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Blackberry 8520 In Black, White & Pink (PAYG) - £100 + £30 Top Up + Free £20 Apps Card @ Phones4U
Blackberry 8520 In Black, White & Pink (PAYG) - £100 + £30 Top Up + Free £20 Apps Card @ Phones4U

Blackberry 8520 In Black, White & Pink (PAYG) - £100 + £30 Top Up + Free £20 Apps Card @ Phones4U

Buy forBuy forBuy for£130
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YES THEY ARE £100 EACH
Only if you buy £30 Vodafone topup, but still i think that is a
very scorching hot deal as the phone is £100.

Also comes with a free £20 Apps Card

HOT HOT HOT !!!!!

The Link on the deal is the black blackberry

The White Blackberry Link:
phones4u.co.uk/sho…776

The Pink Blackberry Link:
phones4u.co.uk/sho…606

Meet the latest member of the BlackBerry family, the BlackBerry Curve. Instantly recognisable bar one key element, say hello to the new touch sensitive optical track pad; a crafty piece of technology giving the user full control, making web-browsing a walk in the park.

E-mail capabilities

BlackBerry OS

Qwerty keyboard

Touch-sensitive optical trackpad

Wi-Fi Technology
The BlackBerry Curve has something for everyone, a full qwerty keyboard, document applications allowing access to Word, Excel and pdf files should keep the corporate among us happy; for everyone else there’s a 2 mega pixel camera, up to 32gb external storage and a brand new music player complete with that all important 3.5mm audio jack and media sync to hook up to itunes.
This model is clearly the flagship of their non-3G range. But with Wi-Fi Bluetooth and Edge technology at hand I dare you to notice it’s missing. The Curve is sleek, simple and practical. And being the lightest BlackBerry yet, it won’t weigh you down.

12 Comments

good price but slightly put off by the £30 top up voted hot nonetheless

So its really £130.

Original Poster

I hate the fact that people include the price of the top up into the phone price.
NO Its not 130, the phone is 100

Example: if you saw a TV for £100 but you had to buy a HDMI cable for £5 if you wanna buy the TV,
Does this mean this TV is £105,,, NO! they are TWO SEPERATE PRODUCTS!!!

Avoid and go for at least the 3G version

Yes, I would want 3G on a £100+ phone.

RUBiXdealz

I hate the fact that people include the price of the top up into the … I hate the fact that people include the price of the top up into the phone price.NO Its not 130, the phone is 100Example: if you saw a TV for £100 but you had to buy a HDMI cable for £5 if you wanna buy the TV, Does this mean this TV is £105,,, NO! they are TWO SEPERATE PRODUCTS!!!


Perhaps those who vote against this deal would want to use their own favourite package rather than a £30 top up which might have higher call charges than they are used to ? I agree the phone is really only £100 , so unless people are voting against the phone itself,then not many reasons not to vote hot,so perhaps a few cold voters could explain why ?
Don't like the phone myself,as I'd want a decent camera, gps etc,a view shared by many on review sites, but the price is good.

RUBiXdealz

NO Its not 130, the phone is 100



Not sure anyone is disputing this, but the fact is you still have to pay £130. You might as well have said the phone is free but you have to buy £130 worth of add-ons - thus the deal might not be for everyone.

For the record, I haven't voted either way.

DevilMan

Not sure anyone is disputing this, but the fact is you still have to pay … Not sure anyone is disputing this, but the fact is you still have to pay £130. You might as well have said the phone is free but you have to buy £130 worth of add-ons - thus the deal might not be for everyone.For the record, I haven't voted either way.



Exactly.

Sure the phone is £100, but you still have to out £130 in total. Using that analogy, you could advertise a TV costing £1, but only if you pay £500 for an HDMI cable. Does this mean the TV is £501? NO, they are TWO SEPERATE PRODUCTS!!!

Original Poster

Nymins

Exactly.Sure the phone is £100, but you still have to out £130 in total. U … Exactly.Sure the phone is £100, but you still have to out £130 in total. Using that analogy, you could advertise a TV costing £1, but only if you pay £500 for an HDMI cable. Does this mean the TV is £501? NO, they are TWO SEPERATE PRODUCTS!!!



No, i understand that the total money you have to spend is £130, but at the end of the day this phone is a bargain because its £100, And really it doesnt matter because im sure your gonna topup more than £30 in your life, end of the day you will use that topup anyway, and if you did not buy it now you would buy topup in the future, Doesnt matter, and also dont be ridiculous, a HDMI cable for £500, what planet are you living on???

RUBiXdealz

No, i understand that the total money you have to spend is £130, but at … No, i understand that the total money you have to spend is £130, but at the end of the day this phone is a bargain because its £100, And really it doesnt matter because im sure your gonna topup more than £30 in your life...



The fact remains you can't actually purchase the phone for £100 and others my wish to use it on a network other then Vodafone.

Original Poster

it comes unlocked if you buy in store

RUBiXdealz

and also dont be ridiculous, a HDMI cable for £500, what planet are you … and also dont be ridiculous, a HDMI cable for £500, what planet are you living on???




This one

ivojo.co.uk/cab…F40
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