Would you buy a mobile for £1.00

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  1. tofo

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    I would,working on a construction site you'd be amazed at the demand for a no frills cheap phone.These state of the art touch screen smart phones look good but after a few weeks in a dusty wet gritty environment,most are badly scratched and near impossible to read the info on screen.
    At that price they are almost disposable!



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    Almost ?
     
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    Im with Vlad the Impecunious (£1) sounds a bit steep:Wink:
     
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    I got a new one off Tesco for £5 sim free, plan was to use it in Morocco..
    As it was I swopped it for something else as the internet on my ipad was so good.

    Also have a very cheap "bic" branded phone that i have for use in Spain. Looks a bit similar to that picture shown.. They have their use.... :thumb:
     
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    If the £10 is non expiring it would make a great backup in the glovebox. If you normally use a different service provider to O2 it could provide an alternative in low signal areas.:thumb:
     
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