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Motorola F3 Orange Pre-Pay Mobile Phone........£8.99 Delivered @ Play.com
Motorola F3 Orange Pre-Pay Mobile Phone........£8.99 Delivered @ Play.com

Motorola F3 Orange Pre-Pay Mobile Phone........£8.99 Delivered @ Play.com

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Thought this was quite good even if it is just used as a spare when your regular phone breaks!! Bargain Price!

The Motorola F3 mobile phone is a simple yet incredibly stylish and slim handset (only 9mm)featuring a large screen, built in speaker phone and up to 4 hours talk time.


PLEASE NOTE THIS HANDSET IS LIMITED TO 2 PER CUSTOMER

* Vibration Alert
* Speakerphone
* Call records: 20 dialed, received and missed calls
* SMS Messaging
* Clock
* Alarm
* Dimensions 114 x 47 x 9 mm, 48 cc
* Weight: 70 g

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been posted befor i think some where soz its not the first time gets posted ever 2 months.

phones shocking though have had a couple when cpw did them free with £10 credit just so i could use the credit and gave the phones to charity or recycled them

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Oh i have never seen it before!:oops:
(I did search but nothing came up!)

It hasn't been at play before - 5% off for ucas/varsity card holders, and 4% quidco make this even cheaper. Good for a spare though not very nice to use.

If you've got Tesco Clubcard Mobile Phone recycling envelopes with 500 points value, you can get £20 in deals for every £8.99 phone you send in...

seancampbell;1857661

It hasn't been at play before - 5% off for ucas/varsity card holders, and … It hasn't been at play before - 5% off for ucas/varsity card holders, and 4% quidco make this even cheaper. Good for a spare though not very nice to use.



im sure it has as i remember it was on orange and i dont know any where else that does it on orange except play

I noticed this at play.com. The orange one was 8.99 and the unlocked one was 24.99 so i bought the orange one to get unlocked but when it arrived it was unlocked already so it was a total bargain!

People do miss the point with these phones

They are simple and thats it christ it even talks to you to tell you what options you are on.

These are made for the Indian market and are actually very good phones and are adaptable for heat and have a great screen which can been seen perfectly in direct sunlight.

Dont know why people **** it off so much.

These are FANTASTIC phones for the ELDERLY!

They have a large simple black/white screen which has a hugh font great for people with poor eye sight.

They they are so light and small and slim put a neck strap on it and pensioners can wear it every where round the house where ever they go.

My Gran has one and she is anti mobile phone until I gave her this one to have round her near and now she feels secure and safe. She lives alone and is really stubbern and now if she has a fall and cant get up all she has to do is press one of the speed dials and shes in touch with any of the family, she wears hers 24/7

Speakerphone. Says it all, great for my gran when she has used it doesnt even have to put it to her ear and the speakerphone is very clear.

Amazing battery life, ive clocked it myself testing it first straight 10 days without having to recharge.

The Keypad lights up again great if my gran falls when its dark.

All it can do it make calls, text and tell you the time and date and thats it, brilliantly simple in execution, nothing complicated to make pensioners or the elderly phobic of mobile phones.

Now this phone also talks to you it tells you what option you are one and this does really help the elderly who dont know what Icon they are currently on.

These phones are amazing for people who are after a simple phone and no bells and whistles.

If you've got Tesco Clubcard Mobile Phone recycling envelopes with 500 points value, you can get £20 in deals for every £8.99 phone you send in...

Where do you get these envelopes matey

Fantastic points, thanks for that mate!

adey100;1858700

If you've got Tesco Clubcard Mobile Phone recycling envelopes with 500 … If you've got Tesco Clubcard Mobile Phone recycling envelopes with 500 points value, you can get £20 in deals for every £8.99 phone you send in...Where do you get these envelopes matey



eBay

miffyl;1861527

eBay



Don't the 300 point envelopes replace the 500 point envelopes

Wont there be a "use by date" in the small print that's probably past?

thanks
nicojo

How much do you get with 300 points then

The ones I bought have no dates on them. Posted 2 handsets (one of which was the F3) Monday just gone. Waiting to see when points credited and what balance will be increased by.
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