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Nokia will begin selling its Qwerty keyboard equipped C3 phone on 18 June, the handset giant said today.

The C3 was made, Nokia said, with social networking in mind, so it's ready for Twitbook users to scrawl on their walls when they're on the move.

Nokia C3

The C3 sports Wi-Fi, a 2.4in colour screen and a 2Mp camera. There's no 3G connectivity.

Nokia will sell you the C3 Sim-free for £109 if you order one now, or £119 if you wait until it ships first.

Vodafone will get the handset on 22 June, with O2, Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4U getting it in August. ®

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