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Old 04-09-2007, 08:16 AM
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What is the best deal on the N95

Iíve got my N95 on O2s online 30 tariff, £30 p/m in line rental + £7.50 in insurance + VAT gets me 400min and 1000 text plus the phone for free.

This was the cheapest deal I could find.

Anyone know of any better deals out there?
I have 1 week left to change my mind so if anyone could point me in the direction of something cheaper before Iím locked into my 18 month contract Iíd much appreciate it.

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Old 04-09-2007, 09:40 AM
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O2 are my favorite operator and would always look to them first, however, the best deal I could find came from T-Mobile.

It was their cheapest "Flext" option which gives you a monthly allowance of £34 to spend on calls and text - that costs you £20 PM

I had to add to that the optional £7.50 per month for the unlimited web browsing

So there you go, £27.50 per moth, 18 months - true unlimited web browsing

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Old 04-09-2007, 10:59 AM
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I upgraded my contract with THREE.

Handset cost £50.00

Monthly contract of £28.00 includes £180.00 credit per month to spend on UK Moblie/Landline numbers, Texts & Picture Texts.

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Old 04-09-2007, 01:41 PM
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i think it is very relevant to mention the period of the contract!

mine is a 12 month contract on orange, 35/month, 400 min 200 sms, phone for free.
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Old 10-09-2007, 02:28 PM
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Just ordered an N95 from Phones4U online with TMobile - £35/month for 12 month contract, but 1st 6 months 1/2 price (i.e. £105 back, total cost for 1st year £315, then free to switch to SIM-only deal)

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Edit: - oops, correction, it's on Orange Dolphin 35

And thanks for the warning, Tonk3h, I bought a couple of SE W810i's for wife & daughter just over a year ago on 12 month contracts, 11 months cashback (no-brainer, really!) through onestopphoneshop.com (aka carphone warehouse) and have so far got all the cashback cheques through!!! You just have to be on the ball and diary the dates when you send your redemption slips in (and once I've got my N95 it'll do that for me lol)

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Old 10-09-2007, 02:58 PM
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Just ordered an N95 from Phones4U online with TMobile - £35/month for 12 month contract, but 1st 6 months 1/2 price (i.e. £105 back, total cost for 1st year £315, then free to switch to SIM-only deal)

Pete
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Old 10-09-2007, 03:44 PM
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O2 are my favorite operator and would always look to them first, however, the best deal I could find came from T-Mobile.

It was their cheapest "Flext" option which gives you a monthly allowance of £34 to spend on calls and text - that costs you £20 PM

I had to add to that the optional £7.50 per month for the unlimited web browsing

So there you go, £27.50 per moth, 18 months - true unlimited web browsing
If you read into it, web n walk ISN'T unlimited. I believe the £7.50 option is 1gb a month.

I Believe they currently have a "soft" enforcement policy on it though.

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Old 10-09-2007, 04:00 PM
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If your in the UK, there is no such thing as unlimited data packages. I challenge anyone to prove me wrong, and beware the Terms and Conditions which will often say an 'unlimited' package is subject to a FUP (Fair Usage Policy).
 

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