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T mobile Nokia 5800 £7.50 a month on 24 month contract
T mobile Nokia 5800 £7.50 a month on 24 month contract

T mobile Nokia 5800 £7.50 a month on 24 month contract

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As a follow on from awt's deal a couple of days ago for the T mobile Pulse you can also get a Nokia 5800 for the same £7.50 which includes
100 texts
100 minutes call
unlimited internet
and a free booster (unlimited texts or unlimited t mobile to t mobile calls)

you have to phone them to get this price on 0800 956 2208

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I notice that voicemail calls are 12p a minute on t-mobile. Can you use your inclusive minutes for voicemail or would you always be charged for accessing voicemail?

Thanks

Original Poster

tgbyhn10;8672267

I notice that voicemail calls are 12p a minute on t-mobile. Can you use … I notice that voicemail calls are 12p a minute on t-mobile. Can you use your inclusive minutes for voicemail or would you always be charged for accessing voicemail?Thanks




it gets charged but there is a way around it, unless things have changed.. you can set up a pin number for your voicemail.. and if you have another contract phone with free calls you can call your T mobile phone, enter the pin and then listen to your mesages.. or the eaiest way is to switch off voicemail and just phone all your missed calls

well, interesting and practical for someone like me who only needs a phone for internet and email

but...for a 24 months contract with a phone like that, I guess it'd be a bit hard...
nevertheless, heat to you sir

horrible phone, and will NOT last 24 months.... mine died after 11 months.... and i wanted to throw it away after two...

Thanks.

So could I set up this phone so i can use all my pop3 e-mail accounts with it and it will use my wifi network when at home or the free t-mobile internet add on when I am out?

Would someone confirm that there would be no e-mail costs if I had the internet package add on?

Thanks

for free voicemail try hullomail.com. Beware that ur inclusice mins r used for diversion and retrieval as well...but if u have unlim landlone booster, its just free.......

kennyt;8672441

horrible phone, and will NOT last 24 months.... mine died after 11 … horrible phone, and will NOT last 24 months.... mine died after 11 months.... and i wanted to throw it away after two...


15 months and still going great mine.....not as great as iphone or desire but serves my purpose of browsing around 2 hours a day and watching iplayer programmes. I love this phone as i cant afford an iphone.

Once accidentally got the mobile dropped while getting off the car and it was raining.....realized my phone was missing and half an hour later i found it resting on a road while drizzling....was drenched in water....
i just removed the battery and put it next to a heater for a day and turned it on....Bingo and it still works 9 months after this......
Nokia's are always great.....

Just phoned them, had to wait five mins for them to stop laughing when i told them the £7.50 deal....minimum is £10 and you dont get a free booster or internet...........!!!!

Can't speak to longevity - only had mine a month - but I'm impressed by mine and find more uses for it every day; the free voice directed satnav program gets used all the time. The screen isn't as responsive as an iphone (need to use finger-nail-tip for immediate responsiveness) but then it's cheaper. If you can't get the £7.50 a month I went online via quidco and it tracked for £20 worth of cashback..

AFAIA, this deal is only for existing customers who wants to add an additional line on their account. I very much doubt this deal is available to new customers.

o_t_e;8672704

Can't speak to longevity - only had mine a month - but I'm impressed by … Can't speak to longevity - only had mine a month - but I'm impressed by mine and find more uses for it every day; the free voice directed satnav program gets used all the time. The screen isn't as responsive as an iphone (need to use finger-nail-tip for immediate responsiveness) but then it's cheaper. If you can't get the £7.50 a month I went online via quidco and it tracked for £20 worth of cashback..



Is sat nav free for all ? I am on dolphin package and 'comes with music'

Hi - it's from nokia rather than a particular provider so I should think so - just do a google search for "nokia ovi maps" and there should be a download link somewhere...

baldude;8672764

AFAIA, this deal is only for existing customers who wants to add an … AFAIA, this deal is only for existing customers who wants to add an additional line on their account. I very much doubt this deal is available to new customers.




me and my frnds are new customers who got this deal on pulse... so i think it depends to whom u speak...

heat added.... to let ppl know that they have a choice of two phones:thumbsup:..

@Captain Hook
I wouldn’t have thought that a touch screen phone is very practical considering your disability!
I fear I'll be walking the plank for suggesting that. :pirate:

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Agharta;8675073

@Captain HookI wouldn’t have thought that a touch screen phone is very p … @Captain HookI wouldn’t have thought that a touch screen phone is very practical considering your disability! I fear I'll be walking the plank for suggesting that. :pirate:



Arrr there be an App for that ;-)

Original Poster

awt;8674964

me and my frnds are new customers who got this deal on pulse... so i … me and my frnds are new customers who got this deal on pulse... so i think it depends to whom u speak...



