LG Chocolate Mobile Phone - 12 Months FREE - NOT Clearance

LG Chocolate Mobile Phone - 12 Months FREE - NOT Clearance

Found 19th Feb 2008
Deal is on 02 and includes 200 texts and 200 minutes per month, cash back is via redemption, quidco is also available.


The LG KG800 mobile phone is better known to many people as the Chocolate phone. Don't bother looking for any hidden meaning - quite simply, it's bar-shaped and the best-selling version in South Korea is a dark brown chocolate colour!

The LG Chocolate is a favourite phone of the rich and famous, appearing in the hands (and pockets) of top celebs. Its the clever blend of modern styling that gets the phone noticed but it also has attractive features. When the slide-open design is closed, youll notice a high quality display screen and a handful of high tech heat sensitive touch control keys for controlling essential functions. The keys glow red when being used and fade into the background when not needed.

The LG Chocolate is also an MP3 player, with 128MB of memory providing plenty of storage space. In addition, the back of the phone contains a 1.3 megapixel camera for taking quality photos and videos.

All this and Bluetooth connectivity as well. If youre looking for stand-out style without compromising on usability, youll appreciate the LG Chocolate

Get noticed with this stylish slide-open camera phone

Touch-sensitive keys for effortless navigation

Take amazing photos with the 1.3 megapixel camera with flash & 4X digital zoom

The large colour display makes viewing your photos and downloading wallpapers a pleasure

Enjoy your music on the move with the built in MP3 player

Control your music via the keypad or inline remote control

Have fun with friends recording and playing back video footage

Exchange images and media with others via Bluetooth

Review emails and attachments with a built-in email client
LG Chocolate Mobile Phone Key Features
Sleek and Stylish slide-open design

Touch sensitive navigation keys

1.3 megapixel camera with flash

Large 256K TFT colour display

Java MDIP 2.0

Multimedia player supports MP3, AAC, and MPEG4



LG Chocolate Mobile Phone Full Features



Caller ID

Tri-band GSM
T9 dictionary

Video recording

Total memory 128MB
64 polyphonic ringtones

Downloadable wallpapers
Dialled/missed/received calls

WAP 2.0/xHTML Internet browser
Ringtone formats: (AAC and MP3)

Sleek and Stylish slide-open design
Short Messaging Service (SMS) compatible

Short Messaging Service (SMS) compatible
256K TFT colour display (176 x 220 pixels)

Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) compatible
Touch sensitive navigation keys with backlights

1.3 megapixel camera (1280 x 960 pixels) with flash
Multimedia player supports MP3, AAC, and MPEG4 formats

Java MDIP 2.0 makes downloading new applications easier

LG Chocolate Mobile Phone Specification
Size - 95 x 48 x 15.2mm

Weight - 83g

Standby time - TBC

Talk Time - TBC


It is a good deal...but is not free, 99p a month ;-)

Original Poster

Direct Link: e2save.com/con…800 (It worked about 20 minutes ago!)

I just tried the direct link but it doesn't seem to work now. This is NOT the 12 months at £0.99/mth offer that is also still on their website.

I think there still might be a £0.99 charge for itemised billing!

Original Poster

t's working again! There aren't many 12 Month FREE deals on a 12 month contract these days. This is with one of the more reputable retailers out there.

I got an upgrade with CPW today (not e2save) and their Cashback Redemption process is easily the best. It may just be for upgrades though. They need the 4th (2 months earlier than the usual 6th month first redemption date), 8th and 12mth bills - no other paperwork necessary! You can also send these bills at any time after you receive them until the end of the contract. So, you can send all three bills together, if you wish, at the end of the contract - if you forget to send the first cashback claim at the 4th month or the second cashback claim at the 8th month.

You're right...not many free deals anymore so this is a good deal, I am looking out for one now. I have used e2save a few times with no problem...pity this wasn't for a more girly phone though ;-)
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