Best tech bargains of the week: November 13

Grab yourself a bargain as we begin the countdown to Christmas with fantastic GPS, smart phone and TV deals, and much more!

Nokia 6710 Navigator smart phone


Save: $147 (with Optus' free access offer)

Nokia's 6710 Navigator is a commendable phone with excellent GPS capabilities. If GPS navigation is something that you'll make use of on a regular basis, yet you don’t want a touch screen phone, the 6710 Navigator is for you. The phone provides a solid and smooth navigation experience thanks to a combination of good hardware and well designed software. Optus is currently offering the 6710 Navigator for $0 up front on a $49 cap contract over 24 months. The real bargain though is in this exclusive offer: if you purchase the phone online with Optus, the access fees are free for the first three months. That’s a saving of $147 on a $49 cap plan. Hurry though, as the offer ends this weekend on 15 November, 2009!

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