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Mobile phone: Nokia 2730 classic
RRP: $249
Online deal: Free on $19 cap over 24 months ($50 talk/text), first three months free access, $10 Messaging Value Pack (MVP) free for first 6 months.

Not all consumers are interested in a fully fledged smartphone, despite their increasing popularity. If you fall into this category, Optus has the answer — the telco is currently offering the Nokia 2730 classic mobile phone free when you sign up to the $19 cap over 24 months. This $19 cap is ideal for low volume users and provides $50 worth of calls and text per month. Online purchasers will receive the first three months free and will also get a $10 Messaging Value Pack (MVP) free for the first six months of the contract. The MVP includes 500 standard national SMS and/or MMS messages to any mobile network in Australia.

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