The revamped Nokia 3310 is finally available to buy, putting beloved features from the original iconic 90s phone inside a colourful new packaging for nostalgic tech lovers. And yes – by ‘beloved features’, we do mean Snake.
If you’re after the best Nokia 3310 deals around, this is where you’ll find them. We’ll update this page with the latest bargain deals on the Nokia 3310, including both Pay as You Go and Pay Monthly deals from the major networks and retailers stocking the phone. See below for the latest Nokia 3310 deals.
Want to find out more? Here’s our full Nokia 3310 review
Best Nokia 3310 Deals
The Nokia 3310 only went on sale today, and it looks like availability will be limited in the early days of its release thanks to sheer demand. At the moment, there are only a select few mobile networks and online retailers offering deals on the phone, but Londoners can grab it in store at Vodafone White city in Shepherd’s Bush, and Oxford Street Experience.
Nokia 3310 | Vodafone | Pay as You Go | £39
Vodafone is offering a number of Big Value deals on the Nokia 3310, starting at £10 per month for 500MB of 4G data, 150 minutes and unlimited texts. The priciest Big Value deal at £35 per month gives you an additional 12GB of data.
Nokia 3310 | Carphone Warehouse | Pay as You Go | £39
Carphone Warehouse jumped in early to announce it will be stocking the 3310, but at the moment you can only sign up to register your interest – unless you happen to be passing by its Oxford Street store in London.
Nokia 3310 | EE | Pay as You Go | £39
EE is the only other UK network aside from Vodafone offering deals on the Nokia 3310, but it’s still only gathering details from people interested. You’ll can click the link below to sign up and be the first to hear when EE deals are available.
What is the new Nokia 3310?
The original phone’s high-tech makeover includes a 2.4-inch colour screen, Bluetooth, and a bright casing available in yellow and orange. Snake has had a touch of paint added, too, along with the somewhat controversial new feature of being able to move diagonally.
Elsewhere, not much has changed. There’s no Wi-Fi or 4G, so you can forget about Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat. Instead, you get good old SMS text messaging, a phonebook for your friends’ numbers, and a gallery ‘app’ for storing photos from the 3310’s new 2MP camera.
There’s a rudimentary browser, but it only runs on a 2.5G network, so you’ll likely only use it when you’re in serious need of a spot of internet.
Unless you’re seeking the ultimate detox from apps and the internet, the new Nokia 3310 probably won’t be your main phone. But it will make a brilliant second phone for emergencies, festivals, holidays, or simply a novelty low-tech phone for occasional use.
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