Nokia 6 £139.99 + £10 topup, on PAYG at Carphone Warehouse
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Nokia 6 £139.99 + £10 topup, on PAYG at Carphone Warehouse

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Found 22nd Dec 2017Edited by:"vclaw"
Now available on EE, Vodafone, or O2 for £139.99 + £10 topup. Cheapest price it has been without a contract?

Or £139.99 for a PAYG upgrade, if you are eligible.
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£5 Cashback through both Quidco and TopCashback for PAYG Handsets............if anyone interested............Little help to someone.
Prices updated

EE - £139.99 + £10 top up = £149.99
Vodafone - £139.99 + £10 top up = £149.99
o2 - £149.99 + £10 top up = £159.99 (£139.99 if eligable for upgrade)
Virgin - £199.99 + £10 top up £209.99

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guesstoo2 h, 26 m ago

Was tempted until I read the reviews on the charging times, simply …Was tempted until I read the reviews on the charging times, simply horrific. Heat added for the deal but charging makes the phone all but useless


I am surprised people still worry about phone charging times. How difficult is it to just charge the phone while you are sleeping!!!
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Plus only £25 unlimited claim insurance for a year which is amazing for a phone this good.
Anyone happen to know if there's any cashback on this phone as with the Huawei P10?
Quids10 m ago

Anyone happen to know if there's any cashback on this phone as with the …Anyone happen to know if there's any cashback on this phone as with the Huawei P10?


It's cpw cashback. Not model specific, read p10 thread, the latest one.
Harley_Mick14 m ago

It's cpw cashback. Not model specific, read p10 thread, the latest one.


Ooh, so it's potentially £50 off this model too? I'm interested. Cheers OP.
Quids20 m ago

Ooh, so it's potentially £50 off this model too? I'm interested. Cheers …Ooh, so it's potentially £50 off this model too? I'm interested. Cheers OP.


Would imagine it's the same yes.
P10 lite is the faster phone.
Original Poster
The £50 cashback is only for phones on a contract. Maybe it is a bit cheaper to get the phone with a 1 month contract, depends on whether you can be bothered phoning to cancel it etc. Simpler just to buy it on PAYG.
Can You then cancel the top up , ie, just use it for one month ?Or use the sim in another phone ? It's £169 as a sim free phone.
Edited by: "missionhall" 23rd Dec 2017
Would this work with a GiffGaff SIM?
Also this or the Huawei P8 lite for roughly the same price?
Spies5 h, 26 m ago

P10 lite is the faster phone.


And it spies on you
Spies7 h, 2 m ago

P10 lite is the faster phone.


Yeah, the 425 processor did put me off a bit, but I keep hearing that the Huaweis are a bit fragile. I wanted a Xiaomi note 4 to replace my duff WF Swift but trying to keep to sub £100.
Quids6 h, 12 m ago

Yeah, the 425 processor did put me off a bit, but I keep hearing that the …Yeah, the 425 processor did put me off a bit, but I keep hearing that the Huaweis are a bit fragile. I wanted a Xiaomi note 4 to replace my duff WF Swift but trying to keep to sub £100.


Possibly are to fragile.

Family member drop down his p10 lite on to the carpet and the back smashed in to the pieces.

Just confirms what people all over the Internet are saying.
Back to the deal.
Nokia promising fat updates to all of their phones.
Nokia 8 already on Oreo, security update December. One of the fastest updates on the market.

Nokia 6 beta oreo available, stable soon.

Considering this phone and one of the Chinese import I'll pick Nokia as they provide 2 years warranty (at least for "8")
Was tempted until I read the reviews on the charging times, simply horrific. Heat added for the deal but charging makes the phone all but useless
"Quote (p_ist_a):

And it spies on you"

If the P10 Lite was made by Doogee, or any other dodgy Chinese manufacturer then I'd believe you.

But it isn't. It's made by Huawei, one of the biggest smartphone and mobile broadband device manufacturers in the world. Plus they also design and build a lot of the equipment at telephone exchanges as well as at mobile phone masts.

Huawei are in no way a disreputable company.
Edited by: "preecey" 26th Dec 2017
Spies23rd Dec

P10 lite is the faster phone.


Absolutely, and overall a highly superior phone under the £200 price point.
teddybeers23rd Dec

Possibly are to fragile.Family member drop down his p10 lite on to the …Possibly are to fragile.Family member drop down his p10 lite on to the carpet and the back smashed in to the pieces.Just confirms what people all over the Internet are saying.


Then again, name a phone that doesn't break when you drop it, it's the Nature of the Beast unfortunately
guesstoo2 h, 6 m ago

Was tempted until I read the reviews on the charging times, simply …Was tempted until I read the reviews on the charging times, simply horrific. Heat added for the deal but charging makes the phone all but useless


Buy some used Apple 12W USB power adapter for iPad on fleebay and will have the fastest charger you can get for peanuts if that's your major concern.
guesstoo2 h, 26 m ago

Was tempted until I read the reviews on the charging times, simply …Was tempted until I read the reviews on the charging times, simply horrific. Heat added for the deal but charging makes the phone all but useless


I am surprised people still worry about phone charging times. How difficult is it to just charge the phone while you are sleeping!!!
jackfarquhar2522nd Dec

Plus only £25 unlimited claim insurance for a year which is amazing for a …Plus only £25 unlimited claim insurance for a year which is amazing for a phone this good.


