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Nokia O2 Mobile Phone

Nokia was once the world's most successful mobile phone producer and there are still many different models of Nokia mobile and smartphones to choose from. Mobile phones are often locked to network operators and a Nokia O2 mobile phone is locked to the O2 network. This means it cannot be used with mobile phone SIM cards from any other network operators. There are many choices of functionality and specifications when it comes to choosing a Nokia mobile phone.

Nokia O2 locked smartphones

O2 is a leading mobile phone service provider that also supplies the mobile network services that Tesco Mobile uses. Tesco has an O2 Mobile Virtual Network. This means it does not have its own network but instead uses the network of O2. Some O2 locked Nokia phones will work with Tesco SIM cards. However it is always best to check if this is the case before choosing any particular mobile or smartphone.

O2 network Nokia smartphones

Finnish multinational communications and information technology company Nokia was once a pioneer of mobile phone technology, such as GSM and LTE standards, and produced groundbreaking handsets.

Nokia smartphones primarily use Microsoft's Windows operating system. Nokia O2 mobile phones with Windows Phone 8 include the Nokia Lumia, Nokia X and Nokia Ashes. In early 2017 a range of Nokia smartphones that use Google Android operating system were announced.

O2 locked Nokia mobile phones

The O2 network offers customers both pay as you go and contract SIM only deals and these include coverage on both 3G and 4G networks.

Fully functioning Nokia mobile and smartphones on O2 are able to offer good network connectivity. Some Nokia phones can be unlocked for free and some handsets will incur a charge for this service. More information on unlocking O2 SIM cards can be found by following the network provider's instructions.

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