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Nokia N86 £9.99 cost then £15 a month on 2 year [email protected]
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Nokia N86 £9.99 cost then £15 a month on 2 year [email protected]

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The gorgeous Nokia N86 slide phone is a multimedia powerhouse and photographer's dream. Featuring an advanced 8.0 megapixel camera with a super wide-angle Carl Zeiss lens, a powerful dual LED flash and Autofocus, the N86 delivers great looking pictures whatever the conditions.

Share and upload your photos to the web whilst the built-in GPS receiver allows geo-tagging of your photos with location data and aGPS shows where you are via the included Nokia Maps application.

The Nokia N86 8MP uses the Symbian operating system and also features 8GB of internal memory, a built in MP3 and video player, FM transmitter, 3.5mm headphone jack, HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity and Bluetooth. With a scratch-resistant 2.6-inch AMOLED screen, dual slide mechanism, kickstand and sophisticated case detailing the N86 8MP is Nokia's classiest snapper yet!

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Original Poster

Can you find this phone for less?
Please explain cold voting.

:pHeat added - good deal, great phone

As I guess it's connected to a specific network, didn't you think of mentioning which it is??

Some of us wouldn't touch certain networks.

Original Poster

equalityforall;7945889

As I guess it's connected to a specific network, didn't you think of … As I guess it's connected to a specific network, didn't you think of mentioning which it is??Some of us wouldn't touch certain networks.



Ok sorry.Its not rocket sience just click on the button GO TO DEAL

andy5and;7945703

Please explain cold voting.



2 year contract will be why (i havent voted)

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emad;7945993

http://www.virginmobile.com/vm/viewProduct.do?productId=7C16E3D3-2CB8-4525-9638-B8CD9D7BD272&catalogue=online



This is £18 a month and Virgin charge 30 pence per day for internet.
Chose internet bolt on with T Mobile for free

andy5and;7945703

Can you find this phone for less?.



if you buy it sim free for £299.19 delivered from
theorder.co.uk/sim…N86

That is cheaper than this horribly long 2 year contract at £15 a month + £9.99-totalling - £369.99

granted you dont get the minutes, but if people just want the phone, buy it sim free!!

andy5and;7945703

Can you find this phone for less?Please explain cold voting.



the Virgin deal works out @ £324.00
this deal works out @ £369.99

Virgin = 150mins 500texts UNLTD web @ £18 per month for 18 months

T-Mobile = 300 mins UNLTD texts UNLTD web @ £15.00 pm + £9.99

For me, the Virgin deal would be more appealing as the mins/texts would suit my
needs, AND it is only a 18 month contract, which as per the norm would be available
for a renewal after 16 months.

The T-Mobile deal, albeit being a better tariff, I would stay clear of due to the 24month contract,
which, I would assume, would be availabe for renewal after 22months?

andy5and;7946022

This is £18 a month and Virgin charge 30 pence per day for internet.Chose … This is £18 a month and Virgin charge 30 pence per day for internet.Chose internet bolt on with T Mobile for free



The 30p charge depends on the tariff you chose, the £18pm 150mins 500texts comes
with unlimited web free.

p.s. if you have Virgin broadband/tv etc you would qualify for 2 months free of charge and upgrade from 500texts to unlimited texts.
Which would bring the Virgin deal down to £288, giving you 150mins UNLTDtexts & UNLIMTDweb

I was looking at these the other day, with a view to cheapest contract with internet.

Seeing this thread just reminded me to have another look and noticed this;
buymobilephones.net/mob…9,8

Same phone, but with £25 auto cashback and no purchase cost but only 18 month contract?

Total cost for phone and contract over 18 months is £335 which is obviously more per month to start with for less minutes but cheaper overall if you really don't like a 24 month contract?

Don't forget, which I know you can't count on, but there is also a little bit of quidco/topcashback available, think it's £25 which all helps.

I know this won't be of interest to some, just trying to help.
Hope it does.

dont understand... why cold?

drskm;7955241

dont understand... why cold?



2 year contract is obviously putting people off.....?

excellent phone at a good monthly price on a decent tariff, but2 years is sooooo long for a contract phone IMO

but I think folks would prefer to pay slightly more (i.e. the Virgin £18 deal) to get a shorter contract...?
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