Its not unlimited claim insurance
Blah i want it but they wont allow me to upgrade online, i have never upgraded before, been with o2 for 7 years ive had my current handset nokia 520 since july 2013 which was bought outright sim free on amazon, i top up £15 a month yet online i'm not eligable, i contacted them and they said i can only do it on the phone .... which means if i do it that way i get no cashback ... on a different note does anyone know if the battery is removable as there seems to be a sim removal tool mentioned which normally means sealed phone with no battery cover, meaning you have to send it away for a new battery to be fitted.
Battery is not removable (at least not easily). My experience of the upgrade process is that it sends a code to your phone. I don't see why you can't start the process on the handset then use that to continue online.

This is a bargain I paid near the same for a 5 a month ago and I'm happy with it. Charge time seems entirely normal, by the by..
pvfc2472 h, 10 m ago

Then again, name a phone that doesn't break when you drop it, it's the …Then again, name a phone that doesn't break when you drop it, it's the Nature of the Beast unfortunately


Not all phones are that fragile, and this one actually looks pretty tough (aluminium body rather than glass I believe?) But bottom line is people should remember to splash 99p on a case from ebay when they order their phone!
Obligatory do these come unlocked comment?
Looks interesting? It appears to be based on EE. Will a Plusnet Sim work?
I got mine for £190 in the summer on payg and put my ee sim card in it no worries. (Just made sure in picked the payg sim card same as my contract) not sure what if its locked to that network only tho?? Don't listen to charging time reviews. Just make sure you use the charger supplied or get a Samsung micro USB cable and a minimum 2.1amp USB charger adaptor. Charges in no time at all. Cant knock the phone one bit, and so glad the Nokia name is back after what Microsoft did with the Nokia brand and turning them into the now defunct lumia brand..
Edited by: "FATBOY78" 26th Dec 2017
RT19811 h, 50 m ago

Its not unlimited claim insurance


I can assure you it is
abhijitdash1232 h, 4 m ago

I am surprised people still worry about phone charging times. How …I am surprised people still worry about phone charging times. How difficult is it to just charge the phone while you are sleeping!!!


30mins for 10% no thanks. Basic phones now have fast charge, think min will be 2.5hours to charge without using it
Edited by: "guesstoo" 26th Dec 2017
abhijitdash1233 h, 21 m ago

I am surprised people still worry about phone charging times. How …I am surprised people still worry about phone charging times. How difficult is it to just charge the phone while you are sleeping!!!



Battery is going to last longer also with a slower charge.
jackfarquhar251 h, 38 m ago

I can assure you it is


No its not. I work for Team Knowhow and have seen first hand of policies being cancelled by Aviva where too many claims have been made
RT198145 m ago

No its not. I work for Team Knowhow and have seen first hand of policies …No its not. I work for Team Knowhow and have seen first hand of policies being cancelled by Aviva where too many claims have been made


I’m a store manager for Carphone and It is subject to abuse of the policy
preecey7 h, 32 m ago

"Quote (p_ist_a):And it spies on you"If the P10 Lite was made by Doogee, …"Quote (p_ist_a):And it spies on you"If the P10 Lite was made by Doogee, or any other dodgy Chinese manufacturer then I'd believe you. But it isn't. It's made by Huawei, one of the biggest smartphone and mobile broadband device manufacturers in the world. Plus they also design and build a lot of the equipment at telephone exchanges as well as at mobile phone masts. Huawei are in no way a disreputable company.


I so much want to believe your comment/statement on Huawei being a disreputable company.
Few years back they had published source code of Cisco router OS (ios) source code on their website. It's also said (assumed) that this company is actually owned and run by PRC govt. There are other reasons and rationales that may support this argument but this is not a correct forum to go into that.
For the time being... Refer to wsj.com/art…000
Sorry to break this to you
they've just bumped the price up i just went to place an order after i gave up after they told me i could only upgrade by placing order on phone or in store,
EE - £139.99 + £10 top up = £149.99
Vodafone - £139.99 + £10 top up = £149.99
o2 - £149.99 + £10 top up = £159.99
Virgin - £199.99 + £10 top up £209.99
Thanks for posting, op.
jackfarquhar2522nd Dec

Plus only £25 unlimited claim insurance for a year which is amazing for a …Plus only £25 unlimited claim insurance for a year which is amazing for a phone this good.


I think you'll find it's a band 3 £39.99 a year.
So I just bought this phone. Can I just put my sim card into it? or are they locked to the network you bought it with? Is there a way to get a code to unlock the Nokia 6?
Al200118 h, 47 m ago

Not all phones are that fragile, and this one actually looks pretty tough …Not all phones are that fragile, and this one actually looks pretty tough (aluminium body rather than glass I believe?) But bottom line is people should remember to splash 99p on a case from ebay when they order their phone!


Very true, after all it's how much you value your phone 😁
Original Poster
I bought one (with an EE PAYG SIM), and it is unlocked. Works fine with my Giffgaff SIM.
pvfc24721 h, 52 m ago

Then again, name a phone that doesn't break when you drop it, it's the …Then again, name a phone that doesn't break when you drop it, it's the Nature of the Beast unfortunately


Moto X Force
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