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Nokia X6 16GB White on O2 £21.62 @ dialaphone
Nokia X6 16GB White on O2 £21.62 @ dialaphone

Nokia X6 16GB White on O2 £21.62 @ dialaphone

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£20/month 18 months
100 Minutes
Unlimited Texts
Phone: £29.07
Works out £21.62/Month

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Plus £30 cashback via topcashback: topcashback.co.uk/dia…ne/ :thumbsup:

Though DO NOT count on it :x , My claim has NEVER showed up yet !!! :x

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Saw that also but decided not to put it on cos its always done the same to me

have to say quidco tracked really quickly for me...and paid out

Anyone have one of these X6's? I'm toying with upgrading my 5800 for one - is it worth it?

Saben;8263134

Anyone have one of these X6's? I'm toying with upgrading my 5800 for one … Anyone have one of these X6's? I'm toying with upgrading my 5800 for one - is it worth it?



Unless you cannot get on with the resistive screen of the 5800 then really I wouldn't bother, thats about the only useful thing it has, besides a higher MP camera, but who really takes camera quality seriously on Mobile Phones?

Also it has no memory upgrade slot, although has 32GB internal memory. If you can live without a capacitive screen I would keep your 5800 and if you haven't already, buy a 16GB Micro SD card and wait for the ridiculous prices on 32GB Micro SD cards to fall.

cicobuff;8263246

Unless you cannot get on with the resistive screen of the 5800 then … Unless you cannot get on with the resistive screen of the 5800 then really I wouldn't bother, thats about the only useful thing it has, besides a higher MP camera, but who really takes camera quality seriously on Mobile Phones?Also it has no memory upgrade slot, although has 32GB internal memory. If you can live without a capacitive screen I would keep your 5800 and if you haven't already, buy a 16GB Micro SD card and wait for the ridiculous prices on 32GB Micro SD cards to fall.



Thanks, I did a little reading on the comparisions and they're pretty much inline with what you say

Only £15 a month with O2. 100 mins and unlimited texts. Free phone over 24 months.

Or you can get 50 minutes, Unlimited Texts and pay £50 for the phone on a £10 a month contract (24 months)
Works out at £290, so just over £10 a month vs your deal which costs £390, for 50 extra minutes and a shorter contract, but if you get a cheaper deal overall on a longer contract it is much better

Just rang O2 and got offered 300 mins, unlimited texts at £15 a month for 24 months. A good dealas far as i'm concerned.
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