Free Nokia Lumia 820, Orange, 100 mins, unlimited texts, 500MB data, £20.50PM 24M @ Tesco

Free Nokia Lumia 820, Orange, 100 mins, unlimited texts, 500MB data, £20.50PM 24M @ TescoGet this Nokia Lumia 820 contract deal @ Tesco

We posted a SIM free deal for the Nokia Lumia 820 the other day, but not everyone has £380 down the back of the couch. If you’d rather grab the Nokia Lumia 820 on contract, check out this deal from Tesco. At £20.50PM over 24 months, that’s £492 total.

The monthly Orange allowance includes 100 minutes and 500MB of data, or 200 minutes and 100MB of data. Unlimited texts in either case.

Also comes with the free wireless charging plate.

Free delivery.

(Thanks to merk25 at HUKD)

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matt101101 / MOD  Nov. 3, 2012 at 14:47

Minus £380 for the phone, the contract works out at £4.66 per month, if anyone wanted to know.

lcurdie / MOD  Nov. 3, 2012 at 15:02

Nice work, Mattheus :)

matt101101 / MOD  Nov. 3, 2012 at 15:10

Cheers, I guess if you were really feeling like rationalising you could knock another £30-40 off (totalling £410-420) for the wireless charging dock. That'd make the contract £3.00-3.41 per month.

Pondlife  Nov. 3, 2012 at 15:24

Not sure who you'd be able to sell it to as they all seem to be coming with them. Technically you'd take that cost off both anyway as both come with dock.

Definitely better value than the sim free one anyway.. plus clubcard points each month

matt101101 / MOD  Nov. 3, 2012 at 15:30

Not sure who you'd be able to sell it to as they all seem to be coming with them. Technically you'd take that cost off both anyway as both come with dock.

Definitely better value than the sim free one anyway.. plus clubcard points each month

Ahh, didn't realise the SIM Free one came with the dock, I guess my second load of maths can be disregarded then :p.

I don't shop at Tesco, are Clubcard points really that much of a bonus? Nectar points at Sainsbury's are pretty much f*ck all useless unless you spend thousands of pounds.

JanSt / MOD  Nov. 4, 2012 at 15:38

This one is sim-free, too, right?
Didn't Nokia say the new Lumias were ALL unlocked?

Pondlife  Nov. 4, 2012 at 15:48

I don't shop at Tesco, are Clubcard points really that much of a bonus? Nectar points at Sainsbury's are pretty much f*ck all useless unless you spend thousands of pounds.

I don't really know but people seem keen on them. Saw someone use the vouchers doubled up on the voucher exchange to get a £95 purchase of clothes down to £15 last night though. Not keen on supermarket tracking my purchasing.

This one is sim-free, too, right?
Didn't Nokia say the new Lumias were ALL unlocked?


Well it might be unlocked but not sim free per se.
Not sure, in one of the other threads on here said that the 920 on sale at ee couldn't be used out of the ee/o/tm networks though

JanSt / MOD  Nov. 4, 2012 at 16:01

Odd... I have to check, by I clearly recall them boasting how the Lumias would be perfect business phones "easily change sims when travelling" etc etc....

Mind you - there was a time when ALL winmo phones were sim-unlocked for that very reason.

Pondlife  Nov. 4, 2012 at 16:08

Could just be that p4u are confused
4th comment
http://www.mobot.net/phones-4u-nokia-lumia-920-3g-tariffs

JanSt / MOD  Nov. 4, 2012 at 18:28

Rather odd. Maybe Nokia had no bargaining power?

Pondlife  Nov. 4, 2012 at 20:35

Maybe that was only way ee would pay to get it exclusive to start or maybe p4u are just wrong.
Or maybe they've confused it as only 4g on ee?

AhmadCentral  Nov. 4, 2012 at 23:25

You can also get a free xperia t on this tariff as well

matt101101 / MOD  Nov. 5, 2012 at 02:34

Or maybe they've confused it as only 4g on ee?
Most likely, IMHO.

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