Dell Starts Selling Unlocked Mobile Phones

Dell seems just as interested as anyone else in terms of the ultra-high-end mobile phone market. The world's second largest PC-maker is using its online store to sell Nokia mobile phones which are completely unlocked, meaning the devices will work with just about any GSM carrier in North America. Currently, Dell the following contract-less Nokia phones: Nokia E61 for $383.40, Nokia E61i for $423.77, Nokia N80 for $447.78 and Nokia N95 for $736.53. Dell's pricing on the phones is competitive with boutique vendors, but generally more expensive than the imported devices listed on eBay. However, since the phones are available through the Dell Small Business website, coupon codes and bulk purchasing will bring deep discounts for the prudent technophile. At this time, Dell does not carry any other brand of unlocked phones.

News source: DailyTech

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MightyJordan said,

Alienware, isn't it? Or I'm thinking of the best quality makers.


It is HP. Dell bought Alienware anyways.

MightyJordan said,

Alienware, isn't it? Or I'm thinking of the best quality makers.

You're thinking overpriced.

Over $700 for a phone? Why, god, why.

MightyJordan said,

Alienware, isn't it? Or I'm thinking of the best quality makers.

Alienware doesn't provide the best quality, they get their notebooks from the Clevo which is the same place Voodoo PC and many others. They are overpriced and some times poorly designed on their notebook end. Their desktop are quite nice, but still a bit overpriced.