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Posted by Harjeet September 13, 2010 09:52

The Nokia N8 is due for release in upcoming weeks, and many retailers have published the prices they will be selling the smartphone for. For anyone who has a budget with the price they are willing to spend, Tesco might be the best option.

Because of the popularity of phones such as Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android range, Nokia have been falling behind in delivering what customers are looking for. But with the imminent release of the N8, the mobile phone world is excited once more and many loyal Nokia fans are getting ready to recycle mobile phones in order to buy this new model.

And for those who don’t want to spend a large amount, the supermarket giant has a cheaper option for money-conscious Brits. If you were to buy it from Tesco SIM-free it would cost £100 less than buying it direct from Nokia.

The Symbian^3-powered handset costs £429 if you were to buy it from the Finnish manufacturers, but Tesco have slashed the price of that quite dramatically, selling it for £329. That extra £100 could come in handy elsewhere.

However, there is one flaw. Buying it from Tesco means you’ll have to use the Tesco Network, but considering they share the same network as O2 it’s not too much trouble, especially if you consider how much money you’ll be saving.

The N8 is also available on O2, Vodafone and T-Mobile on contract, and if you want the phone for free expect to pay around £35 a month on a twenty-four month contract. Although if you want it SIM-free, pay cash for mobile phone and don’t worry about being tied down for two years.

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