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Nokia 5800 Xpress Music £139.95 delivered @ onestopphoneshop
Nokia 5800 Xpress Music £139.95 delivered @ onestopphoneshop

Nokia 5800 Xpress Music £139.95 delivered @ onestopphoneshop

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An alternative to e2save - 5p cheaper lol. Good if you can't order from e2save or if they run oos. Virgin Mobile Addict : £139.95 + £10.00 Credit. O2 Talkalot : £139.95 + £10.00 Credit. Orange Starter : £129.95 + £10.00 Credit. T-Mobile Talk & Text : £129.95 + £10.00 Credit

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are these clearance items aswell or brand new?

its say clearance when you click the link

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taurus_the_bull;5217847

are these clearance items aswell or brand new?



It states clearance on the site. Thank you

fireman sam is amazing

Out of Stock - confirmed by calling. They share the same stock warehouse as e2save and mobiles.co.uk.

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E2save say coming in stock today so ok to order

I still don't understand why suddenly the Nokia 5800 has dropped so much and suppliers are clearing their stock?

@amibees
its not cheaper than e2save. both are selling at the same price. also, buying from e2save gives you £7.00 quidco. and it is in stock now.

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@stefor........I was thinking the same thing. This has most of the features the N85 has (but not voip), it's £150 cheaper, but it seems they are trying to give them away so there must be something wrong with them. Gonna buy the N85 I think. (Oh and it can't be anything to do with the new nokia in the summer, because the other top of the range nokia's are holding their values.)

this pay as you go? if it is i have heard amazing reviewsa about this phone so this coud turn into an inferno in here when more stock is availible.

andyfisher100;5221182

this pay as you go? if it is i have heard amazing reviewsa about this … this pay as you go? if it is i have heard amazing reviewsa about this phone so this coud turn into an inferno in here when more stock is availible.



Yeah. this is pay as you go, in Red colour.

expired. not in stock.

These are clearance phones and not new, so I can only assume these are the part of the first batch that went out with faulty mics/speakers/cases which have been returned and maybe repaired? This is the only way they can clear the old stock by selling them at reduce prices with reduced 14 day return terms. i.e. You can't return the phone unless its faulty, as you are already aware that its a refurbished/reconditioned phone.

These phones are not dropping in price, new handsets are still going for £185.50+ from these sites, so be weary of the risk. For £45 extra I would take a new handset, they are great phones and I have one in Vodafone blue.
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