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Nokia Mobile Phones with Virgin Mobile Network

When you're looking for a mobile handset and a coverage network, you often look to the trusted brand names that have long established reputations. An example of a great combination would be Nokia mobile phones with Virgin Mobile network.

You may already have a SIM deal with Virgin Media and are looking for a Nokia handset. Whereas some mobile phones are unlocked to all networks, you'll find that many are restricted to just one. Those locked to the Virgin network will accept your Virgin sim card without issue.

Nokia mobile phones

Nokia is a huge name in the world of mobile handsets . Since its beginnings in 1865, the Finnish multinational company has made waves across many industries. After launching the world's first commercially available mobile phone in 1992 (the Nokia 1011).

Nowadays, there are many different Nokia handsets and models to choose from, in a variety of colours and styles. There are even remodelled versions of some of Nokia's best-loved handsets available. The Nokia 3210 (2000) was and still is very popular. These stay true to the brand's iconic designs, but incorporate elements of modern smartphone technology.

A number of Nokia smartphones are now on the market, along with their vast back catalogue of iconic handsets. Many of these will be unlocked or specifically for the Virgin network. All you will have to do is place your active sim in the handset and off you go.

Virgin mobile network

Established in 1999, Virgin Mobile is one of the UK's newer mobile network providers. As a subsidiary of the wider Virgin Media brand, it has the backing of a big multinational company and is able to provide customers with tariff deals as well as 4G connectivity.

Virgin Mobile SIM cards will only work in mobile phones that have been enabled for them or that are fully unlocked and able to take SIM cards from any network.

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