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A quick weekend Nokia 6101 phone deal…

September 10, 2006 in Nokia Phone Deals

A store called “Ritz Camera” (also known as “Wolf Camera”) is selling the Nokia 6101 prepaid for $50 – $50 rebate + $25 time card = $25 after rebate and after purchasing the time card.

Nokia 6101 phone

Grab the Nokia 6101 phone for $25 bucks after rebate.

The 6101 is under T-mobile’s prepaid service but it’s unlockable for use on Cingular also. Since it uses 850/1800/1900, you’ll be good anywhere in the USA. However, since it’s missing 900 you’ll probably be screwed if you decide to venture out into the world.

Actually, it seems as if the rebate is also good on the following other phones: Nokia 6010, Samsung CF-62T. The Nokia 6010 is a pretty good “practical” phone that you can bang around and still have it working like a charm. The voice quality/reception is fairly good too, on par with most other Nokia phones.

Link to Rebate Form
Ritz Camera Store Locator

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