Doro PhoneEasy 612 on Talk Talk - £5 a month
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Doro PhoneEasy 612 on Talk Talk - £5 a month

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Found 17th Jan 2014
OK , so its not an I phone etc but not everyone wants all the latest gadgets , These are quite handy to keep in touch with elderly parents and will only cost £120 for a two years contract with 100mins calls and 250 texts. The Doro PhoneEasy® 612 is an easy-to-use clamshell that allows you to answer and end calls with a simple flip. The slim design features soft touch coating, large screen display and widely spaced keys making it easy for texting.

Built-in savings features include:

Unlimited family calls
Free text alerts
Free voicemail service
Free calls to customer care
- Geemac

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Buy the phone unlocked on ebay for £49.99 and get an Ovivo Freedom 0 sim. Total £69.99 If you don't mind paying upfront?

Ovivo £20 one off payment includes £15 credit

Freedom 0

With free allowance, this bundle is a no-brainer!
200 Mins
300 Texts
500MB Data
£0 per month!

You get the above EVERY month for that one off payment.
Edited by: "Geemac" 17th Jan 2014

Do u have to be a talk talk customer??

Very interesting Geemac - never heard of Ovivo Freedom 0 sim. Got my dad a Dorio Easy phone from Tesco on a 2yr contract, nearly a year ago. Will switch to this as soon as contract finishes. Will have a look at Ovivo sims though for myself and other family members. Assume if i just google Ovivo - I'll get more info. Here goes. Thanks

Geemac

Buy the phone unlocked on ebay for £49.99 and get an Ovivo Freedom 0 sim. … Buy the phone unlocked on ebay for £49.99 and get an Ovivo Freedom 0 sim. Total £69.99 If you don't mind paying upfront? Ovivo £20 one off payment includes £15 credit Freedom 0 With free allowance, this bundle is a no-brainer! 200 Mins 300 Texts 500MB Data £0 per month! You get the above EVERY month for that one off payment.


and what if ovivo pulls the plug. you are making an assumption that it will carry on & on. Getting something for nothing and expecting it to carry on for good is never a no-brainer!

kalamata

and what if ovivo pulls the plug. you are making an assumption that it … and what if ovivo pulls the plug. you are making an assumption that it will carry on & on. Getting something for nothing and expecting it to carry on for good is never a no-brainer!



no-brainer!

There words not mine But then I have had it for over a year and they are still here

you need a 3g phone for ovivo i believe

MaZSuPeR

you need a 3g phone for ovivo i believe




No you don't
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