Got to agree with that, I phoned for the Pulse and was offered this one and I only had a PAYG with T mobile about 5 years ago

I got this phone a week ago instore but on the £10 contract. Only got the internet booster and the girl said she "couldn't" give me a free second booster which my mate had got by ordering through customer sales. Also, to rub salt in the wounds my missus phoned up and got the same deal as me but for £7.50. So i am paying the same as my mate and getting less, and paying more than my missus and getting the same.

I am now thinking that i should phone up and either demand the extra booster or get them to honour the £7.50... am I expecting too much?!

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MX5 Matt;8696211

I got this phone a week ago instore but on the £10 contract. Only got the … I got this phone a week ago instore but on the £10 contract. Only got the internet booster and the girl said she "couldn't" give me a free second booster which my mate had got by ordering through customer sales. Also, to rub salt in the wounds my missus phoned up and got the same deal as me but for £7.50. So i am paying the same as my mate and getting less, and paying more than my missus and getting the same. I am now thinking that i should phone up and either demand the extra booster or get them to honour the £7.50... am I expecting too much?!



don't you get a cooling off period on a new contract?

Captain Hook;8701433

don't you get a cooling off period on a new contract?



Apparently not Hook! My google searches have been fruitless. I checked on the back of my contract and there is plenty of jargon re cancelling contract but no specifics about a cooling off period. I even searched the forums on T-mob and the moderators all agreed that if you buy via phone/web you get 7 days but if bought instore then NOTHING! A militant friend of mine claims that every legal contract must have a cooling off period, but presumably as I have signed the contract that means i have agreed to their T&Cs.

I think my best bet is to call them and try to get them to either drop my DD to £7.50 or get them to give me the extra booster. I'd be happy either way, which probably means i'll get neither!!! :x

I have a cunning plan B if the above fails!! :thumbsup:

Don't use the short cut to use the voicemail,

just call your own number, it uses the inclusive minutes so u will only get charged if u have no minutes left :thumbsup:

i end up spending like £4 a month just listening to voicemails

Guys,

This deal is incorrect in that you wont get the internet unless it is your chosen booster. Free internet is only available on the android handsets as being seperate from the boosters offereed, as explained to me by both the tmobile website and the customer services guy when i called up.

I got my pulse a couple of days ago - its a better fone than the 5800.

Haroon123;8723558

Guys,I got my pulse a couple of days ago - its a better fone than the … Guys,I got my pulse a couple of days ago - its a better fone than the 5800.



Not according to the T-mobile website impartial reviews reevoo link it's not
Pulse 7.8/10
5800 8.5/10

I'm typing this on a Pulse from last week's offer.

In reply to an earlier poster, you DO get a 7 day cooling off period.

Looking for a touch phone - this seems like a good deal.
Am I better off with PAYG or pay monthly - any ideas?
Will rep

Shocking phone internet closes down all the time at random moments mine has not lasted 6 months

Will be lucky to last the length of the contract from my experience

HesFamily4;8723923

Looking for a touch phone - this seems like a good deal.Am I better off … Looking for a touch phone - this seems like a good deal.Am I better off with PAYG or pay monthly - any ideas?Will rep



With a web-capable smartphone like this, you're surely better off with a low-cost monthly contract which comes with an unlimited data/web allowance compared to PAYG? I've been playing with Apps and email on my Pulse over the past week with no worries about the cost. Each to their own.

Kirajai;8723382

Don't use the short cut to use the voicemail, just call your own number, … Don't use the short cut to use the voicemail, just call your own number, it uses the inclusive minutes so u will only get charged if u have no minutes left :thumbsup:



Not any more. They have closed that loophole and all calls to voicemail are charged. I use the Hullomail method mentioned earlier in the thread.

Marty1981;8723957

Shocking phone internet closes down all the time at random moments mine … Shocking phone internet closes down all the time at random moments mine has not lasted 6 monthsWill be lucky to last the length of the contract from my experience



I am 16 months into my contract and my 5800 is going strong and have had no issues with it whatsoever. I would have no hesitation taking another contract with this phone.

terriclarkfan;8723961

With a web-capable smartphone like this, you're surely better off with a … With a web-capable smartphone like this, you're surely better off with a low-cost monthly contract which comes with an unlimited data/web allowance compared to PAYG? I've been playing with Apps and email on my Pulse over the past week with no worries about the cost. Each to their own.



