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Vodafone UK Nokia Lumia 800 price and pre-order page

It has only been a few hours since Nokia unveiled the Lumia 800 to the world, however we have just come across the Vodafone UK pricing for this new Windows Phone 7 smartphone, we have to admit that the pricing options are pretty confusing – sometimes less is more.

Let’s start with 12 month contracts, if you only want to commit to 1 year with Vodafone there are four options. If 300 minutes, unlimited texts and 0.5GB of data per month interests you, you must pay £199.99 upfront and £36 each month. For the same deal with 600 minutes you must pay £139.00 up front and £41.00 each month, or if you want to bump this up to 900 minutes you pay £99.99 upfront and £46 per month. Finally you can pay £59 upfront and £51 per month for 1200 minutes, 0.75GB of data and unlimited texts.

As for 18 month contacts there are 8 options available to you. In our opinion the deal is one where you pay £41 per month, you don’t have to pay anything towards the smartphone and you get 600 minutes, unlimited and 0.5GB of date. You can see the other 18 month options below:

Finally there are lots of 24 month contacts on offer, the best deal in our opinion is one which you pay £38.50 for per month, you get the Lumia 800 for free and have unlimited texts, 800 minutes and 0.75GB of data to get through per month – you can see some other options below, interestingly some prices are cheaper if you buy the smartphone from the Carphone Warehouse.

You can pre-order your Nokia Lumia 800 from Vodafone here, but we don’t yet know exactly when it will hit he UK carrier, are you tempted by any of the prices?

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Written by Jamie Pert

Jamie has a background in computer repairs and maintenance along with network administration, he now enjoys utilizing the benefits of new technologies and enjoys writing about anything that brings new technology to the world.

He began writing for Product Reviews in mid 2009 and has since expanded his knowledge across a wide-base of devices, he is looking to get more hands-on experience with new devices to gain a better understanding of the latest and greatest technologies.


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