Nokia N95 8GB for FREE on o2 (12 month contract) with 400 mins and 500 texts. £35 per month (term cost of £420) + £60 QuidCo (term cost of £360 after QuidCo)
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Nokia N95 8GB for FREE on o2 (12 month contract) with 400 mins and 500 texts. £35 per month (term cost of £420) + £60 QuidCo (term cost of £360 after QuidCo)

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Found 18th Jun 2008
Dial-A-Phone are giving the popular Nokia N95 8GB away for FREE when you sign up to the "o2 400 and 500 texts" plan. The contract is just 12 months (unlike many other N95 deals) and is priced at just £35 per month. If you purchase via QuidCo then you'll get £60 in cashback, bringing the cost for the entire year (including the free N95) down to just £360. That's £30 per month. The tariff's not that bad either. As the name suggests, you get 400 any time, any network minutes and 500 text messages every month. Next day delivery is also free of charge, but your handset will only be delivered next-day if you order before 1pm.

As far as I am aware, there's only one deal that's cheaper than this for the *8GB* Nokia N95, however it only works out slightly cheaper per month and the tariff is no where near as good as this.

The Nokia N95 8GB is an updated version of the standard N95. It has a larger screen now 2.8 inches, 8GB memory, an improved battery life and is dressed in black. With a 2-way slide mechanism, a numeric keypad slides out from one end while dedicated media keys slide out from the opposite direction, converting the display into full screen landscape mode. With built-in GPS and Nokia Maps application you can locate your current position at any time, find specific routes or locate services such as restaurants and hotels and covering more than 15 million points of interest. The 5 megapixel camera is one of the best cameras ever seen in a mobile phone and the N95 has a TV out port, enabling users to easily view photos and videos on a TV screen. The N95 is a 3G phone, which means fast web browsing, video streaming and music downloads.

***You will receive 3 months "free" insurance with this deal. REMEMBER to either opt-out or cancel it at the end of the 3 months, as it will cost you an unnecessary £5.99 per month after the trial period is over.***

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[center][size=6]]The Nokia N95 8GB @ Dial-A-Phone[/size]
[size=5]FREE on a 12 month contract[/size]

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[size=4]400 mins & 500 texts. Term cost of £360 for the year after QuidCo, including the free phone.[/size][/center]

I would seriously consider this deal (my contract is out in Dec) voted hot.

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mudds;2339586

I would seriously consider this deal (my contract is out in Dec) voted … I would seriously consider this deal (my contract is out in Dec) voted hot.



Good stuff. It's a powerful phone...

Shame the operating system looks like Windows 95

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JoeUK;2339853

Shame the operating system looks like Windows 95



I disagree.

great phone..i have the n95....
its a shame i took a new orange line out 3 days ago...otherwise this is perfect..money could be made..

this should come crashing down soon

ps; symbian is better than windows ;-)

This is a good deal but isn't it dialaphone who wont allow you to port in a number? If so it wont suit an awful lot of people, check before you buy people.

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i got mine from vodaphone with 700 mins 250 texts + £90 quidco 40pm , and sold phone for £300

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Paddy72;2340303

This is a good deal but isn't it dialaphone who wont allow you to port in … This is a good deal but isn't it dialaphone who wont allow you to port in a number? If so it wont suit an awful lot of people, check before you buy people.



Most retailers (in fact, I think it's *ALL* retailers) don't allow you to port to o2/Vodafone when buying online.

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