We can’t exactly expect people to give away free phones willy-nilly, so what’s the next best price? One penny! That’s how much e2save is charging for the Nokia 105, with an obligatory £10 O2 PAYG top-up.
With standby time of 840 hours, the Nokia 105 is an ideal emergency phone for drivers, or perhaps as a not-the-end-of-the-world-if-I-lose-it backup phone for festivalgoers.
Further Nokia 105 specs include a full numeric keypad (pick a number between 0 and 9; it’s there!), built-in flashlight and FM radio. Not bad for 1p.
(Thanks to antonappletom at HUKD)