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Sony Ericsson W880i Silver from £79.95 PAYG
Sony Ericsson W880i Silver from £79.95 PAYG

Sony Ericsson W880i Silver from £79.95 PAYG

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Just seen the Sony Ericsson W880i in Silver for £79.95 from Phones4u online, which is a good price, must buy £10 airtime.

Thin walkman phone with great features.

Hope this is useful.

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Looks Like a deal to me. Its on T-mobile site @ £130.

Is it being voted cold because theres a better price out there?

WantOne;2070256

Looks Like a deal to me. Its on T-mobile site @ £130. Is it being voted … Looks Like a deal to me. Its on T-mobile site @ £130. Is it being voted cold because theres a better price out there?



Just checked ]mobilecontracts.net and nothing cheaper for PAYG so heat from me :-D

who knows- if only people voting cold would give a reason-or say where it can be found cheaper
in my first post i posted something >£100 cheaper that i could find anywhere else. it was quickly voted cold despite some positive responses. not one post told us where it could be found cheaper! it doesnt really encourage people to share. all the best to op -a good first post.-a cracking phone at a good price

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even cheaper at dial a phone 79.99+5 pounds credit required. use 5 percent code to reduce the price to 80 pounds. Don't forget Quidco.

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Price should me ammended to £89.95 as buying the air-time is mandatory

WantOne;2070256

Looks Like a deal to me. Its on T-mobile site @ £130. Is it being voted … Looks Like a deal to me. Its on T-mobile site @ £130. Is it being voted cold because theres a better price out there?


Two reasons,
One, you can't buy it for £79.95 only £89.95 with voucher, now some may say voucher is free airtime credit. But if you went to buy a car for £15K and then they said it is £16K but we have added satnav, you wouldn't think it was £15K would you?
So always include the total cost as this always ****** people off, especially went 99% don't want the free credit as it is of no use to them.
Two, the £79.95 deal is out of stock and the other networks are all more expensive, so basically it has expired at this price.
BTW, I haven't voted it cold, only just seen it, but that would be my take on it.

charikaar;2070435

even cheaper at dial a phone 79.99+5 pounds credit required. use 5 … even cheaper at dial a phone 79.99+5 pounds credit required. use 5 percent code to reduce the price to 80 pounds. Don't forget Quidco.



Quidco doesn't pay for Dial a phone Pay as you go phones, does it? Please shine some light.

EDIT: Ooops It does give £5.

This seems like a good deal to me, and it seems to be available again.
I'd vote hot if I could, sorry
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