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BlackBerry 7100X : 9m Free (12m contract) - term cost £135 + £35 Quidco @ CarphoneWarehouse !
BlackBerry 7100X : 9m Free (12m contract) - term cost £135 + £35 Quidco @ CarphoneWarehouse !

BlackBerry 7100X : 9m Free (12m contract) - term cost £135 + £35 Quidco @ CarphoneWarehouse !

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BlackBerry 7100X is available for 9 months Free (12 month contract) from Carphone Warehouse. Term cost is £135 after CPW cashback + Quidco gives another £35 cashback.

Tariff: O2 £35 + £10 Data Bundle 12mth - includes 400 x-net minutes + 100 texts every month. Data bundle can be cancelled after 6 months. Check with CPW if this affects cashback claims.

Cashback : Offer works by redemption. Very reliable cashback to be claimed in 3 stages from CarphoneWarehouse - £135 each @ months 4, 8 and 12. Effective term cost is £135 for 12 months. Go via Quidco for another £35 cashback.

BlackBerry 7100X : BlackBerry 7100 Series handsets provide the best combined wireless phone, email and data experience for users who prefer a smaller handset design. They offer complete BlackBerry functionality, wirelessly connecting users with important communications and information. The BlackBerry 7100x also puts top-of-the-line features, such as speakerphone, Bluetooth®, polyphonic ringtones and an advanced call log, into a sleek and stylish business phone. Top features include : SureType®, the new keyboard technology from Research In Motion | Bluetooth hands-free headset and car kit support | Bright, high resolution display | Polyphonic ringtones | Integrated attachment viewing for popular file formats | Exceptional battery performance | 32 MB of memory | Dedicated send and end keys | Quad-Band network support

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BlackBerry 7100X detailed image :-

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Thanks for this edi

My advice is avoid BB's with this style of keypad. I put up with one for a year and hated it. Much better to have one key per letter, as long as you don't mind the larger form factor.


...Nick B

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My advice is avoid BB's with this style of keypad. I put up with one for … My advice is avoid BB's with this style of keypad. I put up with one for a year and hated it. Much better to have one key per letter, as long as you don't mind the larger form factor....Nick B


Looking at it now it does seem close to impossible to use those keys to type.

I do agree it takes a bit of getting used to but i have been using my pearl for a few months now and think the layout is great. The predictive text is amazing as it scans every e-mail and adds words to the dictionary automatically. (i'm sure this model does the same) I now find it harder to text when i use my k800 lol.

Original Poster

Thanks everyone

Been looking for an O2 contract when I came across this offer. Does anyone know more about the £10 Data Bundle offer? Does it include the monthly allowance for email usage etc.?

Thanks.

I've got a BB pearlyfrom work and its ok but keys arent that easy to use as stated above.

I want to use my o2 pay monthly chip in the phone for personal use. Does anyone know if theres a bolton or something I can get from o2 to receive emails in my BB ? If so, how much is it ?

thanks a lot.
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