Thanks for that, have repped.
Am I better off with this or the Pulse?
Currently with Virgin.

Haroon123;8723558

Guys,This deal is incorrect in that you wont get the internet unless it … Guys,This deal is incorrect in that you wont get the internet unless it is your chosen booster. Free internet is only available on the android handsets as being seperate from the boosters offereed, as explained to me by both the tmobile website and the customer services guy when i called up.I got my pulse a couple of days ago - its a better fone than the 5800.



This is true, I ordered the nokia 5800 yesterday, it does not come with the internet booster unless you pick it, I cancelled my ordered and re-ordered the T-mobile Pulse with 100 mins, unlimted text and unlimted internet for £7.50!!

How does this catch up with an iphone, as good, or does it still have 100s of buttons?

mmm_AB;8724362

How does this catch up with an iphone, as good, or does it still have … How does this catch up with an iphone, as good, or does it still have 100s of buttons?



Not as good, but a third of the price.

mmm_AB;8724362

How does this catch up with an iphone, as good, or does it still have … How does this catch up with an iphone, as good, or does it still have 100s of buttons?



it does everything I need to to do. Music quality is great played through my car's MP3 socket, even through the built in speakers it is good. Camera is poor though, internet seems fine. For £7.50 a month it's a steal. Not an iPhone, nowhere near it but works for me.

Don't suppose anyone has asked about the X6 when calling?

Great phone for the money, GPS,3.5g,decent web browser,great music quality, radio, iplayer, wifi
mines lasting well

hi all,

re unlimited boosters on T-mobile. Android phones are classed as 'always on' internet devices. so T-mobile include unlimited data in the base contract packages. you then also get to choose another booster. the nokia 5800 is not classed in this way and you just get to choose any 1 of the boosters as part of your contract.

check it out for yourselves on their website, just put any android phone in the basket and it'll automatically include the internet booster & ask you to choose another. put a normal phone in the basket and....no internet.

i bought the samsung galaxy portal (android) from t-mobile a couple of months ago with free internet & choice of another booster.

Just something that might be of use to someone considering this, my 5800 has been going strong for about 16 months, no probs, great voice sat nav for the car with ovi maps, web surfing is fine for me - music is great, standard headphone jack, BUT best of all is my battery time, I get a good week out of a charge, still, obviously heavy usage shortens this, but it really does have great battery life compared to most smartphones. Hope this helps. Oh, also the speakers are remarkably good, I often listen to podcasts whilst in the bath (phone just on the floor) and sometimes in a shirt pocket while walking the dog if I dont fancy headphones.

Pagemaster;8727072

Just something that might be of use to someone considering this, my 5800 … Just something that might be of use to someone considering this, my 5800 has been going strong for about 16 months, no probs, great voice sat nav for the car with ovi maps, web surfing is fine for me - music is great, standard headphone jack, BUT best of all is my battery time, I get a good week out of a charge, still, obviously heavy usage shortens this, but it really does have great battery life compared to most smartphones. Hope this helps. Oh, also the speakers are remarkably good, I often listen to podcasts whilst in the bath (phone just on the floor) and sometimes in a shirt pocket while walking the dog if I dont fancy headphones.



I've had my nokia 5800 since it was launched and I agree with everything above.

I have however just upgraded to an htc desire and the web browsing experience is in a completely different league. The 5800 is ok for limited browsing but is much much slower than the current gen of phones. It knocks spots off the desire for music playback though.

Obviously the 5800 cannot be compared to the desire, especially at this price, but I thought it was worth noting that its web browsing is not that good by todays standards, although adequate if you don't mind it being very slow

Having said that at £7.50 per month you are genuinely getting the phone for free so this is a very nice deal

its web browsing is not that good by todays standards

Download Opera mini for yr 5800. It's free. It's so good that plenty of iPhone users use it on their iPhones. Considered by many to be the best mobile browser available.

Camera is poor though

I think it's pretty good. Not great in low light of course but way better than my old (famously good for its day) SE k750i camera.

funkygal;8724134

This is true, I ordered the nokia 5800 yesterday, it does not come with … This is true, I ordered the nokia 5800 yesterday, it does not come with the internet booster unless you pick it, I cancelled my ordered and re-ordered the T-mobile Pulse with 100 mins, unlimted text and unlimted internet for £7.50!!



let me know ur t-mobile number they match for me plus u get £25 + unlimited t-mobile to t-mobile
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