Unlocked Nokia X6 in black or yellow can be fetched for $260 with free shipping

Unlocked Nokia X6 in black or yellow can be fetched for $260 with free shipping
US consumers still continue to see high-end Nokia smartphones bypass any carrier deals here to reduce its price of ownership dramatically to the point that they won't have to spend a fortune on it. However, there are a decent chunk of devices that follow the path of being offered directly from the manufacturer's web site, but they still tend to sport a premium cost attached to them. Sure there are some online retailers out there that are making the Nokia Nuron 5230 for T-Mobile extremely affordable, but it still pales in comparison to the heavy hitters on Nokia's lineup. Dell's Small Business web site is no stranger when it comes to offering some stellar deals on unlocked Nokia smartphones – just like what we've seen in the past with the Nokia N97 and N97 mini. This time around an unlocked Nokia X6 with its 16GB of internal storage is being made available for purchase at a reasonable price of $260. Not only do you get to choose from either the yellow or black colored models, but they're also throwing in shipping for free – meaning that the only thing you'll have to pay for is the device itself and any associated tax for it. You'll have to use the promotional code 24GS3XQ0L5QX10 during the checkout process to shave an additional amount of money to get it down to $260. Now the best part about it is just the fact that there are no contracts required with this – so you'd better hurry before this deal expires!

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source: Dell Small Business via SlickDeals


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