with 'not so special' offers. When I had my THIRD order cancelled by as 'no stock coming' I decided I'd rather poke myself in the eye with a sharp stick than ever deal with them again. In fact, they're that cr*p that I think I'll go now and register [url][/url] and start an anti-forum
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