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new phone

Discussion in 'Personal' started by slippeddisc, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. slippeddisc

    slippeddisc New commenter

    I am a bit of a technophobe after a bit of advice.
    My old pay as you go phone is on it's last legs. The battery life has gone down to rubbish and it is scratched and battered.
    I want to get a new phone. Probably pay as you go as I don't like the idea of being tied down for 2 years to a contract.
    I want it for phoning, texting and photos and maybe a bit of internet. A few fancy pants things would go down well but it would have to be easy to use! I would love to keep my old phone number (orange sim card) and have about £40 in my orange phone fund.
    Any ideas? I hate going into phone shops because I don't know what they are talking about. I am willing to pay about £100 if it gets me something good. I would love some suggestions.
     
  2. slippeddisc

    slippeddisc New commenter

    I am a bit of a technophobe after a bit of advice.
    My old pay as you go phone is on it's last legs. The battery life has gone down to rubbish and it is scratched and battered.
    I want to get a new phone. Probably pay as you go as I don't like the idea of being tied down for 2 years to a contract.
    I want it for phoning, texting and photos and maybe a bit of internet. A few fancy pants things would go down well but it would have to be easy to use! I would love to keep my old phone number (orange sim card) and have about £40 in my orange phone fund.
    Any ideas? I hate going into phone shops because I don't know what they are talking about. I am willing to pay about £100 if it gets me something good. I would love some suggestions.
     
  3. Nokia X3 Touch and Type

    Available on the orange pay-as-you-go web site
     

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