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golemsmate Posts: 442

Im looking for a new contract and i saw advertisements for the N97 and well it looks very nice! only thing that made me worry while playing with it was the space bar button was slightly small? Does anybody know if its good or not? from personal experience or just web reviews.

And i would like to know if o2 sell the phone? I'd need to go into the shop because i have the o2 open scheme which gives me 30% off, which leads me onto my final question, on a 35 a month contract using o2 open scheme would i just get charged 20 each month or get charged 35 a month then given the discount in quidco style?

cheers for helpin people!
phil
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Posted: 2009-07-14 01:17:40
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aloukay Posts: 192

in general the n97 is the best phone nokia had ever made cos it is a phone and a laptop at the same time so i strongly reconemd it u ll find it very useful and about o2 no u wont pay 20 cos the 30 % off is for the devices u bty from them

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Posted: 2009-07-14 02:07:26
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golemsmate Posts: 442

the 30% off it says its for a contract

Great news! O2 Open will allow you to get huge savings on mobile deals with O2.


Specifically you'll be able to get:

30% off pay monthly line rental (not including the new iphone 3G S)

20 off Pay and Go handsets over 80.

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Posted: 2009-07-14 12:22:09
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Daedalus85 Posts: > 500

O2 Open is indeed 30% off the contract, so a 35/month contract becomes 24.50 a month.


And no, O2 are not going to be doing the N97. Please be aware, you can only add O2 Open via O2 shops, NOT via Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4 U.
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Posted: 2009-07-14 19:32:33
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golemsmate Posts: 442

dam! its the only phone i want at the moment... i was waiting for a reply off you Daedalus85 because i remember u work there

there wouldnt be any way to get it from o2 then?
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Posted: 2009-07-14 20:20:18
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aasimtom Posts: 165

I guess O2's decision is to sell more iphones and N97's exclusion is a proof. They did the same with N96 but after some time they decided to put it on sales. So wait and see, they may change their mind in the near future.
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Posted: 2009-07-14 20:31:41
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Bonovox Posts: > 500

I seen one of these phones live in Vodafone store. Its stunning.
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Posted: 2009-07-14 20:51:00
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