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Welcome to Mobile Phones. We have worked closely with the top manufacturers and network providers of mobile phones and services in the UK to come up with the best available deals, featured below.

If you are not sure what to look for, you give us your requirements and preferences, and our innovative Phone Finder search tool does the hard work of looking for and comparing models, features, networks and special offers. The result is recommendations suited to your needs in a flash.

Featured Offers

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Sony Ericsson K850i

  • FREE K850i.
  • On Mix & Match 300.
  • 300 FREE minutes.
  • 300 FREE texts.
  • £18.00 per month.

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T-Mobile

LG KF600

  • FREE LG KF600.
  • Available on Combi 25
  • 300 FREE minutes.
  • 300 FREE texts.
  • Only £25.00 per month.

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LG KU990 Viewty

  • FREE LG Viewty.
  • On Mix & Match 300.
  • 300 FREE minutes.
  • 300 FREE texts.
  • Only £22.00 per month.

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T-Mobile

LG Secret

  • FREE LG Secret.
  • 5 mega-pixel camera
  • Available on Combi 30
  • 600 FREE minutes.
  • Only £30.00 per month.

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Nokia N95 8GB

  • Nokia N95-8GB.
  • FREE on Mix & Match.
  • 300 FREE minutes.
  • 300 FREE texts.
  • Only £24.00 per month.

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Vodafone

Sony Ericsson W960i

  • FREE Sony W960i.
  • On Anytime 600.
  • 600 FREE minutes.
  • UNLIMITED texts.
  • Only £35.00 per month.

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T-Mobile

Samsung Soul

  • FREE Samsung Soul.
  • 5 Mega-Pixel Camera
  • Available on Combi 30
  • 600 FREE minutes.
  • Only £30.00 per month.

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Sony Ericsson W910i

  • Sony-Ericsson W910i.
  • FREE on Mix & Match
  • 300 FREE minutes.
  • 300 FREE texts.
  • Only £17.00 per month.

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T-Mobile

Samsung Tocco

  • FREE Samsung Tocco.
  • Available on Combi 35.
  • 800 FREE minutes.
  • UNLIMTED texts.
  • Only £35.00 per month.

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Phone Finder

Introducing the fast and hassle-free way to find the most suitable mobile phone for you; firstly answer the questions below, and let our Phone Finder software search our database for mobile phones to locate the handset that most precisely meet your needs.

Once you have found a mobile phone that you like the look of, read our review and see the shops where the mobile is available on the Internet, and what networks are available. Finally, click through to one of our trusted partner's websites and find the right deal for you.

Phone Finder

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Phone Type:
  standard phone flip phone slide phone rotating phone
Any Standard Flip Slide Rotate
Phone Features:
Any Video Bluetooth MP3 Player MP3 Ringtones
    MMS Java Games FM Radio GPRS
    Email Internet 3G Flash Memory
    PC Sync Smart Phone WiFi    
Coverage:
Any Dual Tri Quad
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Mobile Phones News

Nokia unveils 5800 XpressMusic

Nokia unveils 5800 XpressMusic

All people share a similarity in their universal connection with music, so says Nokia on the launch of its new 5800 XpressMusic handset.The mobile phone manufacturer’s latest devise claims to offer users a total music experience, with an 8GB memory, easy synchronisation and loud and powerful speakers.A drop-down media bar provides users with access to music, their favourite pictures or videos...
Friday, 3rd October 2008 - full story

High-resolution camera phones 'will become the benchmark'

High-resolution camera phones 'will become the benchmark'

Mobile phones with eight-megapixel cameras could soon become commonplace, a market expert has predicted.LG recently announced its new KC910 phone would have such a camera, while Samsung has unveiled two handsets with the same feature - the i8510 and M8800 Pixon.The manufacturers have understandably made a lot of the advancement in camera technology they can now offer to customers, but Thomas Newto...
Friday, 3rd October 2008 - full story

Microsoft 'not worried' about Google Android

Microsoft 'not worried' about Google Android

Microsoft has little to fear from recent entrants to the smartphone market, according to the software giant's chief executive Steve Ballmer.Google unveiled its long-awaited open source Android operating system last month when the T-Mobile G1 handset was launched. Reaction to the technology has been mixed and Mr Ballmer made it clear he was far from impressed."You've got to remember Android is vers...
Thursday, 2nd October 2008 - full story


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