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Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Best deals: True Value of Your Hard Earned Money

Increasing demand of mobile phones are showing that it has come a long way since past. Today many mobile companies have brought different types of well advanced mobile phones equipped with marvellous features. In order to increase the selling, the companies like Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson etc are offering various cost-effective plans or economic price on purchasing mobile phones.

Purchasing new futuristic range of mobile phones will be greatly benefited with huge range of free gifts and discount offers. To avail best deal and offers, you need to toi up with various network service providers like Orange, O2, T-Mobile, Vodafone, Virgin and Three. Some of the best and cheap deals provided to the customers by these providers are Pay as you go deals, contract mobile phone deals and Sim free deals etc.

In Pay as you go deal, you need to credit your phone in advance. You need not to pay monthly payments of the monthly rentals and thus you can recharge it as per your need. The deal is quite beneficial for those who travel frequently. There are a number of mobile brands which are offering this deal through network providers to their consumers.

Contract mobile phone deal is another deal that is offered to the mobile users by the well-recognised companies which can be availed visiting many service providers of UK. This deal is having some sorts of obligations to be followed, like users need to sign a contract for a specific period of time with the carrier network. The services offered are awesome and not limited by the credits. Some entrancing gifts offered to the users are free TV, laptops, free games, instant cash back and many more. Traffic plans, low call rates, free messages, reduced call rates, free line rental., etc are other delightful benefits that come along with this deal help in saving your monthly budget.

SIM free phone deal provides mobile phones at very cheap rates compared with others as the phone come excluding sim cards. The phone work on all networks as it does not have Sim card in it. Hence, there is liberty to choose any network. Those who are making frequent travelling to another country can swap his sim with the one available in that country and as well can save international roaming charges.

You can easily seek all types of best deals visiting websites online. So, feel free to avail the most options available in the market today.

Friday, September 21, 2007

Nokia N95: all set to start a new competition between many-purpose phones !

Coming in a weight of 120 gm and thickness of 21 mm, Nokia N95 is certainly not the heaviest and biggest of all mobile phones around. But its feature assemblage makes it do light works of many a big sounding gadgets. It comes with an intuitive dual slide-up mechanism and packs a powerful punch in terms of delivering performance.

Besides its sophisticated look, this 3G slider handset is endowed with a big and intuitive display, which can support up to 16 million colours. In terns of features and their performance, this HSDPA enabled device supports dynamic Quad-Band GSM network, enabling you to stay connected across the globe. Then there are supports for GPRS, EDGE, and Bluetooth. Surf the net with the speed of light any where any time now!

This all-rounder phone comes equipped with a 5 mega pixels digital camera, supported by Carl Zeiss optics. Now enjoy photography with the ultimate options on offer from this device. Add to all, the device can play all your favourite music tracks. It comes with a superb music player that support music files in several file formats such as MP3, AAC, AAC+, and WMA.

Along with a stunning user interface and powerful 3D graphics, Nokia N95 comes with a perfect integration of form and functionalities, making stand taller than any of the stand-alone gadgets like PDA’S, music players or digital cameras. Nokia N95 is based on Symbian OS 60 and comes with a perfect blend of entertainment and business applications in one entity.

In spite of its long list of features when it amazes one to see this phone in such a light avatar, it not only proves its worth as pocket friendly phone in real literary terms, Nokia N95 comes in store with many for the future too.

Saturday, September 08, 2007

Nokia 6300 – revelry for first time users...

Nokia 6300 is an entry level phone, designed to do the basics. And considering the fact, it is rather pleasant to see that the phone comes in a stylish package – making it not dull, but quite appropriate for the contemporary users. The phone brings back the memories of the good old handsets that were 'oblivion' to 'breaking'. It comes wrapped in matt, stainless steel and gloss black surface, with fine polish and good finish. It's slim 12mm deep and light enough to be easily carried around.

Nokia 6300 comes with a full array of standard phone features such as: 1000-entry phone book, speed dialling and voice commands. The voice quality is good, and even in noisy surrounding it performs quite satisfactorily. Despite being a base model, the Nokia 6300 comes with couple of multimedia capabilities. It has a 2 MP camera, Mp3 player and a FM player. The camera captures images at up to 1600x1200 and has a number of effects, a night mode, the ability to adjust white balance and a 10 second self-timer. The music interface remains same as other handsets of Nokia. Basic play options include random and repeat, while seven preset equaliser options allow users to tweak the sound. The Nokia 6300 also includes Bluetooth with Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), to wirelessly stream music to a compatible pair of Bluetooth headphones. The controls of the handset has good tactile feedback, while the keypad is large for comfortable typing. When pressed, both the keypad and controls light up thanks to a soft blue backlight.

The Nokia 6300 uses Series 40 user interface. Operating the Menu system is simple, and one can view the menu as icons or list.As far as the battery life is concerned, the Nokia 6300 boasts of 3.5 hours of talk time and up to 336 hours of standby time.