Kingston Micro  (SD) Card 2GB, with an SD adapter - £12.99 delivered @ PicStop.co.uk
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Kingston Micro (SD) Card 2GB, with an SD adapter - £12.99 delivered @ PicStop.co.uk

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Found 6th Nov 2007
The Kingston micro SD removable memory card has been developed specifically to expand the memory capacity of today's high spec mobile phones. This card will enable you to store more music, movies, video clips, pictures, ring tones and more.

Each Kingston micro SD comes with an SD adapter giving you the convenience to use it as a full size secure digital (SD) card in SD enabled devices, such as media card readers. To protect against accidental data loss, this adapter has a built-in write-protect switch. This enables you to move pictures between multiple devices for sharing and printing.

I have searched a lot of DS sites and it seems that Kingston Micro SD cards are the quickest and best for the R4.
Use code TAMRAC1007 from this site for free delivery and don't forget to go through Quidco for 4% cashback.

free delivery no longer working,so add 99p delivery
comes in a sealed package and comes with a case for the card.
- shaani

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Have you actually bought one and successfully used the code shaani. I've just tried the discount code didn't work for me.

What does the code actually do?? It comes up on the site already at £12.99, so its just paying 99p extra for delivery. I entered the code, which said it had been accepted, but the price hasnt changed?? So its a total of £13.98 with delivery. Is the code supposed to reduce the card or give free delivery????:Im confused!! :oops: lol

Sorry voted cold - a 2GB SanDisk branded microSD card with adaptor is available at Play for £12.49 (free delivery) with 2% Quidco available too play.com/Mob…tml

Original Poster

The code will take off the delivery charge as you go further - check out -continue then you will see the sub total without delivery charge.

tuckeral

Sorry voted cold - a 2GB SanDisk branded microSD card with adaptor is … Sorry voted cold - a 2GB SanDisk branded microSD card with adaptor is available at Play for £12.49 (free delivery) with 2% Quidco available too http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/3251313/Sandisk-Micro-SD-2GB/Product.html



How does that relate to an offer for a Kingston card? Surely there's no reason to vote cold unless the deal is a bust or you can find it cheaper elsewhere?
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