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Get A Nokia 2610 For $6.99 Shipped (ATT refurbs)

November 14, 2008 in Nokia Phone Deals
Snag the Nokia 2610 for $6.99.

Snag the Nokia 2610 for $6.99.

Say hello to the recession with a refurb Nokia 2610, now $6.99 at AT&T’s GoPhone prepaid site. As usual, a few things to consider:

  • For current AT&T users, you don’t have to worry about unlocking it.
  • For non-AT&T users, you’ll need to unlock it, this page may help.
  • This phone is refurbished. It looks pretty darn new though.
  • Comes with starter airtime ($10?)
  • A very decent phone for the price.
  • It costs as much as an Extra Value Meal.
  • Makes a great stocking stuffer!

Seriously, it’s an excellent beater phone for the price. Unlocking may or may not be possible – the site I linked to above will provide codes, but remember: you have only five attempts to get it right. Fail to crack the code in the first five, and guess what – you’re out!

Link to $6.99 Nokia 2610 at AT&T

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