The highly popular Windows Phone from Nokia, the Nokia 710, as been made affordable by a lot of UK tariffs, making the phone available from sub £200, but now at Carphone Warehouse, is now on offer for just £129.95+£10 top up.
Purchase an Internet Booster for £5 and get 500MB Internet for 30 days. Text MONTHWEB to 441 to purchase from credit.
International plan: get 60 minutes for calls abroad with every £10 top-up Talk plan: top-up £10 a month and get 100 minutes to UK numbers Text plan: top-up £10 a month and get unltd texts to UK mobile numbers
Passport: take your UK price plan abroad with you Vodafone Family: free call between 4 people when 1 person pay £5 per month Vodafone Top-Up and Get Talk:extra 1000 minutes to Vodafone number for 30 days with £10 top-up
My O2: set automatic top ups to be triggered when their credit reaches a specific amount O2 Rewards: 5% cash back on all top-ups for the first 6 months, then 10% thereafter O2 Priority: Get priority treatment at O2 venues.
Back in January when Nokia first announced their first Pureview phone, everyone assumed that this phone will run the Symbian Belle operating system, but most people interested didn’t care, and really were interested in the 41 mega pixel camera on offer.
But however the Finnish group did however state that this device WOULD be making it’s way over to the Windows Phone platform after all, and if this does happen, this would be a huge boost for Microsoft and Windows Phone.
You happy this phone is making its way over to Windows Phone?
I’ve been a fan of the Android OS since I got my HTC Wildfire over a year ago. And to be honest, all the other operating systems didn’t really get to me. I already owned an iPod Touch with iOS 5. I love it, there’s no need for an iPhone in my opinion. And then there’s Windows Phone. Which I always thought was all of the phones we’re too expensive for what they are. Yes, iPhone’s are plus £500 nowadays. But we’re use to that anyway. I decided to sell my HTC Wildfire for £60, as the phone was becoming really sluggish and hard to use now. So I just thought that all I need to do is upgrade to a new Android device. Which was going to be the Samsung Galaxy Ace.
Now, James, our Administrator already has this device, and it seems to work great, but It was hard not to join the WP7 bandwagon, as everyone seemed to like it and be in on it. Then recently, I saw Nokia’s latest WP7 handset, the Lumia 710, and also on my preferred network, Vodafone. Which I have been using since my HTC Wildfire. The phone was an amazing £150, on PAYG. Which just seemed too good to be true! And this one had a 1.4GHz processor, 8GB Memory, 3.7″ screen, and of course, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS. So I went into Vodafone and decided to pick one of these up.
I love it, I so much prefer this device over any Android device I’ve owned/seen. Even my uncle’s new Samsung Galaxy SII. And this phone is just a joy t0 use. And that is how and why I decided to switch to Windows Phone 7.